Are you sick of people-ing and your patience is wearing oh-so-thin? Help yourself cope with the daily grind with the demotivational Thin Patience cross stitch pattern. Stab away your frustrations with this simple but poignant pattern, it’s even only using full stitches so your very thin patience doesn’t snap while you’re trying to relax and unwind.
If you love the Thin Patience pattern, you may also love these wonderful t-shirts by the very talented Suzy Swede with the Adulting 101 collection! Check out baseball shirts, ladies and unisex t-shirts, and tote bags available with this fun design.
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.
Pants, the bane of most working adults, having to wear “work appropriate” pants for the majority of their day… But home is your safe haven, where you can cast aside those office trousers or uniform pants, and lounge in your jammies for the rest of the day. The No Pants cross stitch pattern is an uplifting reminder of the sanctity of a no-pants zone, and that you are completely normal for wanting to get those suckers off the moment you walk through the door. Curl up in your jammies and relax by stabbing away at the pretty No Pants cross stitch pattern.
Are you drowning in a sea of stress and the daily grind is getting to you? Well here’s the perfect solution! The Maybe Wine Will Help fun cross stitch pattern will not only get your creative juices going, it will make you chuckle every time you look at it. Burn that stress away with this vintage-inspired pattern featuring a simply elegant wreath of gorgeous roses. This pattern is also available with the with the Stitch & Drink Wine cross stitch pattern in the Drink Wine cross stitch pattern set.
I’m sure you’ve had those moments where something so insanely stupid comes up and you’re like “I can’t even… I just literally cannot even…”… The One to Even cross stitch pattern is a cheeky reminder that it’s ok to not be able to “even,” and that your energy and time is likely better spent elsewhere. This simple cross stitch pattern also uses only full stitches, so if your inability to even extends to backstitch, you’re all good with this pattern my friend…
Eva (verified owner) –
Easy pattern to follow. This I’m going to keep myself.
Dana Batho –
Ahahah awesome, glad you’re happy with how it came out Eva! 🙂