Would like to bring Christmas mood to your kitchen? It’s quite easy with a new cross-stitch pattern I’ve elaborated, - Christmas Poinsettia. The pattern is absolutely free to download and realized with your own hands will surely bring an atmosphere of love and peace to your home.
Friday, December 7, 2012
Thursday, November 29, 2012
Recently I’ve found out that penguins celebrate Christmas as well. Can’t believe it? Well, hope the image below depicting penguin in Christmas hat will cast away all your doubts))))))))
Christmas in Antarctica free cross stitch pattern is aimed at beginners so don’t hesitate to improve your skills and create Christmas mood in your home.
Sunday, November 11, 2012
Hi, all cross-stitch lovers! Today I’ve prepared for you a cute Christmas pattern with a small lion Simba from Disney’s "The Lion King". Simba’s Christmas Wreath free cross-stitch pattern is quite simple but is not recommended for beginners due to a “peculiar mix” of the shades of green forming wreath.
Tuesday, November 6, 2012
Meet another Christmas free cross-stitch pattern: this time aimed at beginners as it is quite small and simple but not less cute and festive-looking. So, I’d like to encourage all beginning cross-stitches to embroider this adorable Kitten Playing with Christmas Bauble
Tuesday, October 30, 2012
Have you ever seen a real Santa Claus? Because I haven’t. But all of us know for sure that Santa Claus is a little old man with white beard, red robe as is believed to live in Lapland. Well, today I’d like to present a bit cartoonized view on Santa Claus. So, meet Tiger Santa – a cute tiger cub with a sack of presents. One may say, that tiger is not a real Santa. But ask your kids what is the main distinctive feature of Santa Claus and they’ll surely respond that a real Santa must have a great sack with such longed-for presents.
Saturday, October 20, 2012
Christmas… How much warmth is embedded in this word: fireplace, family gathered round the table, reverential mood, a great number of gifts prepared with love under the Christmas tree and … huge piles of snow outdoors))))).
And only imagine that this beautiful white blanket covering everything around consists of tiny “particles” - inimitable snowflakes. Why inimitable? Because there are no “clone” snowflakes, all of them are different, like those on the pattern below.
Saturday, October 13, 2012
Meet one more Christmas themed pattern. This time it’s pretty large and not easy to realize. But that isn’t a great obstacle to experienced embroiderers, is it? So, if you’d like to celebrate Christmas with Mickey and Minnie, you are to begin cross-stitching right now)))))))))
Thursday, October 11, 2012
Only two months and a half are left until Christmas. It means that it’s just the right time to begin preparations, choose presents and make decorations (surely if you prefer those self-made). And I hope that my post will help you with these pleasant “cares”.
The patterns I’ve prepared are very small and easy to cross-stitch, so even if you are beginner, you can realize them freely to bring Christmas atmosphere to your home and joy to your family and friends.
Sunday, October 7, 2012
Autumn is a nice season (if it is not raining )))), when everything around you is changing colors, obtaining warm tints and peculiar fragrance that could be detected only this time of year. Besides, it inspires to create and reflect in your works an unobtrusive atmosphere prevailing everywhere. And my recent creation “Autumn Symphony” is just exactly the reflection of beautiful autumn days with their warm colors and fragrance of harvest.
Tuesday, October 2, 2012
This cute Hippo pattern is very small and simple. Only four colors are used and it is easy to cross-stitch even for beginners. So, if you dream to become an experienced cross-stitcher one day, begin with this Hippo free cross-stitch pattern.
Sunday, September 30, 2012
Meet another sunny pattern to decorate your kitchen: the Apricots in blossom (first pattern from the Kitchen Series is here). It’s quite easy to cross-stitch as the only technique used is full cross-stitch. But, pay attention please, that it is not aimed at beginners due to a pretty great number of colors.
Thursday, September 27, 2012
Would you like to know if Eeyore, a gloomy friend of Winnie the Pooh, was always as he is – such a sad and pessimistic donkey? Well, I don’t think so. I believe him to be an adorable baby with a beautiful smile and (surely) a pink bow at the end of his tail, just like this one on the pattern below))))))
Monday, September 24, 2012
Today, with the help of Victorian Trefoil free cross-stitch pattern, I’m going to prove that such a commonplace plant as trefoil may be really beautiful. Hope that now, after having seen it, you are of the same mind)))))))))))
Friday, September 21, 2012
Donald Duck is one of the most popular Disney characters worldwide. We always recollect with a smile his unintelligible speech, boasting and explosive temper that helped him (and not once) to fight stronger enemies and survive the danger.
