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The world comes alive when spring decides to grace us with her presence. Mother Nature awakens from her slumber and shows us all that she has to offer by gracing us with beautiful flowers, budding trees, and singing birds. Celebrate the changing of seasons with a spring-inspired cross-stitch pattern. Enjoy these projects not just now, but all year round.Continue to 2 of 26 below.
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The Birds Are SingingContinue to 3 of 26 below.
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Signs of Spring
What words come to mind when you think of spring? Flowers? Bunnies? Birds? Fresh air? Stitchery Stitch created a Signs of Spring pattern that includes every happy word that is associated with spring. This project would be wonderful on a mantle with fresh-cut daffodils.Continue to 5 of 26 below.
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Share your love of spring with a bright and fun Happy Bird card courtesy of Alioka design. This pattern is free to download from her blog and can be used not only for cards but also for small-framed samplers.Continue to 6 of 26 below.
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Spring is the perfect time for a makeover. Even little sheep need a new hairdo to welcome the season. Just a little off the top, please! MadameChantillyxxx's Spring Makeover pattern is a great mix of primitive and whimsical designs.Continue to 7 of 26 below.
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Russian nesting dolls come in a variety of styles and themes. The Tiny Modernist shares her version with a free Spring Matryoshka pattern. This can not only be stitched up for spring, but also for Valentine's Day. It is like getting two free patterns in one, just like a nesting doll!Continue to 8 of 26 below.
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Chalkboard themed cross-stitch patterns are very popular. The white floss pops against the grey fabric. There are other season and holiday-themed patterns to accompany the Spring Chalkboard project. Make one for each season to hang on your door or mantle.Continue to 9 of 26 below.
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We wait, and wait and wait and finally POP! Spring is here! These cute little chicks are perfect for expressing our feelings of spring. This pattern is free to download and can be stitched in a variety of colors. This pattern would make a great baby shower gift.Continue to 10 of 26 below.
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Singing in the Spring
It doesn't matter if you have a great voice or not, spring is here and it is time to shout it from the rooftops or the birdcage as it is, with this Singing in the Spring cross-stitch pattern. This pattern will lift spirits and be a colorful addition to anyone's decor.Continue to 11 of 26 below.
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This Daffodil Sampler is the perfect mix of traditional flowers with a modern font. It is free for download from DMC UK and can be customized in any color of your choosing.Continue to 12 of 26 below.
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Get loud with your stitching with this free Spring pattern from The World According to Agi. If orange isn't your thing, change up the colors. You can also mix up the surrounding patterns to whatever images you like.Continue to 14 of 26 below.
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If you can't decide what aspect of spring you love, why not stitch them all with this cute Kawaii-inspired cross-stitch pattern from The Frosted Pumpkin. Its Spring Sampler has something for everyone. You can stitch one pattern or individual projects.Continue to 15 of 26 below.
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Say hello to spring with this colorful spring sampler from Happinesst. The bright colors and fun flowers welcome the new season. If you want to, dissect this pattern and use the lines of flowers as a border for other projects.Continue to 17 of 26 below.
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Sample of Spring
Celebrating spring is as easy as ABC with this free Sample of Spring pattern. This project has it all, including a quilt-inspired pattern in the middle. You can stitch it as one or separate it to make several patterns.Continue to 18 of 26 below.
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Singing in the Rain
Everyone knows that April showers bring May flowers. A little rain must fall to make spring flowers bloom. Don't run and hide; have fun and dance in the rain! When you can't get out and dance, stitch up some liquid sunshine with this spring umbrella-inspired pattern.Continue to 19 of 26 below.
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Merci, gracias, thank you. We should all be thankful for what and who we have in our lives. Let them know you appreciate them with this free spring Merci cross-stitch pattern.Continue to 20 of 26 below.
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Have a Nice Day
Do you need a gentle reminder to have a good day? We all need that extra little love sometimes. Stitch up the spring-inspired "Have a Nice Day" cross-stitch pattern to remind yourself that life is good and to enjoy the happiness around you including flowers and fun cross-stitch designs!Continue to 21 of 26 below.
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If you don't have a green thumb but love spring flowers, don't give up hope; stitch them instead! This free Spring Tulip cross-stitch pattern is a pretty way to have flowers all year long. You can customize the colors to fit your liking.Continue to 22 of 26 below.
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This stunning spring goddess pattern looks more like a pattern than a cross-stitch pattern. It is a lot of work but well worth the time. You better get started now!Continue to 23 of 26 below.
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Save It for a Rainy Day
Rainy Days are perfect for staying inside and stitching. Every drop that falls, your flowers drink them in and prepare to bloom. Celebrate those raindrops with this free pattern.Continue to 24 of 26 below.
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Springtime in France
Spring isn't all about flowers and raindrops. It is about you emerging from hibernation and enjoying the fresh air. This demure French woman dresses to impress. She is loving every minute of spring. Watch her story unfold, one stitch at a time.Continue to 25 of 26 below.
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The most beautiful sight in spring is the cherry blossom trees. When their flowers fall, it is like a beautiful pink snow. Stitch this free pattern in all black, as a silhouette, or be adventurous and add color.Continue to 26 of 26 below.
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Time to shed those winter sweaters and grab your favorite spring dress. Dance in the clover with your favorite person. Spring has sprung!