Water Lily 1 cross stitch pattern
Water Lily 1 cross stitch pattern

Floral cross stitch pattern of four Water Lily flowers and buds (Nymphaea gigantea). An aquatic perennial plant native to tropical and sub-tropical Australia and New Guinea. On first blossom, petals are a light purple-blue colour that mature to light blue or white. These plants are also known as “Blue Cloud”.

A large embroidery pattern that will take a little time to create. It is well worth the wait once you have a beautiful piece that you’ve created by hand.

A perfect cross stitch gift for a nature lover or an admirer of Ellis Rowan paintings. Why not get your creative juices flowing and dive into something new today?

Where can I buy this product online?

Australia & New Zealand

Make your own cross stitch kit! Buy the digital cross stitch pattern, DMC thread, Aida fabric, sewing needles and more. All available on Itchy Stitchy*. Or you can buy the digital cross stitch pattern separately.

* Ships to Australia and New Zealand only.

Buy on Itchy Stitchy - Water Lily 1 cross stitch pattern


Buy the digital cross stitch pattern only.

* If you don't have an Australian or New Zealand shipping address you will need to choose this option.

Buy on Etsy - Water Lily 1 cross stitch pattern

Water Lily 1 embroidery chart details

Stitch count:140 x 204 (13,941 total stitches)
Size:25.4 x 29 cm (10 x 11.4 inches) with 14 count Aida (not including margins)
Thread colours:60 DMC stranded cotton
Recommended skill level:Beginner / Easy
Stitch types used:Whole cross stitches
Tags:Australian native, Ellis Rowan, Historical artwork
RRP:AUD $10.00 (price excludes GST/VAT)


Rowan, Ellis. (1911). Nymphaea gigantea Hook., family Nymphaeaceae, 1911?. National Library of Australia. http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-138797561

Water Lily 1 source
Water Lily 1 source image

Please leave a review

We are glad you have chosen to leave a review. Please keep in mind that reviews are moderated according to our comment policy. Your email address will not be published.

Required fields are marked *.