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Finished size on 22 count cloth is 10.9" X 14.4".
Finished size on 18 count cloth is 13.3" X 17.6".
Finished size on 14 count cloth is 17.1" X 22.6".
This is a computer generated pattern. The listing is for the digital pattern in .pdf format only, this is not a kit, it does not include floss, fabric or needle. All designs are originally created for 22 count Aida cloth using up to 90 DMC colors to ensure the finest detail and quality of finished designs. Designs can be stitched out on any size cross stitch fabric. Our detailed patterns turn out beautifully when finished, suitable for framing. Please read listing carefully before bidding and please email us with any questions.
I have been creating counted cross stitch patterns for myself and others for many years, and now make these designs available to you. All patterns start out with photographs which were either taken by myself or from my vast collection of public domain/copyright free images. All patterns are my original creations and are copyrighted by Linaria Dalmatica Designs.
.pdf Pattern includes:
Black & White Symbol pattern spanning multiple pages.
Color pattern spanning multiple pages.
DMC floss legend showing symbols with matching corresponding floss & numbers (If you prefer a different floss brand let us know, we can accommodate most brands).
DMC floss usage chart
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Copyright Linaria Dalmatica Designs. Patterns may not be traded, given away, sold, resold, or combined in any package of patterns. No Sales to dealers or sellers.
I have been creating embroidery art for over thirty years. Having taught myself to embroider by watching the generations of creative seamstresses that came before me, I eventually felt the need to try my hand at new and more challenging ways to express myself. When I was pregnant with my first child I started working with counted cross stitch but found that the patterns available ...
I have been creating embroidery art for over thirty years. Having taught myself to embroider by watching the generations of creative seamstresses that came before me, I eventually felt the need to try my hand at new and more challenging ways to express myself. When I was pregnant with my first child I started working with counted cross stitch but found that the patterns available were not always what I wanted or were so overpriced as to make them unattainable at the time. So I began creating my own patterns, one stitch at a time by hand.
After my son was born I began creating custom children's toys and clothing for him, and for many of my friend's and neighbor's children. Including personalized embroidery and applique work on my custom designs enabled me to create unique one-of-a-kind creations that the children loved as much as their parents.
When I was expecting my fifth child my husband bought me an embroidery machine. I had wanted one for years and I was so excited to put it to work for me. The only problem I found was that the designs were so expensive and the selection was limited. I knew there had to be a better way.
When I started creating my own designs I found that others were constantly asking where I had found them and how could they get them. Thus I started putting together a collection of all of the designs I had created and went to work creating more. I wanted to enable other people to enjoy all the possibilities available without the enormous expense.
The major embroidery design companies want you to believe that anyone who sells designs for less than they do have stolen their designs or are offering inferior quality designs. This is not the case! I have sold hundreds of my design sets and have never had a dissatisfied customer. Every design, whether for machine embroidery or counted cross stitch patterns, is my own creation. I have put in countless hours ensuring that I only offer the finest quality to my customers as I would expect myself.