On a sunny Summer Saturday, what a better way to enjoy it than by stitching up a cute little watermelon from Sara Jessica at Cross Me Not. Unfortunately it is not a sunny Summer Saturday here at my house, it
This freebie from Brigitte Dadau is a repeating motif that puts me in mind of a shamrock. And no, it’s not just because the chart is presented in green. It’s because the motif that repeats has three points. Patterns like
Kooler Design Studio has a deal for you. This week they are featuring their Americana designs at 50% off. So stock on on their red-white-and blue pdf designs and kits and get stitching to show your USA spirit off today.
Echevette shares a recent finish from a freebie she found on another French blog, Chalet des Pérelles. I just love how she staged the cherry-themed project in a cherry tree to photograph it. Learn more about her project including the
Brigitte Dadaux shares folk-style motifs quite often and this one puts me in mind of thistles. It looks like an early colonial motif to me. I think it is supposed to be a French folk motif though, but folk motifs
Dragons are a popular motif. The designs available range from cutesy to traditions. This one is a Chinese-style dragon. This particular chart is free from Yiota’s Cross Stitch. I found it via Freebie Gallery. If you haven’t check out this
This lovely lady is the latest release from Cross Stitching Art. While many of the patterns and projects we feature here at Craft Gossip are free, this one is available for purchase from the main website at Cross Stitching Art.
This chart from Brigitte Dadaux is inspired by an artwork by Carl Moser. It is nautical in theme and will make a lovely addition to any home’s decor. I think the muted colors are especially lovely. Get the free chart.
Sara Jessica of Cross Me Not has a talent for taking the everyday items of life and making cute little cross stitch patterns from them. In this case, she took toast and whipped it up into a sweet little chart
This is a cute free chart that has a pear theme and is also pear-shaped. Isn’t that nice? I found it via Freebie Gallery which is a great blog to follow if you are interested in finding free charts and