It’s bunny time again! Here is a sweet little Easter pattern FREE to download!
Just RIGHT CLICK on the image, and SAVE AS to save it onto your desktop. It will open in Adobe reader.
I’ve been loving Raccoons lately. They are showing up in trendy fabrics on Spoonflower, artsy illustrations, or if you’re looking for a stitchy project- check out my own Raccoon with Red Chevron Cross Stitch Pattern. Here’s a sampling of some original raccoon-y things for you to be inspired by (I know I was…heehee)Scamper Raccoon by Birch Fabrics 2. Raccoon Family Portrait by papersparrow 3. R is for Raccoon by Kirstie Edmunds 4. Raccoon Male Print by Berkley Illustration
And now for the free pattern! It’s a cute raccoon with a little heart. Valentine’s Day is just around the corner…and this might work as a card? A little framed gift? Or read my tutorial on block-mounting your finished x-stitch onto canvas!
Click here to download this pattern for FREE.
I hope everyone had a wonderful Halloween!
Here’s a little Christmas pattern I whipped up for you. The inspiration came from some cute winter jammies that I bought for my daughter recently, and the print was snowman and penguin friends. They were so cute, they needed to become a little cross stitch pattern!
Just click on this link to download the pattern.
One of the things that I find fascinating about cross stitching is the long history it has in most cultures. As a nod to folkart, here is a pattern by Tiny Modernist based on a traditional Russian Folk Pattern.
Click here to download it for free.
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To celebrate our brand new website, we’re offering a FREE Retro Sun cross stitch pattern. Original to Tiny Modernist- it’s hand drawn and stitched up to make sure it works perfectly.
Click here to download it for FREE!
Plus, head over to our website and choose from over 50 original patterns available only through Tiny Modernist.