Free Patterns — Political

Free "I Voted" Cross Stitch Pattern

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Free "I Voted" Cross Stitch Pattern

Click here to download the printable pattern! Click here to download the mobile pattern! Happy November in the horrendous year of 2020.  I hope everyone had a socially distant halloween and enjoyed a scary movie or 2...because clearly this year isn't scary enough?!  Now that the fun and games are over, it's time to get serious and VOTE!!!  If you haven't voted early or voted by mail already, get you own pen, grab a mask and some hand sanitizer and make your way down your local polling place.  Then sit down and stitch up this quick one because you voted!! ...

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Progress Flag Cross Stitch Pattern

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Progress Flag Cross Stitch Pattern

Click here to download the printable pattern! Click here to download the mobile pattern! This pattern is perfect for beginners.  Not only will it make a fun project but it's perfect for showing your support of minorities and the fight towards justice.  With one little flag, you can tell everyone that you support LGBTQ, Black Lives Matter, Immigrants, Trans rights and just progress in general. Here are some sizes for finished projects:  14 Count Aida - 6x4" frame16 Count Aida - 5.5x3" frame18 Count Aida - 5.5x3" frame28 Count Evenweave - 3x2" frame 

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Canadian Rights and Freedoms for Some Free Cross Stitch Pattern

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Canadian Rights and Freedoms for Some Free Cross Stitch Pattern

Click here to download the printable pattern! Click here to download the mobile pattern! As requested by my Canadian stitchers....Canada:  Rights and Freedoms for Some Here are some sizes for finished projects:  14 Count Aida - 8x6" frame16 Count Aida - 7x5" frame18 Count Aida - 7x5" frame28 Count Evenweave - 4x3" frame 

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Liberty and Justice For Some Free Cross Stitch Pattern

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Liberty and Justice For Some Free Cross Stitch Pattern

Click here to download the printable pattern! Click here to download the mobile pattern! Happy July!  This month we celebrate the 4th of July, Independence Day for America.  But let's look at some history, shall we...  July 4, 1776 was when the Declaration of Independence was adopted by Congress, giving the British immigrants the ability to operate independently of Great Britain and create their own government.  That's right, British immigrants.  So while the founding fathers would love for us to celebrate this day as our entire country's independence, really it was only the white Brits that benefited from it all.  I'm not sure...

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