Embellish a plain apron with a patriotic cross-stitch design for something to grill or cook in on the 4th of July. Protect your clothes and declare your American pride with this apron.
Send Easter greetings with this "Hoppy Easter" cross-stitch token. The small item could easily fit into an envelope for mailing to friends and family.
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.
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 Liberty Cross Stitch is bursting like a firecracker with patriotism. Anyone seeking fourth of July craft projects can't miss this charming creation that features both Uncle Sam and Lady Liberty.
This stitched sampler is considered an intermediate design because it is stitched on a fine count of linen. If you'd like to make it easier, simply stitch it on the fabric of your choosing. This cross stitch pattern has a nice old-time feel to it.
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.
Make an Easter egg ornament stitched with spring color designs. Tiny pink seed beads and a braided trim with a touch of silver add interesting texture to this Easter egg.
Check out this comprehensive list of all the craft supplies you'll need in order to start cross-stitching. Use free printable cross stitch patterns and these supplies to get going!
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.