We ran across a great resource for cross stitch enthusiasts who may want to get some free cross stitch patterns and we want to share them in this freebie post. We would also like to recognize our artist directory member, Caralyn Edwards of Mystic Reflections who creates beautifully detailed fantasy art sculptures from polymer clay. We’ll have more info on her work for you toward the end of this post, but first lets get on with our topic concerning free cross stitch patterns from Sullivans.
Sullivans Project Central has some great, and free cross stitch patterns you can download for quick projects.
You will find a Spring collection which includes a “Bluebird”, “Geraniums”, and “Gardens” themed project.
In the Summer collection there are “Flip Flops”, “Sandpail”, and “Sailboat” projects. The sailboat photo at the top of this post is the sailboat project included in these free downloads and it would make a great project to make, frame, and then hang in your bathroom.
In the Autumn collection there are “Fall Leaves”, “Harvest Time”, “Autumn Quilt”, “Best Witches”, “Pumpkin Smiles”, and “Witch Hat” themed projects.
There are six more patterns in the Winter collection which includes “Hot Cocoa”, “Flurries”, “Snowflakes”, “Holiday Wreath”, “Joy”, and “Santa With Bells” projects.
You can find all of these great patterns at Sullivans Project Central.
It should be noted that the page also includes links to some Glendonplace patterns for purchase, however if you surf those links you will quickly find that apparently the website owners at Sullivans haven’t done a great job at maintaining thier website (or at least that page) since the links do not point directly to the exact products they are linking to. We found that you can still find the items by searching for the titles on the Glendonplace website, and we suggest browsing thier website for great products. Glendonplace even has a printed catalog you can buy if you prefer catalog shopping.
UPDATE: Upon further research, it appears you can download these patterns and more here.
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That’s it for this post, however we would also like for you to visit Caralyn Edwards of Mystic Reflections who creates beautifully detailed fantasy art sculptures from polymer clay, and then hand paints them herself. Her detailed creations will take you to a new world of imagination. She never uses a mold and every figurine varies in size and uniqueness. We’re sure you will want to collect every figurine she has created if you love fantasy art.
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