Craft a Quartet of Cute Creepy-Crawlers with Karolyn + Download New Cross-Stitch Tag Patterns!

Our line of cross-stitch products makes it so easy to integrate your love of stitching with your paper-crafting habit. The resulting projects are more than thoughtful  — they’re heartfelt tokens of your love and affection that your recipients won’t be able to part with! Throughout the rest of the week, we’ll be sharing projects from the team that feature this innovative line, as well as debuting a plethora of new patterns to refresh and reinvigorate your collection.

We’re kicking things off with a colorful quartet of adorable creepy-crawlies from Karolyn.

Handmade tags from Karolyn Loncon featuring products from My Favorite Thaings #mftstamps

We love Karolyn’s idea of pairing her cute little garden-dwellers with pre-seeded poppy plant pots — what a great favor for a spring birthday party or baby shower! Backing her cross-stitched tags with the scalloped tag in a coordinating color provides stability and pretty contrast.

Handmade tags from Karolyn Loncon featuring products from My Favorite Thaings #mftstamps

Find all of the cross-stitch tag patterns — previously released as well as SIXTEEN new patterns — right HERE. Make sure to join us here on the blog again tomorrow and Friday as we still have so many more new patterns to debut. Happy stitching!

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Comments (7)

  • Stephanie

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    Yay! Love having new patterns for my cross stitch dies!

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  • Rachel Russell

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    I LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE this. I love cross-stitching at my son’s practices and games during the down time. These new patters are so awesome! Please please keep refreshing this die and patterns. I love when I can make new things!

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  • Terrie D.

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    These are so fun! Such a great idea for little gifts. 🙂

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  • Marilyn M

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    Fun new patterns! Thank you!

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  • Greta H

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    Hurrah–so happy to have new patterns! I’ve gotta die cut more of the tags & get to stitching!

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  • Barbara Rokke

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    Adorable idea!!

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