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New month, new pattern! If you’re feeling a little worn down after 2021, you’re not alone. This pattern is for those of you who need something to poke with a needle for a little catharsis.
As I mentioned back on the sloth pattern post, I’m not usually keen on making patterns with text (I tend to leave that up to you guys to add your own puns and personalization). But, this one just felt right. I guess that means: don’t expect me to make a habit out of it… but if the mood fits, why not?
January patterns always feel a teensy bit special because they usually coincide with finishing up an entire year’s worth of new patterns (I try to have them done in December). I’ve been working on all of 2022’s release for the last month or so, and I really think you’re going to like them! You can get a sneak preview in the video above or going to the library.
I’ve also redesigned these pages to look more consistent/share better links for supplies, taken new backgrounds for the mockups, and more! It’s also because the membership program is going to be launching very soon (just a month or so!). Now that the 2019 patterns are in the membership vault, I’ve gotta get a move on with making sure they’re all neatly organized and ready for you to do more crafts this year! Don’t forget to share in the comments what patterns you might like to see in the future. Onto this month’s pattern details:
About this “Chill” Polar Bear Cross Stitch Pattern
New year, new stitch. Same old attitude.
- Designed for 14
- Full counted cross stitches only
- DMC floss colors: 4
- Size: approximately 8 in. x 5.7 in. (20.3 cm x 13.5 cm)
- 112 x 80 stitches
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P.S. For those that are wondering, the membership will have both a monthly and lifetime membership options, along with bulk releases (so, I will develop an entire “theme” of patterns like neon signs, and then drop them in batches). If that sounds like something you’d enjoy, be sure to tap where you see me mention the membership program below and sign up for the wait list for some exclusive early bird pricing!
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!