5 Wintry (but not too Christmassy) cross stitch patterns

It’s starting to get cold outside, so why not snuggle up with some cross stitching? Here are five lovely wintry cross stitch patterns.

L'arbre aux rouges-gorges

L’arbre aux rouges-gorges by Chez Mounette

First off, L’arbe au rouges-gorges (Tree with robins) by Chez Mounette. This simple yet beautiful design only uses five colours, so you should be able to find everything you need in your stash! Link HERE.

Arbre d'Hiver

Arbre d’Hiver by Jardin Privé

Arbre d’Hiver (Winter Tree) by Jardin Privé is our second chart. Again, it’s nice and simple, and you could pull threads from your stash, although the designer does suggest colours to be used. Link HERE (you will have to scroll down the page to find the PDF pattern).

The Winter Witch

The Winter Witch by the Snowflower Diaries

The Winter Witch by the Snowflower Diaries is our third pattern. We think the witch is very cute! The pattern does call for some hand dyed threads, but I’m sure you could find some threads to use from your preferred line. Link HERE.

Peter Polar Bear

Peter Polar Bear by Brooke’s Books Publishing

There’s a few cosy animals to choose from over at Brooke’s Books Publishing, but we took a particular shine to this Peter the Polar Bear. Link HERE.

Winter Berries

Winter Berries by Cosmic Handmade

Finally, here are Winter Berries by Cosmic Handmade. Just looking at the colours in this pattern makes us feel all cozy inside. Link HERE.

I hope you find some inspiration in this list! Are you working on any wintry stitches yourself? We’d love to know, so leave us a comment below.