Autumn Harvest Corner Pattern

This little corner pattern from Cross Stitch & Needlework is perfect for your Thanksgiving table setting or just for Autumn in general.


The example is stitched on a bread cloth, but there are lots of possibilities for stitching this corner design on things like hand towels, napkins, placemats, even the tablecloth corners. Get creative and have fun with it 🙂

Find the pattern PDF directly [here] or visit their freebies page [here] and find it in the top row of available designs.

Enjoy & Happy Stitching!

Autumn Tree from Country Living

The Autumn season is my favorite for so many reasons, one of them being the beautiful changes in nature. I love the colors, the changes, the smells, and all things Autumn.

This beautiful seasonal tree pattern from Country Living can be found on their free patterns page [here].

Enjoy & Happy Stitching!

Give Thanks from Plaid Online

Give Thanks free cross stitch pattern from PlaidOnline

source: PlaidOnline

I’ve noticed there aren’t as many Thanksgiving patterns as there are Halloween and Christmas patterns out there… poor neglected Thanksgiving. It’s actually my favorite holiday (shh, don’t tell Halloween that I said that)

This cute little Give Thanks freebie comes from Plaid Online and you can find the download and details on their site [here].

Enjoy & Happy Stitching!

Just a Little Autumn

This cute little Autumn freebie from San-Man Originals is available over at CyberStitchers.

This fun little block could be worked into so many different things. I think it would be fun as the center of a quilt block or pillow / cushion design.

Happy Stitching!

Autumn Blackwork Cat

This lovely cat design comes from Kitty & Me Designs by Pamela Kellogg.

Super cute and yet elegant at the same time. That’s what I love about blackwork stitching, it looks fancy sometimes but it’s so relaxing and soothing to stitch up.

Get the downloadable pattern over at the Kitty & Me Designs blog.

Enjoy & Happy Stitching!

Halloween Topiary

Halloween Topiary free cross stitch pattern from DMC

source: DMC-usa.com

This design incorporates a few different DMC threads, the Satin floss and the glow-in-the-dark floss add really nice touches to the Halloween Topiary.

Get the free pattern here.

Enjoy & Happy Stitching 🙂