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Celtic Christmas Cross Stitch Patterns, Designs & Instructions

Making of knots is the primary reason as to why Celtic cross stitch designs have become so famous and renowned when Christmas is round the corner. Celtic knots are if not fashion then a way of life certainly and its importance is utmost at the time of Christmas and the preparations. Celtic knots have become a culture that we are indeed proud of. Knots could be simple and complex too but whichever way you make them their elegance is for all to see and admire.

Santa Claus

Christmas celtic cross stitch patterns are designed keeping in mind the advent of Christmas and there are various sizes and patterns to choose from. Patterns range from being simple to articulate, you can buy a convoluted design of Santa Claus that showcases a classy and intricate pattern.

∑ Candles

It wouldn't be hard for Celtic knot fans to imagine that on Christmas your candle stand be decorated with Celtic motifs highlighted with dark blue surroundings? The use of golden

metallic threads could infuse really attractive looks on a simple candle pattern or candle stand. I think you can imagine one right now.

∑ Christmas angels

Angels can be of different designs some standing alone whilst others in groups. The angel looks pretty alone and in-group too and can be bought in various sizes as desired leading upto a full wall sized figure. To sum up in short the bigger the size the better it looks as the intricate details with they are made shine like bright sunshine covering snow hilltop. Here I would like to add that if you are a first timer then small starting would be the way to build your angel.

∑ Lavender laces

Is there ever a British woman who hasn't fallen in love with lavenders? We have that fragrance in our bath soaps, our shampoos, deodorants, perfumes, room fresheners and ever more. So no surprise that we find something familiar in our embroidery designs. Wouldn't it look graceful if lavender were to adorn our napkins, curtain pallets etc.

∑ Wreaths

Wreaths are patterns that enrich our surroundings. It is easy to create a wreath of your likings. Patterns are mostly reflection of your mood, be happy and cheerful to make wreath that surprises you as well. Give it the seasonís best look.

∑ Alphabets

This represents the easiest option for starters. You can start by writing Marry Christmas in a traditional Christmas Celtic cross stitch method and you shall be amazed to see the end result. Try creating a design your initials or you favorite slogan. It will be simple yet stupendous idea. You can find help from chart generators to make alphabets as well, this will help you make own pattern in easier steps.

∑ Christmas trees

Take that extra effort to decorate and cover you green moss trees with tiny bells and other things. Taking little will ensure that your Christmas tree survives the full year and beyond.

∑ Fruits, vegetables and eating good patterns

More such patterns are there to decorate your eatable goods. From birthday cakes and pastries to special decorative patterns that lighten up your Christmas festivities. Your creativity shall know no end once you take to Celtic knots and patterns

Submitted by:

Jennifer Walter

Discover the art of celtic cross stitch when you visit http://www.mycelticcrossstitch.com for more resources and free celtic cross stitch patterns. There are more tips, techniques, designs, patterns and project instructions to help you get started.




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