Since I seem to be making more cross-stitch patterns lately, I thought it might be nice if some of them were available for others to use, rather than hoarding them all to myself.
All of these patterns were made by myself and are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 2.5 Canada License. What this means is you are free to share and adapt these patterns, but they are not for commercial use. If you use them, you should link back to this page. If you adapt them you should release the adaptations under a license like this one.
One of the members of Akatsuki, from the anime Naruto. This pattern was a birthday present for Hailey.
Pattern dimensions: 125×210 stitches; 7×12 inches on 18 count Aida.
The villain from The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask.
Pattern dimensions: 117×157 stitches; 6.5×9 inches on 18 count Aida.
The Lord and Master from Neurotically Yours.
Pattern dimensions: 100×139 stitches; 5.5×8 inches on 18 count Aida.
Inspired by a photograph that Trevor took and graciously let me use.
Pattern dimensions: 100×67 stitches; 7×5 inches on 14 count Aida.
My first attempt experimenting with Photoshop and cross-stitch software. A tribute to Final Fantasy VIII.
Pattern dimensions: 114×86 stitches; 6.5×5 inches on 18 count Aida.
This one is an adaptation of a background that I’ve had for a while. Very complicated but inspiring.
Pattern dimensions: 171×137 stitches; 9.5×7.5 inches on 18 count Aida.
The halloween biscornu I made for boogieshoes for a cross stitch exchange.
Pattern dimensions: 75×75 stitches for each motif; 4×4 inches on 18 count Aida.
Each pattern is available in three ways. There are two PDF files, one which is a colour version of the chart, and another which is black and white. You’ll need the free Foxit PDF Reader, or any other program that can read PDF files for these. The third option is a PC Stitch pattern file, which you can use to edit the pattern if you have PC Stitch 7 or higher.