Jane Bostocke Strawberries

With a size of 58 x 58 stitches, it could be used in so many ways! A sachet, an ornament, a biscornu, a box like the one shown.

This cute little reproduction sampler is available at DragonBear.com.

Have some fun and stitch up some strawberries ~ Enjoy & Happy Stitching! 🙂

Chic Witch

Stylish witchy shoes, ready to work some magic this Halloween.

This fun freebie is from the La Comtesse & Le Point de Croix blog.
Google can translate the page for you when you get there 😉

Candy Bat Happy Halloween

This cute little bat is flapping in to deliver the Halloween candy…

happy halloween free cross stitch pattern

source: Craftown.com

You’ll find the pattern at Craftown.com, designed by Crafts by Starlight, and downloadable in two parts plus a separate floss legend.

Enjoy & Happy Stitching!

Panda Heart

free panda heart cross stitch pattern

source: Craftsy

This cute little guy holding a heart was created by Helena Kovalchuk and is free to download on Craftsy.

Perfect for any level stitcher and makes an excellent beginner project with only two colors and all whole cross stitches.

Enjoy & Happy Stitching!

Every Book is a TARDIS

Doctor Who themed bookmark pattern by Erika Glover A beginner level bookmark project perfect for any Doctor Who fan that loves to read.

every book is a TARDIS bookmark stitched [photo]

source: Craftsy.com


… because it transports you through time and space to another world
and it’s bigger on the inside 😉

The perfect stitching project for your binge watching marathon weekend, you’ll find all the details for downloading this free Doctor Who bookmark over on Craftsy.

Enjoy & happy stitching!

Always Some Madness in Love

A free cross stitch pattern of the popular Friedrich Nietzsche quote…

This pattern is available both on the Stitching the Night Away website and on Craftsy.

Enjoy & Happy Stitching!

Patriotic Owl USA

This little owl from Alita Designs is all dressed up in red, white, and blue and full of patriotic glory.

I love the lines on this one, almost like a ribbon but still a beautiful owl. Of course, combining two of my favorite themes to stitch in the Spring and Summer, owls and patriotic designs.

You can get the free cross stitch pattern at http://alitadesigns.com/?p=337.

Enjoy & Happy Stitching!


Patchwork Butterfly from DMC

I spotted this colorful patchwork butterfly on DMC’s Commonthread website.

This is a beginner level project with all full stitches, so don’t be fooled or intimidated by all those colors 😉

You’ll find the pattern [here] on the Commonthread website as a PDF to download.

Enjoy & Happy Stitching!

Cute Needleroll from Stitch-Creations

This is a cute little mini needleroll design from Stitch-Creations.

You’ll find the pattern [here] and the directions for sewing and finishing the needleroll [here].

If you’re using Google Chrome as your browser you can right click and translate the pages to English as needed.

Enjoy and Happy Stitching!

Travel Through Europe Free Pattern SAL from DMC

Here’s a cute free SAL created by DMC Europe. Each month will feature a different European city: Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Moscow, London, Brussels, Berlin, Paris, Bern, Vienna, Lisbon, Madrid and Rome.

I used Google Translate to translate the page. The pattern is 155 x 220 stitches in size. You’ll find a link near the end of the blog post that has the word subscribe in it, you’ll want to click on that to subscribe to receive the first part of the pattern.

The first pattern comes by email with a subject line of :
Viagem pela Europa: 1º esquema “Amesterdão”

The pattern is actually embedded in the email (not an attachment) so you might need to check a box to turn images on inside your email program. Then they are releasing the following patterns on the blog and you’ll receive an email from them when they’re added to the site.

The second part, Copenhagen, is on the blog for February [here].

Enjoy & Happy Stitching!