Quiet Please, Stitcher at Work

This free pattern from Needleprint speaks for itself and we’ve probably all had moments where we wish we had a sign on display.
(Seriously, don’t interrupt my counting and stitching process.)

Quiet Please, Stitcher at Work, a free cross stitch pattern from Needleprint

source: Needleprint

You’ll find the pattern [here]. Take a few minutes to browse the blog while you’re there, you’ll find some really beautiful samplers.

Happy stitching!

Americana Sampler Flag

This cute little sampler style flag is a free pattern from Jean Farish at Just One More Stitch. You’ll find the pattern download on her website [here].

More pretty things by Jean:
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Enjoy & Happy Stitching!

Patty Dovecoat Sampler

This cute little sampler is a free gift pattern from Kathy Barrick and is shared on her blog [here].

This could be a good scrap-buster project to use up some leftover sampler threads from your stash.

You’ll find more designs from Kathy on Etsy.

Enjoy & Happy Stitching!

Fun Free Sampler Stitch Along to Join!

Connie has been working on a fun mystery sampler stitch along pattern. I finally got my own fabric picked out for this and I’ll be joining in on the stitching activities after the kids go back to school. The image here is of the borders, and the block fills are the mystery 😉

You can find all the information on the Connie Gee’s Designs website where she has set up a special page with all the stitch along info and download informatio at http://www.conniegeedesigns.com/2015-2016-sal.html ~ The first two diamonds are already available along with the border design.

Happy Stitching!

Star-Spangled Happiness Sampler

Red, white, and blue, some stars and some swirls, just a quick and easy sampler to stitch up when you’re feeling particularly patriotic.

Available free at Stitching the Night Away (click here)

Enjoy & Happy Stitching!

I Love You Alphabet Ornament

I found this cute little alphabet sampler ornament on Pinterest last year and I’ve stitched it up twice now. It’s a great design and a super quick stitch, so it makes for a perfect last minute gift.

I think the next one I do, I’ll add beads for the I <3 U part so it stands out even more. The pattern has both lower case and upper case alphabets, you can stitch just one or stitch both and have one on each side of the ornament. Pattern is available PosyCollection.com

Happy Ornament Making!

Adorable Quaker 2010 Pattern from Gazette94

I was honestly surprised when I found out this adorable pattern is a freebie. So much cuteness and I love a good quaker pattern.

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.

Dear Jane Free Cross Stitch Sampler

The Dear Jane pattern, based on the popular quilt pattern, comes in five parts. Yes, I said five, that’s not a typo. Each of those five parts is broken into four smaller chart sections, for 20 parts total.

The full pattern stitch count is 695 x 695. (Use the handy dandy fabric calculator to figure out what size fabric you’ll need depending on stitch count) 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 prefer.

Get the pattern at http://www.aufildemartine.fr/ and get started on your own Dear Jane project today.