This baby quilt features Swiss crosses in a mix of red, teal and gray. It has a handmade modern style that would be a sweet gift for a baby girl or boy.
This gray Swiss cross wall hanging comes from one of my favorite Etsy shops, Miniature Rhino. It has a modern handmade style that would look great mixed in with frames on a gallery wall.
If you love the Swiss cross pattern, you may consider tiling the bathroom with rows of shiny gold Swiss cross shapes.
I would love this blanket for my sofa. The repeat Swiss cross pattern looks great in red and white.
This vintage Swiss blanket has a masculine style that would balance a space with lots of girly accessories.
Here's a cool way to store toys, magazines or towels in the bathroom. I love the combination of the black Swiss cross and the rustic coffee sack fabric.
This baby blanket features a black and white Swiss cross pattern. It would create a graphic photo backdrop for all those newborn pics.
If your bathroom lacks storage, here's a vintage-style cabinet that spells out its function with the classic red cross. Each cabinet is custom made using reclaimed wood.
Who said the Swiss cross has to be in red? Here's a quilt using a hot pink Swiss cross pattern.
Here's a helpful gift to leave by the bedside in a guest room. This Swiss cross–stamped muslin pouch makes the perfect container for a handy mini first-aid kit for overnight guests.
The pop of orange makes for a bold color combination on this handmade pillow. When you get bored of the orange, reverse the pillow cover for a yellow Swiss cross. It's two for one!
This handmade pouch is on my wish list. I'd love to use it to organize little stuff on my desk, perhaps all my loose receipts.
Jonathan Adler designed a Swiss cross rug that's available in a few colors. The pattern would make a simple and bold statement in a room.
This simple iPhone case is a standout favorite. The tiny black Swiss cross pattern protects your phone in style.
Send a loved one your well-wishes with this hand-stamped card. It's one of those cool cards that you'd be likely to keep and display after you receive it.
Washi tape is so popular in the craft world, so of course, you can now find the on-trend Swiss cross as a washi tape pattern.