You can add optional ribbon embellishments as shown for a longer tail bookmark, or maybe attach to a single piece of long ribbon or felt.
Check it out for yourself on the Gazette94 blog.
There are some different color examples shown, but you could grab pretty much any color from your stash and just start stitching.
When you click through to get the pattern at http://free-cross-stitch.rucniprace.cz/bookmarks-cross-stitch.php, you'll find there are actually eight bookmark patterns available free on the page. This one was just my favorite of the bunch :) Happy … [Continue reading]
This cute little birdy is one of many available over at BirdCrossStitch.com You'll find lots of winged friends, including birds and butterflies. Get this free pattern by clicking here to go to the Bird Cross Stitch website. … [Continue reading]
Cuteness alert! + morning caffeine ~ this pattern has everything a girl needs to get through a rough weekday morning. Check out the Hugs are Fun blog and grab this adorable free pattern at http://hugsarefun.com/free-pattern-friday-tea-love/. … [Continue reading]
This is just one of several free cross stitch patterns that Nancy has available on her website. You can find this one directly by clicking here. Happy Stitching … [Continue reading]
This cute little flamingo can be used for a cross stitch project or a Perler bead project. Pattern comes from Sarajessica at Cross Me Not and can be found at http://crossmenot.blogspot.com/2011/09/kitschy-flamingo.html Happy Stitching … [Continue reading]
Cute little skeleton freebie downloadable from http://aliolka.blogspot.com Note: This blog is not in English, but if you're using Google Chrome or Firefox browsers, you can toggle the translation on to read the posts. There are a few other cute … [Continue reading]
Cute little pumpkin all ready for halloween with a purple witch hat and a spooky spider. Measures about measures 4.5x4" and is charted for DMC threads. This pattern comes free from Crafts by Starlight, designed by Esther Leavitt. … [Continue reading]
The Dear Jane pattern comes in five parts. Yes, I said five, that's not a typo. It's a labor of love to stitch, but the results are worth every second. Traditionally stitched inlovely reds as shown, but can certainly be stitched in any color you … [Continue reading]