Baking is a favourite pastime of many people across the world, and it’s boomed in popularity in recent years thanks to our friends at GBBO. That’s why we’ve created these free baking cross stitch patterns to celebrate all things cakes!
We’ve got two lovely designs one a baking tag, ideal for your homemade creations, ready to give as gifts for Christmas or other special occasions. The second design is made for a bag or apron, it would make a lovely gift for the little one’s in your life to spark their interest in baking, or your could choose your favourite motif and make smaller cross stitch designs.
Are you new to cross stitch? Or need a chance to refresh your memory, take a look at this guide on how to cross stitch, and if you need help with needles try our cross stitch needle sizes glossary. If you haven’t yet got your cross stitch kit, we’ve reviewed the best ones out there, they contain everything you need to get started, try these modern cross stitch kits.
Free baking cross stitch pattern
Stitch this quick-stitch baking cross stitch pattern onto white 14-count aida for a fab finish. We’ve mounted ours onto a tag for a jar of homemade cookies and it would be a great addition to jams, chutneys, or any other home-baked offerings!
For more Great British Bake Off- inspired stitches, have a look at the Design Library in issue 246 of The World of Cross Stitching magazine.
About this pattern
- Stitch count: 28 high x 18 wide
- Design area: 14 count aida (28-count evenweave) – 5×3.5cm (2×1¼in)
- This design was stitched using DMC stranded cotton
Sweet treats baking cross stitch pattern
There are so many reasons to put on your pinny and bake yummy goodies at any time – cakes, puddings, cookies and handmade sweets all go down a storm. But before you start baking, sit down and start stitching this scrumptious baking cross stitch pattern to patch onto an apron for yourself, or a cloth bag for a little one to kick-start their interest in cooking – fill it with utensils and a fun recipe book so they can start baking straight away! This baking cross stitch pattern was designed by Susan Bates and originally appeared in Cross Stitch Crazy magazine.
About this pattern
- Stitch count: 105 high x 105 wide
- Design area: 14 HPI (28-count evenweave) – 19x19cm (70x70in)
- These designs were stitched using DMC stranded cotton
Download the free baking cross stitch pattern
More Bake off inspired free downloads
Keep the kitchen crafting going with these gorgeous Animals Baking in the Kitchen printable downloads! With exquisite artwork from Naomi Skinner, you can use them however you like in your craft projects. For insipration, check out the kinetic card made by Holly Spanner in the video tutorial.