I've included a turkey as my free thanksgiving cross stitch patterns this month.
This little fellow would make lovely place cards for the festive meal table. Or you could pop him into Christmas card or hang him from the tree.
My cross stitch freebies are super simple to stitch and won't take you more than an evening to complete, so why not make more than one!
If you prefer Anchor floss, please see my handy conversion chart.
These free cross stitch patterns are provided for your own use.
You may stitch them and sell the finished product to raise money for charity or good causes, but please be aware that the copyright of the design is mine and therefore selling the pattern itself would be in breach of the copyright laws.
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Jul 11, 18 10:35 AM
Blackwork for Beginners - learn this fascinating needlework technique with Carol Leather's book
Jul 07, 18 02:40 PM
Can you do embroidery and cross stitch on the same type of fabric? If so, which fabric is best if you want to incorporate cross stitch with some embroidery
Jun 26, 18 07:28 AM
I started s project on 22 count hardanger fabric using number 8 perle cotton thread and after doing 1 side I feel I should use number 5 perle cotton.