Sometimes you just can't seem to find the right words to go with your cross stitch project. Lucky for you, we have searched the internet for some of the best free alphabet cross stitch patterns. You can use these patterns to customize your project or a kit that you are working on. Do you have a favorite saying or quote? Why not use one of these specific patterns to get your point across.
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This is the Charming collection from Brooke Nolan. Each letter is charted in a unique and creative manner. Her whimsical designs shine through on something as simple as the alphabet. In addition for a free alphabet she has free stitchalongs and seasonal offerings. Have fun and mix letters up. Create a whimsical sampler.
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Yarn Tree is a long standing company that not only offers up wonderful products but also great tutorials, free patterns and solid advice. They also have a great message board in which you will get replies in record time. Check out their Nine-stitch tall Cross Stitch alphabet for your next project.
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Looking for something a bit more classic for your next stitching project? Why not try these large and in charge alphabet from our own About.com library. Thirteen stitch tall Cross Stitch Alphabet similar to an Old English font, but easier to read from Needlework.com.Continue to 5 of 10 below.
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If you are looking for a simple alphabet that takes little to no time to stitch up then check out the free caption maker from Crosstitch.com. This alphabet is great for beginners. You can chart your own text with this caption maker trial from Crosstitch.com.
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Sometimes you want to go low key and not over the top. Lower case alphabet are perfect for getting your point across without shouting it. Although the alphabet is lower case it still has a distinct style to. This is a fun pattern to use on children's projects and is a great teaching tool.
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Looking for the perfect font for your lord or lady? Why not try Large Old English Alphabet with upper and lowercase letters. (A link to the numbers is on the page.) Use this font for monogramming clothes, towels and other household items. Do you have renfest fans in your life? This is the perfect pattern to embellish their tunic.
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Show your patriotic spirit with this free red-white-and-blue alphabet from Robin's Nest Designs. If you are stumped for ideas, they have you covered there too with great inspiration and projects.Continue to 9 of 10 below.
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Tink Boord-Dill shares their alphabet for the different seasons. These would be beautiful paired with stitching for each season. Create one big project or several for different holidays.
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Sometimes you just need a basic simple font. This Cross Stitch Alphabet based on the classic Times Roman font is perfect for the project that still wants to make a statement but doesn't need all the bells and whistles that go with.
There are so many ways to express what you want to say. You can go fancy and upscale or subtle and low key. It is completely up to you. You can customize a purchased pattern and kit or make up your own design. Don't be afraid to try something new. It is as easy as ABC!