monthly cross stitch series! — March

It was one of those March days when the sun shines hot and the wind blows cold:

when it is summer in the light,

and winter in the shade. – Charles Dickens

Today we bring you the third design in our monthly cross stitch blog series, designed by Terry Loewen. Stitch this weekend to display for St. Patrick’s Day, and in plenty of time to welcome the March winds that will blow winter away! (Will you PLEASE blow winter away, March winds?)

The idea behind this cross stitch blog series is to offer you an embroidered design of same size to change every month just as you change your calendar picture.

mad march hare

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mad march hare

designed by Terry Loewen



—28-ct Hand-dyed Marbled Jobelan in No. 429-513*

—Mill Hill No. GBFRM10 6” x 6” frame

—Mill Hill glass treasure bead, No. 12145

DMC embroidery floss in No. 987, No. 989, No. 3832, and No. 3865

Double-sided tape, embroidery hoop, needle, scissors

*Available through, and also 


1. Stitch design using one strand for “tea and tarts”, and two strands for everything else.

2Handwash in cool water, then gently squeeze out water and press face down to dry.

3. Sew on button on with three strands of No. 989 floss.

4Apply double-sided tape to frame insert. Center design and place in frame.

March Hare Chart

Picture 15

To reference the earlier cross stitch patterns in this series, click here!

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