I love the idea of style and function. What better way to show off your handy work then with a cross stitched phone cover. There are so many patterns out there and the
Love to stitch and support a good cause? The wonderful people at Letters Great and Small are selling two patterns to help animals, one for cat lovers and one for puppy people, with 100% of the proceeds going to animal shelters/rescue.
This March hare is just crazy…crazy cute! Hancock’s House of Happy offers up this delightful free bunny pattern for you to stitch up. This is just one of many free patterns on the site. She also has a great Etsy
Have you ever cross stitched on pegboard? I have always wanted to try. I would love to have a poster size cross stitch for my craft room wall. Alison from Dream a Little Bigger gives step-by-step instructions how how
Stacey at Fearn Abbey Needleworks has posted a sweet Valentine freebie and shows it on two different ground fabrics in her blog. It is shown here on the black fabric. It looks beautiful on either choice – although it looks
Les Chroniques de Frimousse often posts free patterns that show a little slice of life scene. In this case a mother is shampooing her child’s hair. This chart would make a great addition to a powder room. It is done
Embroiderbee posts the most detailed freebies. This friendship sampler is one of the most detailed I have seen. As always though, you could stitch elements of the sampler as smaller projects. Get the free chart.
Make it Coats has a simple tutorial that shows how to make a hanging heart that will be perfect for a Valentine’s keepsake or card. Not only is there a free pattern pdf, but there is also a brief video