Kawaii Rainbow + Clouds cross stitch

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Kawaii Rainbow + Clouds cross stitch Pattern


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Embroidery: Kawaii Rainbow + Clouds cross stitch
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details




Hand Embroidery

Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Basic cross stitch with a little back stitch require.
  • Full instructions provided

Pattern Description:

'Rainbow + Clouds'......a cute new pattern from Cupcake Cutie.

Perfect stitched up and framed in a hoop for a childs bedroom.

Download instantly so you can start stitching straight away!

This pattern is suitable for both cross stitch and tapestry/needlepoint as the pattern is based on a grid system with one square equalling one stitch.

The finished design including sky background measures 116 x 77 stitches.
You can stitch 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.

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

Check out my shop for other super cute patterns.

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 cupcake cutie I would love to put photos of your completed projects on my blog and FB page, let me if you are interested.


  • aida
  • embroidery floss

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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