Orange Geranium cross stitch was inspired by a 1916 woodcut print by Dutch painter and graphic artist Julie de Graag. The original design used just three colours (red, light brown and black) and was printed from three wood blocks.
We’ve freshened up the colour palette with super yummy DMC tones — dark navy, mocha, terracotta and burnt orange. It’s a statement piece and fabulous for tote bags, cushions, and home decor.
This funky cross stitch forms a geranium flower inside a circle and measures 43cm x 43cm (44,191 stitches) on 14 count Aida cloth. Most of the pattern has large blocks of single colour, the tricky elements are the interspersed burnt orange tones, which give the petals a little more depth.
PLEASE NOTE: your download pack includes an extra chart specially formatted for Pattern Keeper App. We recommend using PK to manage your cross stitch projects.
For more bold, bright and funky cross stitch patterns check out our Art Nouveau category. We’ve charted our favourite designs and artworks from this fantastic art movement.