Patch Patterns: Aro Arrows

Six digitally-created versions of cross stitch pride patches, arranged in two rows of three, against a background of a textured partially-translucent aromantic pride flag. Text between the two rows reads Aro Pride Patches in black type. Patches include a rectangular patch in aroflux zigzag stripes, an idemromantic heart, an aro flag text patch reading "aro", a square in quoiromantic stripes, an arrow design in allo-aro colours and a second arrow in nebularomantic colours.

Here you’ll find all my aro arrow patch patterns! For more information on the stitching process, please see my patch pattern tutorial page, my arrow pattern tutorial post and my arrow pattern collection posts.

Header links will take you to posts demonstrating sewn examples (if available).

Notes on Pattern Structure

Full coloured blocks or crosses indicate a full cross stitch.

Outlines indicate backstitch.

Blocks or crosses divided on the diagonal by a line of backstitch, each half a different colour, indicate quarter stitches. Please see my first text tutorial for more information on backstitching outlines and placing quarter/fractional stitches.

Space for edging your patch is not shown in the patterns below. You’ll need to allow additional blocks for this when cutting your swatch, depending on how narrow or thick you like your edges.

Arrow Pattern – 17 Block, Three Stripe

Three and five stripe variant:

All 17 block arrow patterns fit a rectangle 63 stitches wide and 17 stitches high. Assuming a three stitch border, as for my other patches, this means you’ll want a 66 x 20 block swatch plus any excess (if used unmodified).

Arrow Pattern – 17 Block, Four Stripe

Aego, caligo and demi variants:

All 17 block arrow patterns fit a rectangle 63 stitches wide and 17 stitches high. Assuming a three stitch border, as for my other patches, this means you’ll want a 66 x 20 block swatch plus any excess (if used unmodified).

Arrow Pattern – 17 Block, Five Stripe

Apothi, ay, caed and demi variants:

Jump, priori aro and spike variants:

Three/four and five stripe variants:

All 17 block arrow patterns fit a rectangle 63 stitches wide and 17 stitches high. Assuming a three stitch border, as for my other patches, this means you’ll want a 66 x 20 block swatch plus any excess (if used unmodified).

Arrow Pattern – 17 Block, Six Stripe

All 17 block arrow patterns fit a rectangle 63 stitches wide and 17 stitches high. Assuming a three stitch border, as for my other patches, this means you’ll want a 66 x 20 block swatch plus any excess (if used unmodified).

Arrow Pattern – 17 Block, Seven Stripe

All 17 block arrow patterns fit a rectangle 63 stitches wide and 17 stitches high. Assuming a three stitch border, as for my other patches, this means you’ll want a 66 x 20 block swatch plus any excess (if used unmodified).

Arrow Pattern – 17 Block, Eight Stripe

Spike and vague variants:

All 17 block arrow patterns fit a rectangle 63 stitches wide and 17 stitches high. Assuming a three stitch border, as for my other patches, this means you’ll want a 66 x 20 block swatch plus any excess (if used unmodified).

Arrow Pattern – 17 Block, Nine Stripe

All 17 block arrow patterns fit a rectangle 63 stitches wide and 17 stitches high. Assuming a three stitch border, as for my other patches, this means you’ll want a 66 x 20 block swatch plus any excess (if used unmodified).

Arrow Pattern – 17 Block, Ten Stripe

Four and five stripe variant:

All 17 block arrow patterns fit a rectangle 63 stitches wide and 17 stitches high. Assuming a three stitch border, as for my other patches, this means you’ll want a 66 x 20 block swatch plus any excess (if used unmodified).

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