Roundup of New Cross-Stitch Patterns

Welcome to our weekly roundup of the latest patterns and designer news in the Cross-Stitch community.

Featured in Craftivism:

Austin Bat Refuge Charity Auction

By Austitch – a cross stitch and embroidery club for the greater Austin, Texas area

~ “We are currently building the bidding website and we have so many great stitches for you! This will be a perfect opportunity for getting some Halloween decorations AND holiday shopping, all while supporting Austin Bat Refuge.”

Fall / Winter Holidays

Stitching with the Housewives:

Pop Culture / Tabletop / Video Games

Goth / Witchy / Cottagecore

  • Jen of The Stitch Crypt says “There are all sorts of scary, eerie creatures that we know of and probably some that we don’t.” The Ocean is Monster Soup
  • Welcome to the Garden features a gothic-style gate from Stitch Sprout (EtsyKo-fi)
  • Steph of Fine Frog Stitching delights my RPG heart with her Potion of Swiftness featuring a cauldron and book
  • Lindsay of Tusk and Cardinal added Wolf’s Bane to her poisonous plants garden on Etsy

Subversive / Sweary / Sarcastic

  • Zahra Design Studio has a cheeky frog design with Fruck! on Etsy


Sentiments / Typography / Alphabets

Modern / Contemporary

  • Michal of Star Parade has a new pattern of a classical design with Greece Athena available on Etsy
  • Talktomecolours has a pattern for the Pizza Junkie “Take away, basil, mozzarella, tomato, sauce, Italy” in their Etsy shop
  • Lacey of The Nerdy Pixeler has a reminder for us Drink Water Stitch Pattern in her Etsy shop

Conventional / Traditional

  • Avlea Folk Embroidery added cushion kits in beautiful designs to their website
  • Modern Folk Embroidery released two new patterns to their website with Here Be Lions and Here Be Dragons
  • PuntiniPuntini now has their new releases for Expo in their Etsy shop as PDFs, check your LNS for paper copies and the accompanying accoutrement
  • Sirithre has an end-of-summer pattern for us with Watermelon Mini Needlebook on Etsy
  • Maria of Quaternion Creations has a beautiful new pattern Julian of Norwich – All Shall Be Well “…Middle Age recluse and mystic, and the author of the earliest surviving English language works written by a woman.” see her Etsy description for more!

Samplers / Primitive / Quaker / Folk Art

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Best wishes and happy stitches!

Aunt Kelley & Froggy

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