kingfisher bird cross stitch

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For this month’s pattern, I chose a cute little kingfisher with brightly colored feathers and background. Simple, but fun to stitch!

kingfisher bird free cross stitch pattern

Every month, I’m sharing new cross stitch patterns created by me. This year I seem to have a thing for birds, because this is my second one! But when I came across a few images of the brightly colored kingfisher, it just seemed like a great cross stitch pattern in the making (with a little color block creative licensing, of course). Perhaps when I make a few more avian-related patterns, I’ll create a bundled set called “For the Birds” 😉

I decided to keep this one simple, with limited colors instead of trying to go for a more photorealistic image. If you’d like to see more complex patterns that look more like the real deal though, let me know!

About this Kingfisher Cross Stitch Pattern

  • Designed for 14 count Aida
  • Full counted cross stitches only
  • DMC floss colors: 9
  • Size: approximately 6 in. x 6.1 in. (15.2 cm x 15.6cm)
  • 84 x 86 stitches

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