Macarons cross stitch pattern

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New month, new pattern! I felt like making something colorful and fun for you foodies. And I can’t tell you how many times I had to make sure I was using the correct term (and not typing “macaroons”). For this pattern, I decided to go with yellow, magenta, and teal… a little bit of a spring vibe!

macarons cross stitch pattern yellow pink green macarons

I live in Georgia, so we tend to start getting the early signs of warm weather in late February or early March. I suppose that’s why I went with Easter-inspired colors for today’s pattern release? Or maybe I’m just ready to use a few new floss colors this year. Either way, I think you’ll have some fun putting this one together.

New to the craft? You might want to check out this simple beginner guide for how to cross stitch. I wrote it to give beginners a good rundown to get started as well as a refresher for anyone who hasn’t worked on a pattern in a while. There will be more instructional videos and posts coming out very soon as I work on the membership program this year!

About this Macarons Cross Stitch Pattern

This colorful foodie pattern is perfect for a kitchen or for decorating around Easter.

  • Designed for 14 count Aida
  • Full counted cross stitches only
  • DMC floss colors: 23
  • Size: approximately 4.1 in. x 4.4 in. (10.3 cm x 11.1 cm)
  • 57 x 61 stitches

Existing subscribers: just as a quick reminder, you can get this monthly pattern by heading over to my Cross Stitch Patterns Library (button below) and entering the password. If you need help, hit the FAQ area on the page or look to your monthly email updates for info.

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If you’re new to the UDH, these patterns are available for a limited time to existing subscribers. But you can sign up whenever you like and check out more patterns that are also available in the library. If you want to jump right in and get this pattern, sign up below to join!

P.S. I’ve been working HARD on creating new patterns and tons of fun new designs for my membership program when that launches. It’s a little slow-going still (especially since I’m working on my new office reveal, planning some exterior work, and working on our camper project simultaneously! The backlog of my post updates is CRAZY but lots coming). Buuuuut I think you’re really going to love it! It will have exclusive patterns, cross stitch tutorials, and extra features as part of my new site. I decided to create a separate layout and easy access to it since it’s going to include things that wouldn’t fit as well here on the blog. I’m hoping to launch it this summer, so be sure to sign up for the wait list so you can get exclusive early pricing and bonuses. Happy stitching!

Note: Free cross stitch patterns are available for a limited time only based on publish date (right now for about 2 years). They are then moved into the Membership Vault and accessible to Cross Stitch Club Members only as a way to facilitate keeping the blog archive low-maintenance. New patterns continue to come out every month to enjoy!

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    1. Did you bother to read the post? There’s a sign up in the bottom of the post as well as a link to the cross stitch library (it’s linked many times throughout the post, in fact). It’s also free, so your comment is extremely rude. I’d rather not have rude friends like you.