January Carnation Cross Stitch

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January Carnation Cross Stitch Pattern


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Embroidery: January Carnation Cross Stitch
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January Carnation Cross Stitch Needlebook inside view
January Carnation Cross Stitch Needlebook felt pages view
January Carnation Cross Stitch Needlebook pocket view
January Carnation Cross Stitch Needlebook Back View
January Carnation Cross Stitch January Carnation Needlebook Front

Pattern Details:

Pattern Details




Hand Embroidery

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Cross Stitch, Straight Stitch
  • Basic Sewing Skills

Pattern Description:

A cross stitch pattern featuring a the birth month flower for the month of January which is the lovely carnation flower. A really fun pattern to stitch for your birthday month or the birthday of someone special to you!

This cross stitch pattern measures 3 5/8" x 5 5/8" with a stitch count of 52w x 80h. A very pretty floral pattern to stitch and a nice size to finish with framing or sewing. I made the model into a needlecase and the pattern comes with instructions to make the needlecase seen in the photo. A really fun project!

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 3 5/8" x 5 5/8" finished design size


  • 28 ct. linen
  • embroidery floss
  • small amount of fabric

You Will Also Need:

  • embroidery needle, scissors
  • sewing machine
  • fusible interfacing or fleece

About Designer

About Designer

CountryGarden on craftsy.com

I began sewing as a young girl in 4-H and my mother and grandmothers all liked to sew. I have a lovely collection of quilts from one of my grandmothers and crocheted afghans from my other grandmother. I love to draw and do needlework so when my children were little and I was staying home with them I decided to design my own patterns and greeting cards. I have a web site that shows all of my ...

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