Tuesday, September 18, 2012
Saturday, September 15, 2012
These days I’ve added a new experimental page ”DMC Palette” to my blog. It is called “experimental” because it is not finished yet and I’m not sure if it will be useful for you, my dear cross-stitchers. A great amount of colors (456 colors in total) is to be added in future.
Thursday, September 13, 2012
Today I’d like to share with you a pattern of Tigger from Winnie the Pooh. This cheerful, enthusiastic and well-meaning character, that overestimates his abilities but is always ready to help you, will surely make one of your best friends. Only pay attention that despite he looks tiger-like, he is a Tigger, not a Tiger)))))))))).
Sunday, September 9, 2012
The Blue Dream is easy to cross-stitch floral pattern in a blue gamma. Realized in Chinese style it may be a nice decoration or an original “touch of perfection” of your oriental home interior. Stitching techniques used are those of full cross-stitch and back stitch.
Thursday, September 6, 2012
Do you like Simba, a playful cub from Disney’s “The Lion King”? If so, you may cross-stitch it thus making him stay always before your eyes. But notice that this pattern is elaborated for experienced cross-stitchers as there are broken stitches, and back stitches are started (or ended) not only at the intersection of two grid lines but also at the midpoints of the grid, which makes the process of embroidering much more complicated.
Tuesday, September 4, 2012
Today I’d like to present an old fashioned pattern of Field Flowers in Pumpkin Pot that I’ve elaborated during the first autumn days. Though there are no broken stitches, the scheme is quite difficult to realize due to a great number of colors used.
Wednesday, August 29, 2012
This Japanese-Style Magnolia branch is small, so it won’t take long to cross-stitch it. But, pay attention please, that the pattern is not aimed at beginners as there are half and quarter stitches present. By the way, if you don’t like the idea with blue leaves you may change it to the traditional look))))))))
Tuesday, August 28, 2012
Meet a nice cross-stitch pattern of a running mouse from an outstanding cartoon “Tom and Jerry”. I was always amazed with this small cutie that has managed to survive for more than half a century all that time being chased by a cat and yet is as charming as the first day of his screen appearance.
Sunday, August 26, 2012
Where do housewives spend their time? The answer may include multiple locations, but surely “kitchen” among them will be present. This is a place where you (especially if your family has a habit of dining at home) usually stay a few hours (or more) every day. And nobody argues that kitchen must be convenient, and that everything must be at hand, and that there must be abundant ambient light …
Thursday, August 23, 2012
When a child I always admired small clownfish in water tanks. And there is no wonder that all kids seem to be amazed by these bright and vivid creatures moving smoothly in the water. And now I’d like to suggest a gift idea for our extra-active boys and girls that can stay motionless during a long time watching small fish in aquariums.
Monday, August 20, 2012
Today, when everybody is mad on 3D I’d like to make my unpretentious contribution to the world of three-dimensional artifacts as well (grin). For passionate cross-stitches with considerable experience in embroidering (as this scheme is pretty difficult to realize, though the only stitching technique used is full cross-stitch) I’ve elaborated a free downloadable 3D Flowers in wooden frame pattern.
Friday, August 17, 2012
Tuesday, August 14, 2012
This nice and delicate Rose Branch embroidered on black canvas (this way it looks better, to my mind) is aimed at embroiders that have got some experience in cross-stitching. Though the only technique used is full cross-stitch it is pretty complicated and large.
Monday, August 13, 2012
While surfing the Internet in search of inspiration I’ve “run across” the image where Baby Po took a bath. I was amazed with this cutie and despite having published the Baby Po pattern few weeks ago, I couldn’t help but elaborate another one. Today I’d like to share this Baby Po free cross-stitch scheme with you.
Thursday, August 9, 2012
When a child, I saw a cartoon film “The Little Mermaid”. I liked it very much. But as the years passed, new wonderful films appeared and the story about marine life was “dimed” with new impressions. But recently my eyes encountered an image depicting main characters of “The Little Mermaid”. I was surprised to be able to recollect the name of only one of them.
