Many sites offer free Christmas cross stitch charts and I wouldn't want YOU to miss out! So here is a cute Christmas cross stitch Penguin bringing his gift of gold to the baby Jesus, as my gift to you. He won't take you long to stitch.
You could use him on a Christmas card, or a gift tag for that present for a special loved one. Or make him up into an ornament and hang him on your Christmas tree.
You may be viewing this page in the middle of summer, and Christmas is but a distant thought, but its never too early to start thinking about your Christmas stitching! Make your cards and gifts throughout the year and you will be ready for the festive season when it arrives.
If you have left things a little late, no worries, as you will have this free christmas cross stitch chart completed in just an evening!
Click on the following link if you need help or information about how to cross stitch.
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This pattern is made available for visitors to www.needlework-tips-and-techniques.com.
You are given permission to print a copy and stitch it for your own use or as cards for family and friends. Please do not abuse my trust and use the free cross stitch patterns for financial gain.
The chart is not to be reproduced and sold, but you are allowed to stitch and sell a small number of penguins to help raise money for charities.
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