3 Little Matryoshkas cross stitch

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3 Little Matryoshkas cross stitch Pattern


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Embroidery: 3 Little Matryoshkas cross stitch
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details




Hand Embroidery

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • BAsic corss stitch with small amounts of back stitch
  • Full instructions provided

Pattern Description:

3 lovely Russian Doll ladies displaying woodland creatures and mushrooms on their tummies!

Stitch them together or individually they would be great adorning bags and tea towels etc - it is perfect framed in hoop for a little girls room.
This pattern is suitable for both cross stitch and tapestry as the pattern is based on a grid system with one square equalling one stitch. There is also backstitch used for details.

The design measures 50 x 50 stitches and can be stitched on any size aida/canvas that suits you.

You will receive all the details you need to start stitching including a full colour chart, key, notes on fabric size and quantity of thread etc

I have included the DMC colours as a reference but of course you could easily change all the colours and any combination would look fabulous.

This is a great project to use up all those left over threads that we stitchers always seem to end up with!

You will require Adobe reader to open the files which is available free from adobe.com(reader).

Please note this pattern is for personal use only and is not for resale.

However feel free to sell complete projects using this pattern - it would be great if you could include a credit to cupcakecutie1.blogspot.com and I would love to put photos of your completed projects on my blog!



  • Aida fabric
  • Embroidery hoop (optional)
  • Emroidery floss

You Will Also Need:

  • Scissors, needle etc

About Designer

About Designer

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I love to stitch, stitch, stitch! Cross stitch, needlepoint, embroidery, and gorgeous handmade felt creations. I love to design patterns and bring them to life with teeny tiny stitches.

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