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Thursday, December 18, 2014

Merry Christmas!

Free cross-stitch patterns
This pattern with holy branch was elaborated just to wish everybody a very Merry Christmas. Nevertheless it remains a cross-stitch pattern and you can download it freely and have it embroidered. You can also wish others a Merry Christmas presenting the realized pattern to your friends and relatives.

Sunday, November 30, 2014

Cheshire Cat

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Cheshire Cat is one of the most famous characters of the Lewis Carroll's novel “Alice's Adventures in Wonderland”. It is widely known for its mischievous grin that remains visible even when its body disappears. Yes, I’d say that appearing and disappearing is its favorite pastime especially when these tricks create confusion and embarrassments.

Monday, September 1, 2014

King Julien

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This cross-stitch pattern of handsome and energetic lemur from Madagascar (computer-animated comedy film produced by DreamWorks Animation), known as King Julien, Lord of the Lemurs, was created for Päivi and is absolutely free. Download links are at the end of the post.

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Happy Mommy’s Day

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Do you think that I’m a bit late with my post? Well, maybe you are right. But I think this is just the right time to begin cross-stitching an original greeting for your mom and finish it without a hurry ))))).
Happy Mother’s Day to moms all over the world!!!

Sunday, August 3, 2014

Sweet Dreams, Honey

Free cross-stitch patternsThis time Winnie the Pooh from Disney’s celebrated cartoon wishes “Good night” and “Sweet dreams” to you child.
The pattern Sweet Dreams, Honey” is realized in full cross-stitches and it won’t be very difficult to embroider it, though some experience is recommended due to a number of colors used and a larger design area.

Saturday, July 5, 2014

Cat Figaro

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Notwithstanding that at the first time we met Figaro as a supporting character in Disney’s film Pinocchio, he became very popular with the audience of all ages and continued to appear in other cartoon shorts.

Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Baby Simba patterns

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Upon Kayla’s request I’ve elaborated some patterns of Baby Simba from Disney’s “The Lion King”. They are quite small (nearly 50 x 50 stitches each) but require some experience to be realized as there are back stitches used.

Monday, June 30, 2014

Daniel Tiger

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Daniel Tiger is a main character from engaging animated series for children Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood. This pattern requires some experience due to presence of backstitches and blended colors. The technique of blending or mixing threads is explained below.

Thursday, June 26, 2014

Mechanical Friends

Free cross-stitch patterns The pattern Mechanical Friends I’d like to share today was designed for Mary Ann. But I think that these cute truck and car can become real friends for kids all over the world as well. Furthermore the pattern is rather simple and even a child is able to realize it.

Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Hamm the Piglet

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Hamm is a know-it-all piggy coin bank from the Pixar’s Toy Story. I’ve chosen royal blue as a background only to make white backstitches more visible. And surely you may experiment with colors))) though a bit of experience will be needed to realize it.

Saturday, June 7, 2014

Spike and Elizabeth

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The “Spike and Elizabeth” pattern was designed for Mariam and as I’ve promised it’s absolutely free. The image was borrowed from the site Deviantart.
I was constrained to make the pattern a bit larger (86x90 stitches instead of “up to 50 stitches”) as there is a great difference in the size of the two characters and it would be impossible to realize a dog in full cross-stitches only.

Thursday, May 29, 2014

Rafiki’s Drawing of Simba

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Rafiki’s Simba is a very simple but not less popular stylized lion cub design from Disney's "The Lion King" made by old baboon Rafiki on his tree house to commemorate Simba’s birth.
The cross-stitch pattern I’ve created on the basis of this drawing is very simple to realize as well. Rafiki’s Simba pattern doesn’t need much experience, time and efforts.

Monday, March 17, 2014

Forget-Me-Nots Pin Cushion

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I’m absolutely sure that everyone knows tiny light-blue flowers blooming in spring in wetlands and along riverbanks. These are forget-me-nots, flowers that for centuries provided inspiration for poets, writers, and artists.