Mirabilia cross stitch

Explore a collection of stunning Mirabilia cross stitch patterns that will inspire and delight every stitcher. Find your next project and bring these enchanting designs to life.
Mirabilia Cross Stitch Conversion, Mirabilia Cross Stitch, White Christmas Snow, Halloween Rules, Nora Corbett, Summer Fairy, Autumn Fairy, Stitch Pictures, Peace Dove

Okay, she's really Mirabilia's Lady of Mystery but when I created this conversion for her I thought that anything she touched turned to ice so in my mind she's Lady of Ice. I'm so happy with the way she turned out and I just love how the Kreinik looks on the dark blue fabric (a one-off from HLCFabrics), though for some reason it's hard to get the colors to show accurately in some of the photos; the second and third photos come closest to the actual fabric color, and I adjusted the first…

Rosaura Turci
Cross Stitch Patterns, Diy, Sirens, Cross, David, Stitch Patterns, Counted Cross Stitch, Faeries, Cruz

I'm excited to share the newest Mirabilia released today, MD185 Nightingale, Nora's tribute to nurses everywhere: "Florence Nightingale revolutionized nursing with her round blue diagrams called blue roses. Her dress is a myriad of blue patterns that gleam like china. It is said that she gifted a friend a delft blue and white vase. She carried a lantern at night to attend to the sick and wounded. The same light that radiates in all nurses and caregivers everywhere." Fun fact: Nora's original…

Sewing, Cross Stitch Patterns, Counted Cross Stitch, Stitch Patterns, Cross Stitch Tutorial, Completed Cross Stitch, Cross Stitch Embroidery, Diy Embroidery, Pattern

You are lurking in a cross stitch group and boom. You are awestruck by the most gorgeous, intricate stitching you have ever seen in your life. Instantly, you NEED that pattern. Never before have you stitched anything so massive and complex. So what do you do? Level up your stitching game of course. It’s time...

Lakshmi R

"Bluebells" by Mirabilia I stitched this for my friend Jessie. It is stitched in cotton floss and an overdyed Waterlilies silk. The wings and a lot of the details are in Kreinik Metallic threads and there are quite a few beads. Always fun to stitch these fairies! I kept thinking about my friend Laura and how she would have loved this piece: purples, Mirabilia, fairy with no antennae. So I'm happy that it is for another friend.

Halyna Schazka