Just in time for summer, four small bees to stitch, perfect for making into ornaments to put on a "bee tree". The Hi Honey Bee design comes on a business card size so it is perfect to tuck into a tiny space for any emergency stitching (being stuck in traffic, at the doctor's office, waiting in line at the DMV).

Here is the fifth in our Summer Series. It features sparkly Kreinik blending filament and Sulky Holographic Shimmer thread to make the dragonfly look as shimmery as it looks in real life.

Frony Ritter Designs celebrates with flags. Check out our new category on the left, which is Flags. You can stitch and display flags to celebrate every occasion. You can change the colors, add buttons and bows to fit your personality or the occasion. Check back frequently as we will be adding more soon.

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The fifth egg in our Easter Series is here. It joins the other four egg designs, and has instructions for both counted cross stitch, and a combination of cross stitch and beading. This joins the previous four egg patterns so you can stitch an entire egg tree.


And don't forget the second booklet of Twenty Minis. This booklet covers the Thanksgiving and Christmas holiday, and are quick but interesting ornaments to stitch.

They can be made into cards, tags, ornaments, jewelry, magnets and more. They can be stitched on fabric or on perforated paper.

center Here is the seventh in the Christmas series, and the fifth snowflake. It has a Celtic flavor, and goes with the other snowflakes.

Included are instructions for stitching and using a combination of stitching and beading.

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We have released our first booklet, Twenty Minis. You can get your copy of four each of baby, wedding, Easter, garden and Celtic motifs.

And don't forget the sixth in the Winter Series, Midnight Snowflake, ready to stitch for next Christmas. It has both a stitched and a stitched and beaded version. And for those beaders, I have a conversion to all beading under the "beading" heading in the website. It has also been stitched on 28 count and turned into necklace, so you can wear your art. center

We have five other designs in our Christmas Series. Three more of them are snowflakes. Stitch all four and have your own flurry of Celtic Snowflakes.

Here are the two newest in the Wine Charms kits. They can be made as wine glass or wine bottle charms, ornaments, framed or made into tiny tags, cards or jewelry. They can also be stitched with a combination of beads and cross stitch. Check out possibilities on the Cross stitch charts.


The kits include everything you need to make these charms, except for glue and scissors. They are fast and simple to make. They are great kits for beginners to learn to stitch. The colors can be changed to suit your decorating tastes. They also make good favors for parties, or for the ambitious stitcher, for weddings.


We have also released a companion cross stitch for the Kiss Me I'm Irish design. Stitch it now so you can have it stitched for St. Patrick's Day, although it is an Irish Prayer so you can have it up all year. An alternative border that can be found in free painting patterns section is a border that says, "Happy Saint Paddy's Day.

We welcome you to our website in hopes that you will get ideas that inspire your creativity. Keep checking in as we have new charts to release soon. Although it is primarily counted cross stitch, we have ideas for beaded pieces, painted pieces, cards, boxes and tags.

Check out our first 8 in the Celtic Series Patterns, each with instructions both for counted cross stitch and with instructions for a combination of cross stitch and beading.


If room allows, each chart contains a Wee Bit of History about the general motif in Celtic History, enough hopefully to interest and not bore you.

The patterns are intricate enough to be interesting, but can be completed fairly quickly (in cross stitcher time).

Some of the Celtic designs that were not made in Christmas colors have been restitched in traditional Christmas colors with the conversion under the chart with a photo of the piece restitched.

Also, check out other parts of the website. There are ideas for cards, tags, boxes, bags and other papercrafting. Included are ideas, using stamps and products from various companies. This is how the website began, as just an idea place.

Also are free beading, painting and cross stitch patterns. Check back frequently as we will add more.