Lavender and Lace has created some of the most beautiful and intricate cross stitch patterns that ever hit the market. The Lavender and Lace cross stitch patterns often feature angels, fairies, Christmas motifs, flowers and gardens.
The patterns are highly detailed and are not for the beginner cross stitcker. If you are an advanced cross stitcher that loves a challenge, you will adore these elaborate and sophisticated patterns.
Below are 16 of the most beautiful and striking Lavender and Lace cross stitch patterns we were able to find. We have included paid patterns, free patterns and kits.
1. Angel of Freedom Lavender and Lace Cross Stitch Pattern by Marilyn Leavitt-Imblum
This beautiful Lavender and Lace cross stitch pattern pictures a Victorian Christmas Angel flying over a small village. She holds a small wreath and is wearing a white and blue gown with cranberry coloured ribbons.
This is a pattern only. The materials needed are not included. To finish the project, you will need 32 colours of DMC floss and 16 count fabric. The completed design stitched area is 10 3/4″ x 14 3/4″.
2. Ice Angel Lavender and Lace Cross Stitch Pattern from
This beautiful Ice Angel is flying over a small tree. The angel is dressed in a beautiful lace gown with long blue ribbons. It is recommended that you stitch this angel on 32 count Twilight Blue Linen with DMC floss.
There are 18 colours of DMC floss used. The completed design stitch area is 14 ½” x 16”.
3. “Peace Be With You” Lavender and Lace Cross Stitch Pattern on Tiag.com
Here is a free Baby Jesus cross stitch pattern. The pattern is beautiful and pictures Jesus wrapped in a white and blue blanket. This pattern was designed to be stitched on 32 count natural light grey linen.
It uses 17 colours of DMC floss, gold beads and bright gold and dark gold braid. The finished design area is 6” x 4 ¾”.
4. Celtic Spring Lavender & Lace Cross Stitch Chart by Marilyn Leavitt-Imblum
The lady is framed in intricate Celtic motifs. Her hair is the colour of honey and it is adorned with flowers. Her long flowing dress is purple, lavender, and gold. This is a pattern only.
The supplies needed to complete the pattern are not included. The stitch count is 156 stitches wide and 239 stitches high. It uses 33 colours of DMC floss and 5 types of beads.
5. Guardian Angel Lavender and Lace Cross Stitch Chart from Petestreasuretrove
Here is another gorgeous angel Lavender and Lace cross stitch pattern. The pattern was designed by Marilyn Leavitt-Imblum. To complete this amazing pattern, you will need 32 count natural linen fabric and 33 colours of DMC floss. The stitch count is 179 stitches wide and 232 stitches high.
6. Heavenly Gifts Lavender and Lace Counted Stitch Pattern from DebsCraftDen
Here is a stunning trio of angels from Marilyn Leavitt-Imblum. They are carrying the plentiful gifts of the spirit. This pattern is stitched on 32 count or 16 count Twilight Blue linen.
The finished design size is 12″ x 13 3/4″. The stitch count is 221 stitches wide x 190 stitches high.
7. Nantucket Rose Lace Lavender and Lace Cross Stitch Pattern by Marilyn Leavitt-Imblum
A young lady rests near a small grey and white cottage by the sea. She is seated under a tree and is surrounded by roses. Her shawl and dress drape elegantly over the edge of the design. This pattern is created using a pink and grey colour palette.
The pattern was designed to be stitched on 32 count dove grey linen. The stitch count is 167 stitches wide x 228 stitches high. The project size is 10.4” x 14.3”. You will need 45 shades of stranded cottons.
8. 1997 Christmas Angel Free Lavender and Lace Cross Stitch Pattern
Here is the 1997 Christmas Angel that is a free Lavender and Lace cross stitch pattern. This lovely angel is wearing a red and gold gown. And holding a bouquet of flowers.
This free cross stitch pattern is stitched on either 32 count Teal Green linen or Dark Green linen. There are 27 colours of DMC floss, 2 Mill Head beads, and 2 braids. The finished design size is 2 ¾” x 6 ¾”.
9. Angel of Hope Lavender and Lace Cross Stitch Pattern by Marilyn Leavitt-Imblum
The Lavender and Lace Angel of Hope pattern was designed during Desert Storm. The angel and the yellow ribbons represent world peace.
The Angel of Hope pattern is stitched on 16 count bay leaf or 32 count natural linen fabric. The stitch size is 167 stitches wide x 283 stitches tall.
