The Solarize Dahlia counted cross stitch pattern set will bring a touch of modern vibrance into any decor with their vivid cool tones. This set consists of four patterns, which can be stitched individually or on one larger piece of fabric to create one image. This pattern is full stitches only, with no back stitch. These counted cross stitch patterns are great for beginners as they are small, but also are a fun stitching project for more experienced stitchers. The set is a PDF download, so you can get started on your newest project straight away!
This set includes a full DMC colour key, colour preview and thread sorter. It also includes black and white and colour versions of each panel, all of which are one-page patterns to enable them to be easily used on digital devices. A layout chart for all four panels is also included.
Models stitched on 14 count white Aida with DMC embroidery floss.
Please note: This is a digital PDF pattern only, not a printed pattern that will be shipped in the mail. It is not a kit or a finished product. You will be sent a download link when your payment has been processed. Any up-to-date PDF reader (for example Preview on a Mac, GoodReader on iOS, or Adobe Reader on a Mac or PC) will be able to read the patterns, or they can be printed for ease of use.
Inspired by folkart and rustic farmhouse colours, the Happy Holidays, Deer cross stitch pattern is perfect if you want to have one piece of Christmas decor that won’t make your grandmother facepalm. Because nothing says the holidays like a wild animal festooned with ornaments … 😂
As seen in Issue 14 of XStitch Magazine. Please note the magazine stitched model is using 2mm gold bugle beads in lieu of the French knots in the pattern.
The ethereal Imagine cross stitch pattern brings to life the mysterious nature of this gorgeous Luna moth. The Luna moth is so-named because of the crescent moon shapes on its wings, and it symbolizes new beginnings, and delving into the mysterious to bring knowledge and truth to light. Featuring beautiful soft greens, purples, and corals, the delicate nature of this cross stitch pattern is enhanced by backstitch and some French knots for texture. For a more moody vibe, this pattern can be stitched on a darker fabric, as shown in the photo gallery. Based on an original illustration by Dana Batho, and as seen in Issue 20 (Mystery) of XStitch Magazine.
Now that people are starting to return to their offices or are oh-so-over endless Zoom calls, now might be a great time to jazz up your workstation so you can tell your coworkers exactly where they need to go with their “great” idea… 😂 Based on an original watercolour painting, the Get Bent cross stitch pattern is the perfect mix of sweet and sassy. As seen in Issue 18 of XStitch Magazine.
Nicole (verified owner) –
Working on the first square, but absolutely loving it so far! The pattern is very easy to follow and looks amazing!
Dana Batho –
Awesome, so glad you’re loving it Nicole! 🙂
Christine Tupper (verified owner) –
Just finished the first 1/4 square. This was my second ever cross stitch project so I’d say this is probably a fairly easy to follow pattern. I enjoyed it a lot and will enjoy it even more now that it’s done!
Stephanie Harris –
Very detailed, yet easy to follow pattern.