I’m seriously loving this trend of geometric animal cross stitch patterns! There are woodland patterns, some nautical and magical creatures, insects and safari beasts in this round-up. Honestly, I had a hard time limiting myself to only 23 patterns!
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Cross stitch is a great way for beginners to start their embroidery journey. It’s simple and repetitive and the result is always beautiful!
These geometric designs really elevate the humble cross stitch and make these animals look so lovely and artistic! These geometric animals would be so sweet to add to a child’s bedroom or nursery.
I’m really crushing on the rabbit pattern and how it incorporates non-traditional rabbit colours into a very realistic design. And if you’re looking for more rabbit themed embroideries, I just designed this adorable free pattern!
There’s so much to love about these patterns! And most of the patterns shops have multiple geometric animals to choose from. So happy browsing!
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Geometric Animal Cross Stitch Patterns
I love the subtle shades of grey that create that iconic penguin belly so well!
I’d be tempted to leave off a leg and make a septapus instead! #findingdory
4. Duck Friends
5. Blue Tit
He looks like he might fly away at any moment!
The cutest little trash bandit!
Geometric Animal Embroidery
Those jewel-tone colours though!
Again with the gorgeous colours.
This one *might* be my fave, but ughh I also love the koala!
This would be super fun to incorporate into a kid’s room.
This guy’s got some serious Zootopia vibes. You know, the sheep that make the drugs?!
Gotta love that pug life.
18. Trio of Sea Animals
This guy and the bunny, they’re too much.
Woodland Animal Cross Stitch
So magical, I love this for a kid’s room too!
With so many stunning geometric animal cross stitch patterns to choose from, how are you going to narrow it down to just one to start with?!
Happy stitching! 🙂
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