7 cross stitch projects for cozy winter stitching

7 cross stitch projects for cozy winter stitching

As I write this, snow is falling and the wind is howling outside my studio window. We’re in for more than a foot of the white stuff today.

Inside it’s warm and cozy and all I want to do is stitch! Here are some of our favorite patterns for cozy winter stitching. Grab a warm beverage, your stitching supplies, and let's get going!

 

1. Hot chocolate cross stitch pattern. I did say grab a warm beverage, right? How about stitch a warm beverage. I love the blue mug in this free pattern. (via Make It Yourself)

2. The Guardian. Stag and deer cross stitch patterns have become a bit ubiquitous, but this is one of the originals and still a favorite. (via What Delilah Did)

3. Winter bird cross stitch pattern. This sweet bird is your new wintertime friend. The repeating pattern is easy and fun to stitch, so it is a great project for beginners. (via Red Gate Stitchery)

4. Snowflake ornament. Ornaments aren't just for Christmas. With a rustic feel, this one would look lovely hanging amid your winter decor. (via Angry Chicken)

5. Cross-stitch mittens. Cross stitches can keep you warm! At least they can if you make them on cozy wool mittens. These mittens are made using Tunisian crochet and then embellished with cross stitches. (via Woolen Mittens)

6. Snowflake cross stitch pattern. Make a whole heap of tiny cross stitch snowflakes with this free pattern. Finish them in hoops, or sew them into pincushions, coasters, or more! (via Crafts Unleashed)

7. Penguin Cross Stitch Pattern. Who doesn't love an adorable penguin? This free pattern will stitch up before the flakes finish falling. (via Make It Yourself)

Susan Fitzgerald

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