I would love to find this little Easter egg in my basket on Easter morning. What a fun pattern to stitch up! I love all the color and the different stitches.

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Okay, I’ll admit it, I’m not sure if this is a fluffy Easter Bunny but his little butt is a fluff ball of cuteness and that is just right with me. This little

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I love the way cross stitch looks on linen. It just looks so soft and sweet to me. It reminds me of a spring day.  Sew Sweet Violet created a

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vintage cross stich chart 2










Spring is in the air and that means pretty new dresses.  Thanks to Sew Simple Dress you can stitch up this fashion plate for free. This pattern is just one in

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Have you ever played the game Oregon Trail? If you have, I’m sure that you, like millions of other players, have died of dysentery. Did anyone ever actually survive? ActsofCraftiness at Craftster.org stitched up the homage to the Oregon

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This mini sampler from Frimousse is an update to her 2007 sampler. The chicken as a 2 is killing me. What a clever idea! I love the rustic colors in this pattern. It doesn’t have to be stitched up just

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Oh Mr. Easter Bunny…why do you have to be so cute? I just love your little vest. You are just too fancy! If you want to stitch this little hopper up, head on over to Kitschy Designs and download

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The Snowflower Diaries are celebrating their first blogiversary. As a big thank you they have created this free Happy Spring pattern for you to stitch up. The bunny’s little dress

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Spring bring flowers and flowers bring pollen which brings on the sneezes. You just don’t want to pull out a tissue from a plastic wrapper, you need some style, some pizzazz. Chez-mamigoz.com

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I have always wanted to try cross stitching Easter eggs. It can be a bit of a process, but the end result is a beautiful keepsake.  Tutsplus.com has possibly one of the best tutorials I have found on the

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