Cross Stitch Addict

Hi, I'm Alison, chief designer and owner of Country Cross Stitch Kits (www.countrycrossstitchkits.co.uk) and I am a 100% confirmed cross stitch addict! I know I am not the only one out there, so hopefully if you are an addict too you will enjoy my blog.

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Location: Norfolk, United Kingdom

I am lucky enough to have been a designer / artist for most of my adult life. I have always had a passion for fabric crafts and for quite a few years produced paintings, mainly of flowers, on pieces of silk using dyes. My main passion has always been cross stitching however and a couple of years ago I took the plunge and set up Country Cross Stitch Kits. The rest, as they say, is history and here I am still adding new designs and trying to build my business. The best part of all of this is meeting so many lovely people who share a love of cross stitch. I hope you enjoy my blog, feel free to add any comments and have fun!

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

FREE Cross Stitch Pattern - 'Ginger the Cat'

Hello all

Our feline fantastic free cross stitch pattern 'Ginger the Cat' is shown below. You can download this by clicking on the link below the picture.



Download our FREE 'Ginger the Cat' cross stitch pattern


For access to more free patterns check out our free cross stitch patterns page on our website.

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3 Comments:

Blogger Natty said...

Hello!
Thanks for stopping by my blog.
Just wanted to say that I love your xstitch designs and thanks for sharing them with us xstitch addicts. :-)

Have a lovely -- 2011 --
Hugs Natty

2:37 pm  
Blogger Mary K said...

What a cute pattern! When my daughter was little I cross stitched a cat(her favorite animal)on a sweat shirt with waste canvas. She wore it until she wore it out, and outgrew it! She's 32 now and I want to make one for her and her daughter. Thanks for the cute pattern. It's purr-fect!

5:20 am  
Blogger Alison said...

Hi Mary, I'm so glad the pattern is being used for such a wonderful idea, I hope your daughter and granddaughter are both really pleased - although it's such a lovely gesture I am sure they will be! Happy stitching!

11:29 am  

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