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Free Cross Stitch Patterns!

These patterns are yours to download and use at no charge. Copyright belongs to the designers, and these patterns are not to be sold, mass distributed, or reproduced.

Whale Tail by Karen Coats

"May waves of peace and love fill your heart forever." A beautiful message and a wonderful gift to members of the 123Stitch message board from Karen Coats.

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ABC's Easy as 1-2-3 Stitch! by Kris Herber of DragonFly Stitches

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Hope 2012 by Kristine Herber - Dragonfly Stitches

This beautiful cancer awareness chart comes to us from Kristine Herber of Dragonfly Stitches. Thanks Kris for this lovely design!

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The Mighty Oak by Rosymouse

For all of the job hunters in the world! "Don't worry if your job is small and your rewards are few, Remember that the mighty oak was once a nut like you."

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Doggies by Karen Austin

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Celtic Birds by Karen Austin

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Survive by Weeber's Whimsies
Dedicated to all the women who have survived or who are battling breast cancer.

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Reason by Robin Busch
This one made me smile! Choose your own colors and enjoy!

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Home Sweetest Home by Alma Lynne
A thank you gift from Alma Lynne to the 1-2-3 Stitch Message Board Members - "A token from me for all of your prayers!"

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USA 2008 by Robin Busch
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Fob Collector by Juggy Bug Designs
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Kylie's Heart by Terry Louise - Tasmania
An awareness ribbon design for domestic violence and other ribbon causes.
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Swirly Snow by Sue Hillis
This is my vision of Swirly Snow. Having grown up in sunny California, I always felt I was missing a huge part of life - no snow!!
Long Journey Home by Linen Flowers
American pioneers knew the meaning of the long journey home behind a sturdy horse. Design size: 60 w x 80 h. Finished size: Approx. 5" x 7". Recommended for 25 count Lugana using DMC Floss.
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Swirly Snow by Dee Childers of Sweetbriar Needle Designs
Sample was stitched on dark blue hand-dyed 18 Count Aida with DMC B5200 and Kreinik Balger 032.
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Silly Swirly Snow by Sandra Parlow
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Office Thank you I by Juggy Bug Designs
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Office Thank you II by Juggy Bug Designs
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Snowflake Swirls by Olive Hope Design
Although I have never seen the original Swirly Snow, I have read a lot about it at the 123 Stitch message board. I hope someday we find the original Swirly Snow. Until then, we have “The Blizzard of Swirly Snow” at 123. I hope you enjoy my version of Swirly Snow. Take care, and Merry Christmas!
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Swirly Snow Tree by Linda Cwiklak
Stitched on 28 Ct. Navy Jobelan with Carrie's Creations Snowflake floss. Stitch Count: 72H x 53W.
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Let it Swirl by Juggy Bug Designs
With special thanks to Vee from Veeandco for help in converting file formats!
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Swirly Snow Downunder by Terry Louise - Tasmania The pattern and key
Swirly Snow by Debbie Dempsey
This design also comes with helpful hints.
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Swirly Snow by Cathy Drolet
Back Stitch with any one thread color.
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No Act of Kindness by Robin Busch
"No Act of Kindness No Matter How Small Is Ever Wasted" - a powerful sentiment and a beautiful design generously provided by Robin Busch. The design was stitched with DMC variegated floss but would look great with any colors you choose!
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A Tribute to Sue Gastler from Terri (aka Bronzemom)
This quote "She wrought so well in Needleworke that she nor yet her Worke shall ere forgotten be." is from John Taylor, 1630. I thought it fit well our beloeved Sue Gastler who was a wonderful designer, needleartist, and friend. Through her many designs, she's left a lasting legacy for all needleworkers -- we'll never forget her or her beautiful designs. I charted this to be stitched OVER ONE at the bottom of A New Beginning (Abbey Lane Designs)-- or may be stitched OVER TWO to replace one of the larger motifs in the center of the design. I left the color choice up to the individual stitcher.

