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Cross Stitch Alphabets



Cross stitch alphabet patterns are among the most popular designed out there. Cross stitchers just love writing out a personal message to a loved one, personalizing a project with the recipient's name or just spicing up a boring pattern with a phrase or attractive letter. Cross stitch alphabets are many and varied in design, style and size. From simple block cross stitch alphabet patterns to impressive cursive cross stitch ABC designs, there are plenty of patterns online. After you've chosen which cross stitch alphabet you want to use, choose from the list of free links below.

How do you choose which one of the many cross stitch alphabets is right for you? the first thing to take into consideration is the style of the pattern. Are you working with a fun pattern or a serious one? Is this a darker design or one with a lot of light within it? Next you want to think about who will be receiving this piece of art work. Is this for a child's room or the kitchen? A charity organization or your mother? Each person and occasion will warrant a different style of cross stitch alphabet, sometimes dramatically different. For example, if this is a baby present for the nursery, you may want something sweet and soft, while a little boy might like a cross stitch ABC that is fun and haphazard.

For a sentimental present, cursive and italic cross stitch alphabet patterns are lovely. The kitchen will depend on the style of your own room. If your kitchen is fairly nondescript you can go with a country style cross stitch ABC, as this is always a cute kitchen decor choice. Inspirational messages and quotes can have a stunning effect when done in a sweet but prominent stitch. Make sure it is a clear cross stitch ABC otherwise people may not be able to read it. Names, especially for a child or nursery room, can be playful and exciting. Many cross stitch alphabet patterns have animals or characters incorporated into the design and these types would be the perfect finish to a cross stitch present. When adding embellishments such as initials, names or phrases to an accessory item (a purse, vest or hair band, for example) may look great in a capital case cursive style. There are, of course, no rules as to which cross stitch alphabet pattern to use when. There are hundreds of patterns out there and you can use whichever one speaks to you as the artist of your cross stitch piece.

Free cross stitch alphabet patterns:

This site has a wide variety of patterns and designs. Over twenty-five different cross stitch alphabets for you to use, and all of them are free!

The Celtic cross stitch alphabet is one of the most beautiful patterns available. The unique curves and intricate details make even simple words seem like works of true art. This Celtic cross stitch ABC generator is a fabulous tool that you can use to generator your own cross stitch alphabet patterns. Simply type in your phrase into the space, and a free pattern is provided for you. Try it out this generator, you are going to love it.

This is one of my favorite cross stitch alphabet patterns. It is clear and easy to read, but has a bit of a delicate curve to it, making it slightly elegant as well. This site also has a beautiful Old English cross stitch ABC, so look out for it.






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