A cross-stitch rose pillowcase transforms into a handy chair caddy, perfect for storing supplies at your craft desk. With a pre-stamped design, the cross-stitch design is simple to create on the pillowcase.
This Traditional Thanksgiving Stitch Pattern is a great way to brighten up a space for the holidays. Everyone can enjoy this free cross stitch pattern! Give it as a gift or keep it for yourself.
Cozy on up with your friends and start your cross stitch. This friends pattern is cute with its little heart teacups and flowers. This would make for a great apron.
If you want an easy way to use your completed cross stitch motif, turn the motif into an oven hot pad to proudly display in your kitchen. This example features a cherries motif created with a free cross stitch chart.
This Monogram Sachet is a great gift to make for yourself or a new bride! These sachet pillows are filled with lavender, but you can use any filling you'd like. The monogram on the front is a nice, personal touch to make this sachet unique.
This old glory cross stitch pattern is the perfect 4th of July craft project. Decorate your home with the red, white, and blue!
Purchased waste canvas allows you to cross-stitch on any type of fabric. Create a table runner with colorful leaves in cross-stitch, perfect for autumn entertaining or Thanksgiving.
This cross stitch pattern uses two strands of floss and 14-count aida. A beautiful flower like this should be famed and hung up on the wall. It makes for a nice house-warming gift.
This beautiful peace label has 14-count aida, uses light effects and cotton embroidery floss. The dove adds to its beauty. This would make for a nice wedding shower gift of some sort.
This blue bird keeps her eggs dry and protected from a spring rain of metallic thread. This spring project is quick and fun to stitch. Frame in a rustic white frame for uplifting home decor.