There are only so many hours in a day and sometimes not enough time to make all those fabulous cross stitch and needlepoint projects. Below are the cross stitch charts and needlepoint designs I have designed and created. Some are free and others you can have for less than the price of a cup of coffee. I hope you enjoy stitching the designs.

To access the charts all you need to do is click on the underlined headings.

Halloween Pumpkin

Quick and easy pumpkin for the kids to stitch in time for Halloween.

Cross stitch spool and Needle book

Bright Flower

Small cross stitch flower stitched on 28 count Linen, Lovely for a greeting card or to decorate a napkin. Click on the link above for chart on the blog.

crossstitchflower 

Christmas Tree napkin/serviette - Sweet serviette for Christmas stitched on green gingham fabric (gingham is my favourite) using waste canvas.  Easy to make and quick to stitch.  Perhaps for next Christmas?

Christmas gift tag featuring the word “Hope” Quick and easy to make using 28ct Natural Linen this Christmas cross stitch gift tag is a lovely idea to decorate that special Christmas present. Click “Here” for details.

 

Home Sweet Home This sweet “Home Sweet Home” cross stitch design was used to make a sweet table runner for the kitchen table. This was an experimental design. Next time the design will be made larger considering the size of the fabric it adorned. Lesson learnt.

cross stitch gingham

Sweet Forget Me Nots - How sweet are Forget Me Nots.  Delicate and blue growing wild in the garden.  This cross stitch chart of Forget Me Nots can be used to create a cross stitch card, decoration for a needlecase.  What about embroidering napkins.  It’s entirely up to you.  Best of all the chart is free to download.

littleblueflowers

 

 

4 Comments

  1. Bernadette
    21 December, 2013

    Your blog is completely beautiful and represents your work and style so very well x

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    • Gingham Red
      22 December, 2013

      Hi Bernadette
      Thank you for visiting my blog and leaving such a nice comment! Wishing you a great week ahead.

      Reply
  2. Evie Mautner (@EvieMautner)
    7 January, 2014

    Such beautiful designs — simple and fun to sew! Thank you for sharing these patterns.:)

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  3. Gingham Red
    17 January, 2014

    Thanks Evie for visiting the blog. I am glad you like the charts. More to come x

    Reply

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