10. Peace Angel L43 by Lavender and Lace
Here is a stunning angel pattern designed by Marilyn Leavitt-Imblum. Her gown is huge and flowing around her. Her wings are spread high above her head.
The design uses 22 shades of stranded cottons in 42 skeins, Mill Hill glass seed beads #4 braid. The photo was stitched on 32 count blue linen. The finish stitch count is 208 stitches wide x 350 stitches high.
11. Fairy Dreams Lavender and Lace Cross Stitch Chart from TWkitsNcharts
Here is a fairy Lavender and Lace cross stitch pattern. It is created using a beautiful mauve colour palette. This pattern is a whimsical take on a childlike fairy floating across the forest of sleep. She is carrying strands of beads that represent the seeds of mystic dreams.
This fanciful pattern was designed to be stitched on 28 count dusty green linen. It has a stitch count of 171 stitches wide x 255 stitches high. The design area is 12 ½” x 18 ¼”. It requires 44 colours of DMC floss, beads and #8 braid.
12. Complete Xstitch Materials – Song of Christmas by Lavender and Lace
If you are looking for a Lavender and Lace cross stitch kit, this one is incredible. The pattern features Santa Claus, two angels and the baby Jesus in front of a lighted Christmas tree. The stitch count is 200 stitches wide x 271 stitches high.
The design area is 12 ½” x 17”. The kit includes 32 colours of DMC floss, 5 types of Mill Hill Beads, 2 Kreinik braids and 3 Rainbow Gallery threads. The linen is not included. However, you can request it with your order.
13. Celtic Autumn Lavender and Lace Cross Stitch pattern by Marilyn Leavitt-Imblum
This pattern goes along with the Celtic Spring Lavender and Lace cross stitch pattern. The lady in this design is also framed in an intricate Celtic motif. Her hair is the colour of honey and it is adorned with flowers.
Her long flowing dress is white, purple, lavender, and gold. This is a pattern only. The supplies needed to complete the pattern are not included. The stitch count is 157 stitches wide and 238 stitches high.
It uses 29 colours of DMC floss and 5 types of Mill Hill beads.
14 . Christmas Angel Free Lavender and Lace Cross Stitch by Marilyn Leavitt-Imblum
Here is another free Lavender and Lace cross stitch pattern. Although this pattern was created for Christmas of 1993, you can leave the 1993 Merry Christmas back stitching off.
This pattern was designed to be stitched on 32 count white linen. It uses 24 colours of DMC floss, and seed beads. The finished design area is 4” x 4 1/2”.
15. Angel of the Sea Lavender and Lace pattern from NikkisGlenNeedlework
The lovely angel pictured in this Lavender and Lace cross stitch pattern is rising out of the waves, cradling a baby in her arms. You will need 31 shades of stranded cottons in 37 skeins, Kreinik #4 braid and Mill Hill seed beads.
The stitch count is 209 stitches wide by 248 stitches high. The pictured design was stitched on 32 count linen.
16. Nantucket Rose Lavender and Lace Pattern by Marilyn Leavitt-Imblum
Lavander and Lace is widely known for their beautiful angels and fairies. That’s why it is pardonable if your eyes seem fixated on the portrait.
In the portrait, it appears like it is a beautiful day when the blue sea is calm. There’s a grayish-white cottage on the seaside and trees on its surroundings.
Meanwhile, on the not so far forest is the beautiful lady resting under the tree and alongside her is the pink rose bushes.
And you know what pink roses represent during the Victorian era? Love, innocence, and healing! Definitely perfect to put in a frame and hang on your walls inside your house, isn’t it?
Perhaps, because of its timeless theme, everyone who will visit your house and take a look at it would feel so amazing.
Why? Because of the moment they would go near to this project, they will see that it is not just a beautiful picture; instead, it is made with time and effort using your cross stitch skills.
CRAFTING IS A GREAT WAY TO PASS THE TIME AND THESE LAVENDER AND LACE CROSS STITCH PATTERNS ARE SURE TO PLEASE. SHOW OFF YOUR CROSS STITCHING SKILLS WITH ONE OF THESE AMAZING DESIGNS
Small, cute patterns are always fun to do. But sometimes, it is nice to have a challenging project that you can be super proud of.
When you finish one of these Lavender and Lace Cross Stitch Patterns, you will not be able to wait to frame it and show it off. Also, you can post your finish works on our Facebook Page.
We hope you enjoyed these stunning lavender and lace cross stitch patterns.