Free caterpillar cross stitch patterns

From bug hugs to parties, birthdays to congratulations, there’s an adorable bug card for every occasion with these six fun designs.

Free cross stitch patterns - caterpillar cross stitch
Published: February 25, 2020 at 7:08 pm
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Kids of all ages will love these fun-filled caterpillar cross stitch cards, originally created for Cross Stitch Card Shop issue 100 by Rhona Norrie. Download and print the PDF below to get started on all 6 designs today! Stitch them for party invites, birthday cards, congratulations or even just to say hi for a little one who loves creepy crawlies! Click to see more free animal cross stitch patterns – we have plenty of free designs for you!

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This set of caterpillar cross stitch patterns includes:

  • Come to my party
  • Sending bug hugs
  • Enjoy your birthday
  • Happy Birthday
  • Congratulations
  • It's Party Time

About these caterpillar cross stitch patterns

  • Stitch count: 32 high x 56 wide
  • Design area: 14 HPI (28-count evenweave) – 6x10cm (2¼x4in)
  • These designs were stitched using DMC stranded cotton
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Authors

Rhona NorrieCross stitch designer

Rhona Norrie is a prolific and popular cross stitch designer from Scotland who now calls New York home. Her work is regularly featured in magazines including The World of Cross Stitching, Cross Stitch Crazy, and Just Cross Stitch. Rhona is a total cross stitch addict! If she doesn’t have a needle in her hand, then it will be a camera that she’s carrying to capture the wonders of nature and she shares her nature pictures (and cross stitching!) on her Facebook and Instagram accounts.

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