- 100 stitches wide by 100 stitches high
- 7″ wide by 7″ high on 14 count
- Full stitches, backstitch, and fractional stitches (filling in the letters)
- 5 DMC colours, 1 colour Mill Hill beads
- Full colour chart includes DMC colour key, colour preview and thread sorter
- Includes full black and white pattern
- Includes one-page pattern for digital devices
- Optional free “How To Stitch” guide available at checkout
- Tutorial for how to add beads to your cross stitch project available here
- Tutorial for how to do fractional stitches available here
- Dozens of tutorial videos available at Peacock & Fig’s YouTube channel
Wedding Nights Cross Stitch Pattern
If you’ve ever wondered what to take to a bridal shower, then maybe this sassy marriage cross stitch pattern will be just what you’re looking for! The Wedding Nights cross stitch pattern features beautiful soft tones of greys, white and baby blue. These pretty tones complement any decor, and the delicate white beading adds a lovely texture to the corset. This pattern features an elegantly sassy phrase, which is guaranteed to generate a laugh. 1577 is one date recorded for corsets starting to be worn as common practice, and they were a feature of extravagant Tudor-era garments. This dainty pattern makes a unique bridal shower or wedding gift, and is perfect for the bride who has everything or is difficult to shop for. Add a little elegant sass to your decor or next gift with the Wedding Nights cross stitch pattern.
Model stitched on 25 count Zweigart Lugana (618 Moss Celadon).
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.
Ocean Fire Cross Stitch Pattern
Do you swoon when you see classical art, and have always wanted to create your own version? The Ocean Fire cross stitch pattern is inspired by Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel ceiling. This Michelangelo stitching pattern features vibrant teals, vivid reds, and contrasting oranges. This pattern is one of five in the Sistine Series, which is based on original oil paintings inspired by Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel ceiling. This stunning Michelangelo needlework will add vibrancy and elegance to your home for years to come.
Blue Dahlia Cross Stitch Pattern
Add calming yet energizing blues and purples to your home with the Blue Dahlia counted cross stitch chart. Based on the lower right panel of the Solarize Dahlia set, this full-size pattern will enrich your home with its delightful bloom for years to come! This counted cross stitch chart is even good for beginners as it features only full stitches and a limited colour palette. Bring the colours of the sea and sky into your home today with the Blue Dahlia pattern.
Expansion Pack Cross Stitch Pattern
Creating your own unique hand stitched items just got easier! Get your patterned groove on with this geometric cross stitch pattern set! By using this surface pattern expansion pack, you can customize any of your Peacock & Fig items. Do you adore the business card holder but want it in a houndstooth pattern? No problem. Do you wish you could make the glasses case in a plaid-inspired pattern? You’ve got it. With full page patterns of three classic surface patterns — houndstooth, plaid, and mosaic tile — you can customize any of the Peacock & Fig items to suit your decor and your personal sense of style. Instructions are given in the pattern as to how to use each surface pattern with your existing Peacock & Fig pattern. These additional surface patterns are great if you want to make multiple items as gifts for family and friends, and also are fantastic ways to use up all those little bits of leftover floss from other projects. Let your imagination run wild and expand your Adorned Life collection with this geometric cross stitch expansion pack.