Announcement Fun, contemporary cross-stitch patterns inspired by great books and classic stories.
Fun, contemporary cross-stitch patterns inspired by great books and classic stories.
All Shall be Well -- Julian of Norwich Inspirational Quote Cross-Stitch Pattern -- PDF Instant Download
Alice in Wonderland Mad Hatter Cross-Stitch Pattern -- The Raven and the Writing Desk -- PDF Instant Download
Theresa on May 21, 20215 out of 5 stars
Such a lovely design! This quote has given me much needed strength in times of distress. Just repeating it calms me. I am looking forward to completing this and seeing the words come to life.
Wendy on Apr 7, 20215 out of 5 stars
Beautiful. Deeply consoling words in times of trouble. Easy to download, easy to stitch - going to be on the wall above my bed. Thank you.
Autumn on Feb 26, 20215 out of 5 stars
A beautiful and simple pattern which will make a nice piece for my prayer space.
Terri on May 18, 20205 out of 5 stars
Such a beautiful pattern with such a timely message. Charts are nice and large, very clear and easy to follow.
Cathy on Apr 29, 20205 out of 5 stars
I like the pattern. I've been in contact with the designer regarding doing a companion piece. She's cool.
Angela on Dec 12, 20195 out of 5 stars
Very nice pattern, I replaced a couple of colors to match what I had at home.
Melody Joy on Apr 21, 20195 out of 5 stars
I just love this pattern! The instructions are so clear and easy to follow. The pattern is printed clearly and large enough for use. I'll definitely be keeping my eye out for more patterns from this shop!
Leslie on Mar 19, 20195 out of 5 stars
Pattern is clear and easy to read...can't wait to get started!
The Story Behind Rabbit Girl Crafts
Cross-stitch is one of my favorite hobbies. I have been stitching for over twenty years. I stitch because it is calming and relaxing, and I love cross-stitch because there is something for everyone -- from beginners with no prior experience to experienced needleworkers looking for a challenge.
Like many people who turn to designing, I started creating my own patterns because I could not find patterns that fit my interests or style. In addition to stitching, I love reading books, and I wanted more patterns inspired by classic literature and great writers. I also saw a need for contemporary patterns featuring uplifting messages.
I'm a little old-fashioned, so all of my patterns start with paper and pencil sketches. Once I have a working draft, I scan and import the sketched rough draft into my cross-stitching software. Lots of changes can be made at this stage, and sometimes I go back and re-draw areas until I am satisfied with the result. Finally, I always stitch my patterns before I publish them. This allows me to ensure that you are buying a pattern that is as clear and free from errors as possible. I put together the final pattern after the model has been stitched and any final changes have been completed.
Thank you for supporting my work. I am thrilled to be a part of a wonderful community of cross-stitchers, embroiderers and other needlework enthusiasts like you!
Librarian, adjunct instructor, stitcher, designer. :)