Well, I know I've been a little behind in posting Free Pattern Friday for the past couple weeks. So to make up for it, I have links to 3 free cross stitch patterns today. I actually plan my posts several months in advance, so rather than just ignoring these great patterns, I want to make sure that you are aware they're out there. So without further ado, here we go.
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June's flower as designed by Ellen Maurer-Stroh is Wild Rose, not to be confused with the cultivated roses, which have a multiplicity of meanings. According to Google, the wild rose has it's own symbolism and stands for pleasure and simplicity.
The PDF for this free cross stitch pattern (if you haven't downloaded it already) can be found over at the EMS website.
I have to confess, I'm not a super huge fan of beaches. I don't like swimming in water where "things" may touch me, and I don't like getting sand in every imaginable crevasse when changing out of my swimming suit. But I love the idea of beaches. And this cute little pink fish is perfect for a beachy stitching project. The pattern calls for all Rainbow Gallery fibers, but you could easily sub those out for your favorite brand of threads instead.
The PDF for this project is available for download at the Rainbow Galley website.
This cute free cross stitch pattern is done by Janlynn, and is available to download via PDF from their website.
So that's it for this mega installment of Free Pattern Friday. I am going to try to be better at posting these weekly again...
Until next time, happy stitching!
If you ever come across one of my posts that contains a chart that breaks copyright law, please email me and let me know right away. In picking and posting my free cross stitch pattern posts, I make every effort to ensure the designs I share are legitimately free charts.