Many cross-stitchers have their variation of a floral cross-stitch pattern. This takes on a more unique and different approach with individual blooms, shapes and unassuming colour combinations.
You’ll notice that the pattern is a more stylized version of cross-stitch. It draws inspiration from the renaissance, with its gothic flair and finishes.
We also utilized unconventional colour combinations to create this pattern – no browns, greens or pinks here! I personally love the teal and purple combination as it is reminiscent of gem-like shades.
Here’s a closer look at this floral cross-stitch pattern
This beautiful floral cross-stitch pattern was stitched with Colour #186 cotton floss from my collection. This is a gorgeous blend of teal, dark blue and purple. You may find this colour combination familiar, as I initially dyed this for a Lorene Salt project called Bargello Muse. It has since become quite popular.
The flower above is stitched with 2 strands of floss and less than 3 meters, so not much. It measures about 2 x 3 inches on 32-count linen. This is one element of a larger pattern called Garden Stars by Ink Circles.
Thank you to Dominique for stitching this lovely floral cross-stitch!