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Spring is Full of Flowers!

Posted by Julia Sikoro on

Spring is Full of Flowers!
Spring has arrived, and with it comes so many beautiful flowers. Our wonderful designer, Kseniya Adonyeva has created some lovely counted cross stitch flower patterns so you can bring a piece of spring into your own home. Each of the pieces featured here has the intricate detail we have come to expect from Kseniya. I'm sure that you will be pleased with these patterns, and thoroughly enjoy working one up to add to your own cross stitch collection.
For the next two Spring months, we are offering 20% off on these flower patterns. Take advantage of this wonderful deal to bring some light and beauty to your home.
A Coneflower

The coneflower, also known as Echinacea, is a hearty flower that grows throughout much of North America. In this pattern, we see the coneflower come to life with its familiar cone-shaped center surrounded by colorful petals. The delicate tones of this coneflower cross stitch piece would be a perfect Spring addition to your home.
This pattern measures 200x142 stitches and uses 29 colors. The finished piece is tender and detailed because it only uses half cross stitch stitches.
A Hedge Rose

A hedge rose is a lovely way to create some peace and privacy in your garden, we hope that working on this pattern will help you achieve some peace in your home as well. This beautiful pattern features the vibrant, Spring-fresh buds of a hedge rose.
Your finished work from this patter will measure 150x112 stitches and use 37 colors and the cross stitch and half cross stitch stitches.


The beautiful flower of the fuchsia is brought to life in this intricate pattern. The fuchsia is a unique and delicate tropical flower, perfect for adding a touch of grace to your home. The pastel palette with pops of vibrancy reflect the exceptional beauty of a fuchsia plant.
This piece will be 103x106 stitches and use 26 colors. It uses simple cross stitch and back stitch to create this masterpiece.

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