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123 Aussie 2007 Sampler SAL
This is my gift to my stitchings friends from 123 - In particular the Aussie contingent who understand the phrase "Smile & Point your toes!" Please have fun with this design - feel free to use whatever colours will suit your decor or whim. I can see the border stitched in vibrant hand-dyed variegated threads rather than the two colours it has been charted in. There is plenty of space if you wish to add charms or buttons and it shouldn't be too intense for even the novice stitcher to complete. The verse is truly heartfelt: "When I count Life's greatest riches, I count my friends who count their stitches."
Bronwyn Bacon (BronnyB)
Pakenham, Australia
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PIF Neighborhood Star Quilt by Karen Coats
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Cancer Awareness Blackwork
Thank you to Kris Herber for providing this gorgeous Blackwork design to raise awareness of Cancer.
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Deck The Halls
Designed by Vivian Bales -- "Christmas 2005 will soon be on us. Here's a small pattern that I designed with thoughts of our neighbours to the south. For many this year, Christmas will be bittersweet. Be thankful for family, for home, and for country. Best wishes for a safe and happy holiday season from a Canadian friend."
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Stitchers Come With Strings Attached
Thanks to Jennifer Halter for this cute saying! Use any colors, stitch the needle in metallic, and embellish with orts!
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Liberty, God Bless the USA
From Karen Coats, God Bless the U.S.A. with this patriotic design featuring the American Flag and the Statue of Liberty. Thanks for the gorgeous design Karen!
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Yellow Duck
Karen Coats has generously provided us with an adorable yellow duck pattern that she created especially for charity quilts. This bright and cheery design is sure to delight young and old alike! Thank you for sharing your work with us Karen!
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A Whole Bunch of Love
A Whole Bunch of Love (Picture #1)
A Whole Bunch of Love (Picture #2)
Sandra Parlow has created another wonderful design for us all to enjoy! These delightful, whimsical flowers are sure to brighten your day!
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1-2-3'rs Stitch it Best!
Just a little freebie for ornament or sachet,
this little item can be stitched in a day...
As a warm reminder, in fun and jest
that stitchers here on the board,
Do cross stitching best.
By Lynn Keen of
Keen Stitches and Primitive Country Graphics.
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123 Thank You!
"This special design is for Joanne & Jim and for the members of the Message Board. Thank you for allowing me to follow my dreams! Without your support, I would have never been able to do it!"
Jen ~ Stitching Bee Designs
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"123 Family" Pin/Badge
Version 1 and Version 2
Designed and stitched by Lynn Morrow (thanks Lynn!) - "While out to the Embroiders Guild Show I looked at every face wondering if there were any other 123 Family members there. That gave me an idea that we might make a pin/badge that we can wear or attach to our bags. We will spot each other and I'm sure it will spark conversation with other shoppers!"
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Christmas Star
Enjoy the 6th ornament in this wonderful series by Sandra Parlow, featuring an elegant Christmas Star!
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Christmas Poinsettia
This 5th ornament in the series from Sandra Parlow features a bright and beautiful Christmas Poinsettia. Model stitched by Peggy Benandi.
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Light Up Your Life
Light Up Your Life with this cute Christmas Moose ornament from Sandra Parlow! Model stitched by Kathryn McDowell.
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Stained Glass Angel
Brighten your Christmas with this fun angel! This is the 3rd of 6 ornaments from Sandra Parlow!
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A Star Was Born
A cute Christmas star to brighten your tree! This is the 2nd of 6 from Sandra Parlow! Model stitched by Amy Jo Seeley. Thanks Sandra and Amy Jo!
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Christmas Smiley Ornament
This adorable Christmas ornament is the 1st of 6 from Sandra Parlow! Model stitched by Julie McGuire. Thanks Sandra and Julie!
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Poem for the 1-2-3 Stitch Message Board
Dedicated to 1-2-3 Stitch Message Board Members! A special poem by Elaine in the UK, adapted to cross stitch by Kris Herber.
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1-2-3 Stitch Message Board Design
A special treat for members of the 1-2-3 Stitch Message Board - from Kris Herber.
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Holiday Pumpkin
From Sandra Parlow comes this cute little halloween pumpkin!
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United We Stand
In Memory of the September 11, 2001 Terrorist Attack Against the U.S." Model Stitcher: Kathryn McDowell
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Friends With Chocolate

"The only thing better than a good friend, is a good friend with chocolate!"
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Let Your Light Shine

A unique and adorable Christmas project!
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