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Green Aliens Cross Stitch Pattern

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(10) Name: 'Embroidery : Green Aliens Cross Stitch Pattern
Green Aliens Cross Stitch Pattern Green Aliens Cross Stitch Pattern

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Cross Stitching
  • Counted Cross Stitch

Pattern Description:

Everyone loves the Aliens from Toy Story and we are no exception. We created this pattern as a nice simple project for beginners or an easier project for more advanced stitchers. Our Green Alien Cross Stitch Pattern is extremely simple to do and a great starter for beginners.

Fabric: 14 count
Grid Size: 43 stitches (width) by 20 Stitches (height)

It comes with a full colour chart including a codes for DMC threads. If you are using a different brand of thread (such as Anchor) please let us know and we will happily provide the chart using these threads. We will also provide you with a helpful hints and tips PDF as well.

PLEASE NOTE: This digital PDF pattern will be delivered to you via email once payment has been processed.

This is a listing for the digital file PDF pattern ONLY and you are responsible for downloading and printing the pattern yourself. Unfortunately we are unable to give refunds on instant downloadable items.

(c) Stitched with (Love By Us)

Patterns are for personal use only. Please do not distribute copies of this pattern. Finished pieces may be given as gifts, but if you wish to sell them you will need to contact us for permission.

Materials:

  • Aida
  • Threads
  • Needle

You Will Also Need:

  • time
  • Patience


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Hello, we are Amanda & Tom the brains behind Stitched With Love (by us). All of our pieces really are personally stitched with love by us. We only create patterns & items that we would love to ...

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