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Fighting off the winter blues? This easy spring succulent cross stitch pattern can be completed well before the warm weather shows back up!

pink and green succulent cross stitch pattern - free pattern created by Ugly Duckling House

This pattern is part of my cross stitch series! Each month, I’m sharing one new free cross stitch pattern to blog subscribers. Find more details and get the download here.

Pink and Green Succulent Cross Stitch | Free Pattern

Happy New Year, friends! I took a spontaneous break over the holidays to spend time with family and friends, and it felt SO GOOD to not feel any pressure to work over the holidays. It, of course, means I have a LOT to catch you guys up on, as I’ve made more progress on the master bedroom makeover, set some new goals to be announced in 2019, and need to recap 2018 projects (including sharing some final shots of my Christmas tree and decor!). I’ve also got two recipes to share that I’ve been hanging onto since last New Years.

But first, I’ve got to share the free pattern I promise you each month. This time around, I was inspired to continue the plant series and created a pink and green succulent pattern. While I haven’t actually stitched this one yet myself, I’m making it available to you guys so you can stitch right along with me. Just click on the button below and get the download.

  • Designed for 14-count Aida fabric (any color you prefer)
  • Colors: 29 DMC floss
  • Approximate size: 5.7″ x 5.5″

Enjoy, and don’t forget to pin it!

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  1. Oh my word, that is just the cutest craft I have seen! Definitely freshens up the space for the spring ahead :)