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Happy New Year! Christmas is over which means we’re in full winter mode here at Mollie. Since our 32 autumn cross stitch charts did so well, we thought we’d make seasonal cross stitch collections so you never go without a project to start.
So without further ado, here’s our round up of 47 winter cross stitch patterns, featuring everything from snowy woodlands to cosy scenes and Scandi designs. Enjoy.
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First up in our winter cross stitch collection is this snowy woodland scene by Stitched The Shop. You can buy all four patterns in a winter bundle on Etsy.
Valentine’s Day is coming up but we’re opting for a more cool-toned, wintery pattern rather than in-your-face pink and reds! Click here for theworldinstitches pattern.
Ringcat featured in our autumn cross stitch round up and now we’re bringing you her wintery patterns. Stitch your own wintery penguin this January.
Celebrate 2020 with KaleidoscopeUa‘s New Year cross stitch hoop.
PigeonCoopDesigns‘ winter landscape has us romanticising about remote woodlands and cosy lodges.
We love the way Farmersattic has turned a summery insect into a beautiful seasonal design.
This simplistic winter cross stitch by HappyNeedleDesigns is a fab pattern to kick start your January cross stitch journey.
StitchesAcademy‘s cross stitch mouse is an intricate design and an ideal pattern for more advanced cross-stitchers.
These winter penguins by onecraftyfoxdesigns are a little bit Christmassy but they were too adorable not to include. Just look at those mini reindeer antlers.
AnitaStitch’s midnight street is a project we can’t wait to start. We love the small details like the hearts in the sky and warm light coming from the windows.
Recognise this pattern? PatternBird‘s autumn girl was featured in our last round-up and we loved her so much that we had to share the winter version. True Elsa vibes.
January is a time for creativity and new beginnings. Cross stitch WhiteRavenPatterns‘ Stay Positive hoop to keep motivated throughout the year.
Happinesst has a design for every season in her Etsy shop but we especially loved her winter cross stitch tree.
Cross stitch GentleFeather‘s winter floral wreath.
HomeSewnStitches‘ girl and cat cross stitch is our entire mood. Jumpers + tea+ cat = chill.
Make PixlStitch’s snowy cottage your next cross stitch project.
Cross stitch ZindagiDesigns‘ inspirational design and start this year as you mean to go on, with good vibes and positive patterns.
Celebrate winter wildlife with HouseOfFairyMary‘s bullfinch cross stitch pattern.
Set your home up for the new season with JazzyStitch‘s welcoming cross stitch pattern.
Axebe‘s winter mountain scene will make you want to grab a pair of skis and head to the slopes.
We had to include another pattern by HomeSewnStitches as her work is just amazing – check out this magical deer.
As the weather gets colder, ice skating becomes the number one sport. If stitching is more your style than skating (don’t worry us too) then cross stitch HelloHoop‘s ice skating scene.
Xrestyk‘s cross stitched sleepy fox is ready to hibernate.
This positive cross stitch quote is by PineconeMcGee and should hang on your craft wall all year round.
Winter forest by PatternsCrossStitch is a repetitive pattern which makes for a super relaxing January project.
We’ve featured lots of wintery animals in this blog post but what’s missing? A winter llama of course. Pattern by GentleFeather.
This winter cross stitch pattern by VelvetPonyDesign is a geometric homage to the ultimate fuzzy animal.
StitchingLand’s modern floral hoop will look fab on a pillow or even framed.
Sometimes January can be quite hectic with loads of new goals and projects to start. Take some time to ‘be still’ and cross-stitch ThatStitchShop‘s hoop.
We’re kind of obsessed with this Happy Yeti cross stitch pattern by DailyCrossStitch. Add a name into the banner for a personalised touch.
For all you makers who love autumn and winter, this is the cross stitch pattern for you. Make galabornpatterns wintery acorn hoop.
Another snowy cottage scene by HardKnotLifeStudio to add to your winter cross stitch collection.
Some top advice from the DailyCrossStitch.
More floral cross stitch patterns because you can never have too many. This one is by RockingHorseCS.
Whether you’re stitching for winter, Valentine’s Day, or just for fun, make AnimalsCrossStitch‘s colourful love birds.
Enjoy cross stitching more by making CrossPatternStitchUA’s happy little hoop.
Cross stitch mittens are a must in the wintertime. Use andwabisabi‘s chart to make your own.
You can’t survive winter without a nice cup of tea so we’re stitching Happinesst‘s teacup and teapot in honour of our favourite drink.
HannahHandMakesShop‘s winter cross stitch design is how we’re planning to spend the chilly months this year.
TheStitchPatterns simple festive flower will make a fab addition to your cross stitch collection.
PatternsCrossStitch‘s Danish horse chart makes for a beautiful first cross stitch project.
This hygge home cross stitch by ThePixelParadeCo will remind you of all the important things AKA craft, since there’s a ball of yarn on there!
Another amazing winter cross stitch pattern by CrossPatternStitchUA, and another lady that looks a lot like us this winter.
CinnamonStitching’s geometric blue hearts can hang on your wall throughout winter, Valentine’s Day and beyond.
It’s not winter without a flurry of snowfall, so cross stitch Stitchonomy‘s Nordic snowflakes.
And finally, we’re leaving you with DailyCrossStitch’s 2020 chart. We hope you’ve found some winter cross stitch patterns that’ll see you through the first few months of 2020!
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