CROSS STITCH ARABIC CALLIGRAPHY

Hello, welcome back to our blog. In the previous article, we shared 10 Border Cross Stitch Pattern edition 4 which you can download for free here. In this article, We will share two Cross Stitch Arabic Calligraphy projects.

These two Arabic calligraphies are our initial cross stitch patterns. So the border we use is not made by us but from Canna Kruisteek’s book. The pattern that we will share is only calligraphy in black.

Then let’s go straight to the first Arabic calligraphy cross stitch embroidery project.

CROSS STITCH ARABIC CALLIGRAPHY  1

The first calligraphy pattern we will share is the ALLAH cross stitch pattern. As I mentioned above, the pattern we will share is black. You can download it for free here.

After you download the pattern, the next step you have to do is prepare the tools and materials. Please read here for the cross stitch kit article.

We made this cross stitch in brown. You don’t have to choose the same color as the pattern. Make it according to your wishes.

We also added borders at the top and bottom of the calligraphy. You can choose our border patterns here. Below are some photos of cross stitch embroidery results for the first project.

cross stitch arabic calligraphy

The front of finished cross stitch

The back of finished  cross stitch

Close up of finished cross stitch

cross stitch arabic calligraphy

the finished cross stitch framed with paper frames

What do you think about our first Arabic Calligraphy cross stitch? We hope you like it. Let’s move on to the second project.

CROSS STITCH ARABIC CALLIGRAPHY 2

The second calligraphy pattern that we will share is the MUHAMMAD cross stitch pattern. As I mentioned above, the pattern we will share is black. You can download it for free here

We made this cross stitch embroidery in black for the calligraphy. Meanwhile, for the border, we used green and pink. You don’t have to choose the same color as the pattern. Make it according to your wishes.

Next, prepare tools and materials consisting of wool thread, scissors, needle, cross stitch fabric and a pattern. For those of you who are still beginners, please read the article on how to cross stitch for beginners here.

Below are some photos of cross stitch embroidery results for the second project.

cross stitch arabic calligraphy

The front of finished cross stitch

The back of finished  cross stitch

Close up of finished cross stitch

cross stitch arabic calligraphy

the finished cross stitch framed with paper frames

Apart from the two patterns above, you can also find other patterns that we made on this blog. If you like roses read the article 10 rose cross stitch patterns edition 1 here, or if you like cacti read the article 10 cactus cross stitch patterns edition 2 here.

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Hopefully this article is useful and inspires you in your work.

Thank you for visiting

Happy stitching

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