Do you love the tales of Beatrix Potter as much as I do? Probably, yes. What a heart wouldn’t melt by these wonderful characters and funny stories about them? You definitely have some books of Beatrix, or pictures and cards based on her illustrations.Today I’ll show you something else. Very cute cross stitch patterns. In fact, the whole world of Beatrix Potter in cross stitch patterns.
Here there are Peter Rabbit and his charming family, Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle, Mouse Taylor and Mouse Stitcher.
And all the others gathered in two wonderful Victorian alphabets!
Last year I found this cross-stitch pattern and really wanted to make these cuckoo clocks for Christmas. At least one of them. I thought it could be a great toy for my Christmas tree.
This year I finally made it. I chose one clock and was stitching it with small changes. Here’s what came out.Unfortunately, the cross-stitch pattern isn’t the best quality. I really sorry about that. Actually I was looking for bigger pattern but found… another cuckoo clock! 🙂Looks like now I have a Christmas cross-stitch for the next year too!
Do you remember the quote from Forrest Gump: “Life is like a box of chocolates, you never know what you’re gonna get…” ? Well, I got a little surprise in some way. One more lovely little cross-stitch: cute mousy is sleeping in the box of chocolates. Now this mouse lives in my kitchen, and you can make the same of course.
Here is the cross-stitch pattern:
You can find the Anchor threads color chart HERE. And if you have DMC threads try this CHART.
I made my cross-stitch in a few days and then picked up for it a nice vintage frame
Sweet dreams, сute mousy, and do not eat too much chocolate!
Look at this wonderful cross-stitch! Mouse with a bow hugs candy. Have you ever seen anything sweeter?
And here is the pattern:You can choose a nice frame and this lovely cross-stitch will add a little beauty to your home!