I found this some time ago and thought how fun it would be to make an Easter Apron or towel with these adorable bunnies and eggs on it.
It comes from this Danish website called Hjemmet. You can go here for the direct link to the article and just below the text you will see,”See the diagram on the apron here” that leads you to the PDF.
Have fun making something with this adorable bunny family.
Have you seen the latest free download from The Cricket Collection? It’s called Pussy Willow Egg and I can’t wait to sew it up.
Just follow the link above and click on their image to get your own PDF chart.
Get a good night’s sleep and enjoy your week ahead!
It’s snowing here again at this writing and I’m sure the skiers love skiing right into spring. If you like to ski here is a wonderful chart from DMC – In Search of Wire blog.
A skier in your life will surely love this one. The link to the PDF is just under the photo and in French reads ‘Cliquez sur ce lien pour télécharger le diagramme gratuit DMC’.
Have a fun-filled weekend.
It’s always nice to have a card that expresses care above and beyond the everyday card. Here is a country cottage card stitchery from Cross-stitching .com that would be a delight for someone to receive from you.
You must have an account to download it but it is free.
I thought these hearts to be delightful! They along with other free charts can be found here.
When you scroll down just under the image there is a link to the PDF where you see these words, “Welcome, detailed instructions.”
Have a fun Valentine stitching week.
This is a Scissor Fob freebie from The Drawn Thread is called Pearls & Rosebuds. The image shown here is the chart worked up by Carol and shown off on the Freebie Gallery. It’s been around for a long while but it is still a beautiful way to keep track of your scissors.
Hope your Friday is going well and you are blessed with a restful weekend.
If you missed this charming “Winter Cardinal Teapot” from Just Cross Stitch you can find it here. Having grown up in Indiana I still think cardinals are one of the prettiest birds in God’s creation.
Even if you don’t have time to work it up now, you might want to save it off for the future.
Have a great weekend.