Cross Stitch Pattern Subscription Service {Website Review} #CrossStitch

StitchMeGifts Cross Stitch

StitchMeGifts Cross Stitch Pattern Subscription Service


I have a few hobbies to help me wind down at the end of the day. Sometimes I like to read, other times I either crochet or I cross stitch. But buying books with cross stitch patterns can become expensive and there aren’t a lot of free patterns out there. That’s why I loved finding out about StitchMeGifts.

StitchMeGifts Cross Stitch Patterns

StitchMeGifts is a cross stitch pattern subscription service. They have lots of Free patterns in one place! They have patterns for every holiday too, which is exactly what I was looking for. It’s super easy and the supplies you need are easy to come by.

They offer 3 subscriptions:

Monthly $4.99:

  • Over 100 PDF patterns available.
  • 3 NEW patterns available each week.
  • Plan renews monthly but you can cancel at anytime.
  • Includes a 30 day FREE trial.

Yearly $24.99:

  • Download over 100 cross stitch patterns.
  • New patterns available weekly.
  • Renews yearly but you can cancel anytime.

And Lifetime $124.99:

  • Download every pattern forever.
  • Pay once and never pay again.
  • Massive lifetime account.
  • Perfect for serious cross stitchers.

All of their cross stitch patterns are highly detailed, 100% original, and designed in house. They offer a complete range covering Christmas, Halloween, Birthdays, Baby’s and many many more. I especially like that they have cross stitch patterns available for people of all skills and ability from simpler starter patterns up-to large format master pieces that will take time and skill to complete.

Aside from being a subscriber you only need a few more things to get started…

cross stitch supplies

Those supplies would be: Embroidery floss (this one is my favorite), Aida cloth (I use this one) and an Embroidery Hoop (here’s one I like).

Once you have downloaded your pattern you will see that it has a color chart, this is also easy to know which color to use. Here is an example in this picture.

embroidery floss numbers

Things I liked:

  • All patterns are designed for 16 count thread (14, 18, 20+ are available upon request) although I did  do 1 pattern meant for 16 on 14 count thread and it still came out beautiful.
  • I didn’t find any mistakes on either of the 3 patterns I tested, however should you spot a mistake in one of their patterns, you “win” a 3-month subscription to the service! It’s StitchMeGifts‘ way of thanking customers for helping to make the designs perfect. 
  • They offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee with a full refund available within 30 days of signing up

Things to keep in mind:

  • All patterns are available via PDF download only, however if you like to work with hard copies just print is out. 🙂
  • New patterns are added every week

Last thoughts… I really enjoy this website and even though I tested it out using the monthly subscription I have upgraded to the yearly subscription! They both have their good points (that I have mentioned above) but I enjoy the yearly one more because there are more options in patterns. 🙂

Interested in learning more? Check them out here


  1. Anne Marie Carter

    This is a wonderful idea! I love the fact that I can download tons of patterns to use.

  2. Anastasia Noelle

    this is cute! thank you for the review

  3. Tamra Phelps

    I had no idea this website existed. How neat! I used to cross-stitch & I’d love to pick it up again.

  4. Jenna Hudson

    This looks awesome! I am a beginner so I am working towards making something more intricate.


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