Pumpkin Spice and Needles: Bookish Autumn Cross Stitch Patterns

If the weather is turning colder where you are, and you’re thinking warm beverages and needlework sound like a perfect afternoon, come on over and sit with me. I have a round up of some adorable bookish and fall themed cross stitch patterns for us!

Let’s start with autumn because cross stitch pattern creators are hilarious.

At this point my blood type is Pumpkin Spice cross stitch pattern

At This Point, My Blood Type is Pumpkin Spice, LeXStitchDesigns, $4 PDF download

The same store also has this pattern which made me laugh:

Pattern that reads PIZZA is the only love triangle I want

Pizza is the Only Love Triangle I Want, LeXStitch Designs, $4 PDF download

I love the change of seasons in this pattern:

Leaves changing from green to brown summer to winter

Autumn Progression Pattern, The Compass Needle, $10 PDF download

Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower - Albert Camus

“Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower” Camus, ChartsandStuff, $4.81 PDF download

This adorable witch is on black aida:

Small witch with green hair in a purple gownin front of a pumpkin

Witch pattern cross stitch, The Compass Needle, $5 PDF download

The Primitive Hare has a number of beautiful and clever limited edition patterns for download, including Witch Familiar ($14), Olde Salem Broom Company ($14.90), Happy Haunting ($13.90) and my favorite, Spell Store ($13.90).

There’s also a choose-your-pattern option, with a Regency Witch, 1819.

Choose Your Own Pattern collection

Then there are the more involved patterns, such as:

You say witch like it's a bad thing

You Say Witch Like It’s a Bad Thing, MKissa Creations, $3 PDF Download

Hocus Pocus character cross stitch

Hocus Pocus cross stitch, Amazing Cross Stitch, $6.

Witches Lab cross stitch

I LOVE this pattern: The Modern Witches Lab, by Punochka, $5.74. Be aware – this includes half stitches, French knots, and back stitching.

And for the advanced crafting maven: this is a pattern that comes with book binding instructions to make both the cover and the book itself. Wow, huh?!

Brews and potions book cover meant for covering a hardback book

Brews and Potions pattern and book binding instructions, ElfinForest, $14.00.

And last, but not least, because I love dragons, the Autumn Dragon from Ingleside Imaginarium ($8 download):

Autumn Dragon with green head orange leaft shaped wings a red body and a tail that goes from red to a brown oak leaf

Once I’m done with the overly-ambitious cross stitch project I started (I think it will take several years, no lie) I’m thinking seasonal dragons might be next. Or maybe seasonal dragons as a stitching intermission?

What about you? What patterns are you stitching as the seasons change? 

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