fall flowers cross stitch pattern

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I’m in the mood for something calming and pretty that uses classic fall hues…


Every month, I’m sharing new cross stitch patterns created by me. This month, I chose a simple set of flowers rendered in autumn-inspired hues (burgundy, yellow, and even… purple? I dunno, somehow it works for me!). In past fall-themed cross stitch patterns, I was a little more obvious (PSL, anyone?). So this time, I thought I’d go for subtle and allow you guys to switch out the colors as you see fit (you can always choose different colors instead of the ones I chose here — pinks and blues for spring, for example — but the download only has this color version).


About this Fall Flowers Cross Stitch Pattern

  • Designed for 14 count Aida
  • Full counted cross stitches only
  • DMC floss colors: 17
  • Size: approximately 5.8 in. x 5.3 in. (14.7 cm x 13.4 cm)
  • 81 x 74 stitches

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