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About Me: I am the creative person behind Ribbonwood Cottage. A mother, wife and grandmother. My goal in life is to leave a lasting legacy to my family that life is incredible. God gave us this one life and it is worth the journey! A believer. A pianist, church music and worship director. Focused on intentionally living the best life possible.

August 16, 2022

Free Fall Cross Stitch Chart for you - Cottage Series

Free patterns are one of my favorite things to look at and enjoy. When working on fall stitcheries, I love to stitch and sew pumpkins and other fall favorites.  I have been working on a new Cross Stitch Series that I love. It is inspired by my love of old quilts, quilting, fall and Christmas, well loved furniture, barns and homes...

I want to share a chart from this new Series! It is a Fall Cottage Garden- This is free for you.

For some reason the thread key above is a bit blurry. I enlarged it a little to make it easier to read.  Click on images to open, save to your device.

Be sure to see my other post if you need a few reminders how to cross stitch. It covers many of the basics of cross stitching.

How to Cross Stitch Post.

Please tag me when you complete this fall quick stitch design! #ribbonwoodcottagexstitch

Here is another Fall Cross Stitch pattern that I created earlier this year - Can you tell I love fall? It is available in my shop.

Available HERE

Thank you so much for coming by for a visit.

Here is the first Christmas chart in my Christmas Cottage Series  Cross Stitch patterns. The houses will all be the same size so a little Cross stitch town will be stitched and the different seasons will be reflected. I can't wait to share them all with you! I will be publishing the next chart (Cottage Christmas Tree Farm) in the series next week - August 22, 2022

Here is the first Christmas Cottage chart Available in my Etsy shop.


A few thoughts.  If you have never cross stitched and you wonder what all the commotion is about, it is an enjoyable craft. But it is also easy to take with you in a ziplock type bag. Throw a project in your purse and pull it out and stitch while you are waiting in the car, or waiting at the doctors office, or at kids sports practices. 

I often feel that I unwind and relax more when I am cross stitching. It helps me process my thoughts and my schedule. A few little stitches here and there and add up and they are good for the soul.


Debbie Booth

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