At first glance this Easter sampler features Father and Mother Rabbit surrounded by their two kids. But then you missed the other members of the family. Can you spot the other bunnies hiding behind an Esater egg? A cross stitch pattern brought to you by Kateryna - Stitchy princess.
Here is a new series of little Easter patterns, full of delicate detail in Perrette Samouiloff's signature style. We love their gentle feel and tender colors. The patterns are ideal for greeting cards or little decorative touches in your home.
Counted cross stitch pattern by Kateryna - Stitchy Princess
These Easter bunnies on the look-out for easter eggs are doning cheerful yellow scarves forming a lovely contrast with their hazel fur. An elegant design, perfect for bringing a light seasonal touch to your home. Pair it with some fresh daffodils!
Counted cross stitch pattern by Kateryna Stitchy Princess
The chocolate egg café
Picture youself seated at this polished coffee house. You are being served a basket full of chocolate eggs by a courteous waiter, wearing a tailcoat. Eggs appear all over, even in the elegant mural decor.
A cross stitch pattern by Kateryna, Stitchy Princess.
These designs by Lesley Teare are all between 30 and 53 stitches wide or high and will measure between 2 and 4 inches wide/high on 14ct. Ideal for all small projects: Easter ornaments, greeting cards, gift tags, fridge magnets, table decoration and Easter garlands.
The sun is out and the baby chicks are setting off to explore. This cross stitch pattern, designed within a delicate wreath of spring flowers and wild strawberries, is perfect for the Easter season. A design by Perrette Samouiloff.
Bring sunny spring colors to the breakfast table with this cheerful sampler than can be turned into a tea-cosy project. A cross stitch pattern brought to you by Riverdrift house, which specializes in easy and straightforward cross stitch patterns that are very pleasant and quick to stitch.
Check out these cute little chicks exploring the flowerbeds of daffodils, daisies and bluebells. The color scheme of this pattern by Perrette Samouiloff is quite characteristic of the designer's style, with lovely tones of yellow contrasting with soft blues.