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New month, new pattern! This simple and easy black and white cross stitch pattern can be done in NO time — and fits almost any decor!

black and white geometric vase cross stitch pattern

Over the years of releasing these cross stitch patterns, I’ve done more complex and I’ve done super-duper simple. This one definitely falls on the latter side, but all the more reason why this one would make a great one to whip up at night when you’re looking to relax before bed.

This vase pattern is elegant in its simplicity. Just two colors and bam — instant wall art. Heck, I bet you could even eliminate the white zig-zag stitches and leave them blank with the back of the fabric color peeking through if you wanted to do something a little unique (I always like to mix it up so a really bright fabric and heavy contrast stitching could look really cool). Or, you can keep it true to the pattern design and use black and white as shown.

About this Simple Vase Cross Stitch Pattern

  • Designed for 14 count Aida
  • Full counted cross stitches only
  • DMC floss colors: just 2!
  • Size: approximately 4.4 in. x 7.1 in. (11.2 cm x 18 cm)
  • 62 x 99 stitches

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P.S. Need a quick refresher on how to cross stitch? I’ve got a quick start guide for you right here! And I’ve FINALLY got a date scheduled for launching the pattern membership program! Stay tuned for that because I’m whipping up some patterns you won’t want to miss.

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