Tuesday, August 7, 2012
The number of odd-hoofed animals is growing here. Earlier I’ve published Cartoon Zebra and Cartoon Donkey patterns. Today their family is enlarged with one more representative – Cartoon Pony. The pattern is easy to cross-stitch as it is aimed at beginners.
Sunday, August 5, 2012
Meet a beautiful Arabian girl, princess of the fictional city of Agrabah Jasmine. Though the Princess is fictional like her home city, you can make her “real” by cross-stitching the pattern which I’ve prepared for today. But first pay attention that this scheme is for experienced embroiderers only as it is rich in half and quarter stitches.
Saturday, August 4, 2012
This small and simple landscape depicts a Sunset in one of the world's hottest countries (somewhere in Africa). And though I called it a landscape, this pattern is really very easy to cross-stitch. Besides you may simplify it a bit more by “removing” the sun.
Friday, August 3, 2012
Who is a Triceratops? It’s a dinosaur with three horns on its face (like those of rhino). That is exactly what I’ve prepared for today – an ancient reptile with rhino horns)))))). It’ll take you no time to cross-stitch it as the Cartoon Triceratops pattern is small and simple!
Thursday, August 2, 2012
Wednesday, August 1, 2012
I have never seen orange lizards. Maybe that is the reason why the Lizard on the pattern prepared for today is orange. The reptile silhouette is easy to cross-stitch as only one color is used. And surely, you may choose a color you think suits best.
Monday, July 30, 2012
When a child, I always dreamed of living on a Desert Island. And now it looks like my dearest wish came true. Maybe, not completely, as I’m living not right on the Desert Island, but nearby. Nevertheless, its mine))))).
Saturday, July 28, 2012
Welcome one more relative of Cartoon Zebra! It’s a Donkey! Elaborated on the selfsame “round basis”, so it won’t be difficult to realize it. The only stitching technique used is full cross-stitch. The other great “plus” for beginners is that only five colors are used to embroider it.
Friday, July 27, 2012
Hi all passionate cross-stitches!
Today I’ve scrutinized the content of my (yet a baby) blog and came to the conclusion that it is extremely poor in simple cross-stitching patterns, “traceable” for those who are making their first steps in embroidering.
Wednesday, July 25, 2012
Have you ever seen a child (especially if that child is male) who likes to brush his teeth? Sometimes all efforts of parents to get children to clean teeth are in vain. Kids take every chance to avoid this boring procedure.
Monday, July 23, 2012
Have you ever dreamed to cross-stitch Baby Po from “Kung Fu Panda”? If your answer is “yes”, you are extremely lucky! As today I’m going to publish a free cross-stitch pattern of well-known panda Po in his childhood… And surely during the process of eating))). By the way, how many scenes do you remember with little Po doing something else?
Friday, July 20, 2012
This article I’m writing in the first place for myself. For myself just to remember. To remember how it was. How it was from the very beginning…
I don’t believe that it will be of great interest or use for visitors of this site. I don’t really believe that anybody will read it. But this is a story of one blog from its beginning with hopes and worries and fears of the author for whom this beginning turned out to be her first independent and unassisted experience in the sphere of blogging…
Wednesday, July 18, 2012
Tuesday, July 17, 2012
Who doesn’t remember the “Tom and Jerry” cartoon, one of the most famous and longest-lived not only in the American, but world’s cinema. Notwithstanding its “age” Tom and Jerry continues to maintain high ratings, boasting a large audience of children, teenagers and adults throughout the world.
Monday, July 16, 2012
Friday, July 13, 2012
How many funny moments do we remember from Disney's “The Lion King”? And a great deal of them is connected to Zazu, always a very serious and pedantic and ridiculous at the same moment.
Thursday, July 12, 2012
Looking for original ABC pattern? Congratulations! You are at the right place and at the right time. In this post you can find a unique Butterfly alphabet. To realize this scheme one should know how to cross and back stitch.
Wednesday, July 11, 2012
Days seem boring and monotonous? I have not the slightest doubt that the situation will change as soon as you get such a cheerful friend as Garfield. Just one look is enough to feel oneself much better.
Tuesday, July 10, 2012
A bit of sunny mood will surely bring you happy dancing Winnie the Pooh.
Not very large, so it won’t take long to cross-stitch it. The only stumbling stones that may occur are those back stitches.
Not very large, so it won’t take long to cross-stitch it. The only stumbling stones that may occur are those back stitches.