Whether you favor the dark side or the light, there is a cross stitch pattern just for you. Browse our favorite Star Wars themed cross stitch patterns from all across the galaxy and may the force be with your stitching–always.
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Darth Vader is a complex character. While he is the ultimate villain, he still shows that he is a family man. Natali Needlework has created a unique pattern that showcases the dark lord's form with a quote. This project is a must for any Star Wars fan. You don't need a jedi mind trick to stitch this pattern up; it is easy for any level of cross stitcher.
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My Cross Stitching smashes up the traditional look of the bounty hunter Boba Fett with a Mexican Day of the Dead skull. The bright colors and flowers are fun touches to a dark character. While this pattern is not the normal take on Boba Fett, it is a project that any fan will love.
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Are you facing a tough challenge? May the force be with you. These words can ring true in any situation. If you have the force of good with you, anything can be conquered. Craft Tuts Plus created this quote pattern for free. This project is not complicated. It has a positive message and is an excellent way for beginners to learn about lettering. You can cross stitch it on a backpack, tote bag or jacket. Take this message wherever you go and spread those positive vibes.Continue to 5 of 10 below.
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Star Wars cross stitch patterns do not need to be so serious. They can be cute and cuddly like this Princess Leia pattern from Lenyboop. The Princess is accompanied by her favorite companion while hanging on to a death star balloon. The style of this project screams kawaii and would be adorable for a child's bedroom.
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"Luke, I am your father." Do you remember the shock you felt when these words were spoken? Did you yell at the movie screen? After hearing this line from the film, all bets were off. What could happen next? Our friends at Instructables have immortalized this quote from Darth Vader with this free cross stitch pattern. How great would this be as a shower gift for a new father?
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Are these the droids you are looking for? Crazzzy Stitches has created a tongue and cheek cross stitch pattern that is a play on The Beatles and those lovable droids from the various Star Wars movies. Whether you love the new BB8 or stay true to R2D2, this pattern is a quirky must stitch.
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Taun Tauns not only are transportation, but they also keep you warm when you are stuck on Hoth. Capes and Crafts celebrate the less than pleasing smell of a taun taun with their free pattern. Cross stitch this phrase on a kitchen towel or apron for that Star Wars-loving homecook in your life. It would also be fun to stitch it on a laundry bag for college students.Continue to 9 of 10 below.
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What better way to teach kids their ABC's than with a Star Wars themed ABC pattern. Each letter represents a different character from the series. This pattern is very large, thus making it a great project to start at the beginning of the year and finishing up around the winter holiday season.
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Don't just try it, do it. The wise words of Yoda should be able to motivate anyone. This free pattern would be great stitched on a journal, a work out towel or just in a hoop. Hang the finished project in a place that you will see daily to keep your spirits up and yourself on the right track.