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This rainbow-hued pattern reminds us all that it’s important to be kind! Perfect for a nursery. <3

Ellis is getting a little older now (8 months, wow!), and he’s starting to recognize words. So, I thought this pattern might be kind of nice, considering that we find “be kind” is a phrase we think we’ll be using often (so far, we’re using it most often as he learns to pet the dog rather than grab a whole handful of her fur). It will go great in his nursery when I finish stitching it myself. Also, given that it’s the beginning of Pride Month, a colorful pattern seemed like a fitting release!

About this Colorful “Be Kind” Cross Stitch Pattern

  • Designed for 14 count Aida
  • Full counted cross stitches only
  • DMC floss colors: 15
  • 2 strands per stitch
  • Size: approximately 6.6 in. x 4.7 in. (16.7 cm x 12 cm)
  • 92 x 66 stitches

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Another update: I have finally, FINALLY, written a quick start guide for beginners to learn how to cross stitch! I’ve been wanting for the LONGEST time to create a really in-depth guide with videos, launch a fundamentals class, and share all of my tips and tricks. But after months and months of good intentions (and no results), I admitted to myself that it was going to take time that I don’t really have for the foreseeable future and I need to be focusing on other projects (so many updates, so little time!). The next best thing I could do right now was to get something, anything, out there for beginners to start with. So, until a more complete guide is written, beginners can start here for the basic-basics and give it a shot. More pictures are being added as I complete new patterns and have the opportunity to take tutorial-style pictures as I work. For now, thanks for your patience, and I hope you find the tutorial helpful!

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