15 Cross Stitch House Patterns

Whether it was because of the emergence of grandmillenial style, or just a quarantine hobby that’s here to stay, cross-stitch has made a big comeback within the last couple of years. Not only is it a great way to incorporate your personality and style into your home’s interior design, but it also adds texture and a unique element to any space. Here are some cross stitch house patterns to choose from endless options!

These patterns below are begging to be realized, and we’re just the people to do it. So choose your favorites, unravel out your threads, and get ready to create the cutest house cross stitches you’ve ever seen!


1. Cross Stitch Bird House Pattern by Lucie Heaton

This beautiful bright bird house cross stitch pattern is full of gorgeous colours and would make a beautiful sampler or cushion! 

Featuring 9 multi coloured bird houses adorned with stunning floral inspired designs with little birds nesting, it would make the perfect gift and is a treat to stitch.

 1. Cross Stitch Bird House Pattern by Lucie Heaton

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2. Little Houses Cross Stitch Pattern by DMC

These sweet little cross stitch houses are the perfect way to add some handmade charm to your home. The design is complete with a festive border and alphabet lettering.

Little Houses Cross Stitch Pattern by DMC

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3. DIY Cross Stitch House Portrait by Dream Green DIY

You will love this idea to make a cross-stitch pattern of your own house! This would be a lovely thing to have when you move from a house, or to make as a housewarming gift for someone moving into there first home.

DIY Cross Stitch House Portrait by Dream Green DIY

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4. This Old House Cross Stitch Pattern by Annie’s Catalog

A stately home falls into disrepair in a design that combines cross stitches with backstitching reminiscent of classic blackwork. Bats circle overhead while creatures of an unknown nature lurk inside ready for Halloween. 

This Old House Cross Stitch Pattern by Annie's Catalog

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5. Winter House Cross Stitch Pattern by Primrose Cottages

If you are in the mood for designing a winter cross stitch pattern to add to your collection, this is an easy pattern that is ideal for beginners and advanced stitchers. This cross stitch pattern featuring a cute little winter house, snow all around and pretty trees makes this the perfect pattern to stitch.

Winter House Cross Stitch Pattern by Primrose Cottages

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6. Valentine Houses Cross Stitch Pattern by Waxing Moon Designs

This cross stitch pattern contains the charts for 3 cute and easy-to-stitch houses all decorated for Valentine’s Day. These designs are a quick project to add a bit of romantic charm to your decor!

Valentine Houses Cross Stitch Pattern by Waxing Moon Designs

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7. Blossom House Cross Stitch Pattern by Little Stitch Girl

Spring is here, and its the perfect time to curl up with a new project while the the rain pours and the flowers grow. This fun cross stitch pattern will brighten your home through the rainy months. When finished on 16 count fabric, this pattern measures 5.6 x 3.1 inches.

Blossom House Cross Stitch Pattern by Little Stitch Girl

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8. Country Cottage House Cross Stitch Pattern by Gathered

Who doesn’t need a quick-stitch motif that’ll be great for any occasion – birthdays, best wishes, and much more?! Have this stunning country cottage chart handy to whip up a hand-stitched card or sweet mini gift in no time – your recipients are sure to love this blissful abode.

Country Cottage House Cross Stitch Pattern by Gathered

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9. Gingerbread House Cross Stitch Pattern by Yarnspirations

Making a gingerbread house is a favorite Christmas activity. Here’s one that isn’t messy and has no calories! Stitch this cute Gingerbread House to add to your Christmas decotions.

Gingerbread House Cross Stitch Pattern by Yarnspirations

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10. Victorian Houses Cross Stitch Pattern by Pretty Stitch Art

These colorful victorian houses design is perfect to inject some color into your home and will make a lovely framed decoration.

Victorian Houses Cross Stitch Pattern by Pretty Stitch Art

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11. Sunshine House Cross Stitch Pattern by Little Stitch Girl

This fun cross stitch pattern will brighten your home and bring a piece of summer inside. Summer brings those bright, fun colors, daisies, picnics, and the beautiful, lush tree leaves. Enjoy this summer with a quick and simple cross stitch project that will brighten up your home.

Sunshine House Cross Stitch Pattern by Little Stitch Girl

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12. Yellow Row Houses Cross Stitch Pattern by Plum Water Designs

This modern design is based on cheerful depiction of a row of tall yellow houses. It would look great on a pillow or framed on a wall.

Yellow Row Houses Cross Stitch Pattern by Plum Water Designs

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13. Glow In The Dark House Cross Stitch Pattern by Lumi Lua Shop

Prepare for the spooky season with this original embroidery with a secret that reveals only in the dark. A great home decoration and great present for your friends that will for sure make them surprised!

Glow In The Dark House Cross Stitch Pattern by Lumi Lua Shop

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14. Autumn House Cross Stitch Pattern by Waxing Moon Designs

Faling leaves are waving summer goodbye! These three homes are celebrating the arrival of fall. The trees in the front lawn are filled with abundant color. As a little breeze comes by, the leaves begin to fall, creating a colorful collection in the front yard. It’s the perfect time to pickup a rake and jump in on the fun!

Autumn House Cross Stitch Pattern by Waxing Moon Designs

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15. 4 Seasons Cross Stitch Houses

4 Seasons Cross Stitch Houses are a terrific pattern. They would look absolutely divine in your sitting room. Have you ever done cross stitch? I tried a few pieces when I was younger, and actually, thinking back, I really enjoyed it.

It’s quite relaxing, just making small regular stitches. It can be taken anywhere, done while you sit in the waiting room somewhere, picked up and put down at any time, and doesn’t make any mess. The materials are freely available and not too expensive. And the end result can be quite stunning!

Free cross stitch patterns. A House For All Seasons counted cross stitch charts, free cross stitch pattern. Embroidery pattern.

Whether you turn your cross stitch into a framed work of art or incorporate it into another craft, such as making it into a cushion or handmade card – cross stitch is a lovely craft activity to try.

Patterns can be expensive though, so when I came across this free bundle I was so taken with them. What a gorgeous series, and all 4 patterns are free. Give these a try.

They are rated as beginner and you’ll be so delighted with the end result. These small pieces are great to begin with and would make such cute cards.

House Cross Stitch Pattern Finished Size

If stitched on 14 Count Aida Cloth over 1 thread, finished dimensions of each is approx. 4.5 x 7.25 inches.

House Cross Stitch Materials

  • You will need 1 skein of each listed color of DMC floss
  • even weave fabric of your choice
  • a tapestry needle
  • an embroidery hoop and embroidery scissors
  • Materials for finishing your stitched piece. (ie: Frame or materials to make a pillow, etc…)

Download Free Cross Stitch Chart Here

SURELY, THESE CROSS STITCH HOUSE PATTERNS WILL HAVE US DREAMING OF LONG AFTERNOONS SPENT STITCHING!

Show off your masterpieces by sharing photos of your finished cross-stitched houses on our Facebook Page. And browse our cross stitch patterns archives for more fun and colorful designs!

What are you waiting for? Thread your needle and start stitching these cross stitch house patterns!

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