Disney inspires happiness in so many people that it's no surprise that there's a demand for cross-stitch patterns inspired by the famous film company. From the original gang of Mickey and Minnie to the traditional princesses to the quirky characters like Jack Skellington, there's a cross-stitch pattern out there featuring everyone's favorites.
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Who says that a Disney princess has to be prim and proper? In this pattern from Stichering, Snow White has updated her look with tattoos of her favorite dwarves and a Rolling Stones. Consider it traditional Disney with an edge to it. The pattern is available for a fee digitally or as part of a classic kit.
Snow White pattern from Stitchering
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Some Disney characters have a cult-like following, and that includes Jack Skellington from "The Nightmare Before Christmas." This free pattern is shown in shades of gray, black, and blue, but the author, Deviant Art user Kyotiutsukushii, notes that the cross-stitch can be done in any three colors, as long as they're light, medium, and dark in shade.
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Walt Disney has created so many wonderful characters. While everyone has their favorite, none would be possible without that delightful little mouse. Etsy artist DigiPoint has this whimsical Wonderful World of Disney pattern that includes a number of beloved characters within the silhouette of the famous Mickey Mouse ears. The pattern is available digitally for a fee.
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If you have a little one in your house, more than likely you know about Jake and the Neverland Pirates, the stars of an interactive TV show that focuses on Jake and his friends' adventures with Captain Hook and Mr. Smee. Deviant Art user Squirrely Stitcher shares this free digital pattern of Jake for you to cross-stitch for your favorite little pirate. Cross-stitch this on a bag, lunchbox, or a wall hanging for a room.Continue to 5 of 10 below.
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So many Disney stories originate from wonderful old fables, and Cinderella is a perfect example. Her story has been told for centuries in many different forms, but often, the Disney version is one that sticks. Etsy user Little Stitcher's cross-stitch pattern showcases Cinderella's dress and pumpkin coach with a primitive design all her own. The pattern is available digitally for a fee.
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Some people think Disney princesses are mild and meek, but that's not true at all! The folks at U Create Craft created a round-up of free Disney princesses patterns. Although the patterns are for perler beads, they can easily be used for cross-stitching, too. The patterns don't have a color pallet to stitch with, so you can use any color floss you wish.
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The story of Beauty and the Beast is a tale as old as time—or at least that's how the song goes. This movie, both the animated version and the live action version, has inspired so many beautiful cross-stitch patterns, like this one from 123 Stitch. The pattern is available for a fee.
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The Disney font is well known throughout the world. My Cross Stitch Patterns shares a Disney Alphabet pattern for free. You can use this pattern to customize any project, Disney or otherwise, to create a one-of-a-kind gift for someone special. This pattern would be perfect for a child's room or for a Disney wedding couple.Continue to 9 of 10 below.
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Celebrate the boy who won't grow up and his sidekick, the feisty fairy. This pattern is available for a fee from Everything Cross Stitch. This pattern would look great on a jean jacket or on a tote bag. It is a simple project that is an excellent choice for beginners.
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Is there a better couple than Mickey and Minnie? Their love has withstood the test of time. Show that someone special how much they mean to you with this adorable Mickey and Minnie cross-stitch pattern from Natali Needlework. This pattern is a whimsical nod to the king and queen of Disney. Cross-stitch it up for a fun wedding or anniversary present. Add names and dates for an added customized piece. This pattern is available digitally for a fee.
Mickey and Minnie pattern from Natali Needlework