Vintage Sewing Machine Counted Cross Sti

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Vintage Sewing Machine Counted Cross Sti Pattern


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Embroidery: Vintage Sewing Machine Counted Cross Sti
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details




Hand Embroidery

Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Counted Cross Stitch
  • Back Stitch

Pattern Description:

This is a counted cross stitch pattern designed by me.

This Vintage Sewing Machine would make a great gift for the quilter/sewer in your life . The pattern itself would make a great gift for a beginner cross stitcher also. This pattern uses full cross stitches and very little back stitching. There are no half stitches. There are only six colors needed to complete this pattern.

Skill Level : Beginner

What you will get :
* PDF pattern you can print with:
* Color image of the finished design
* Color Stitch Diagram
* Material list which includes DMC color table and instructions.
You may sell finished products but please provide an active link to my store at

There is a lot of time that goes into these patterns so please appreciate the time I spend creating them by not selling them as your own or distributing them for free.

Copyright Melissa Graham 2012

Due to the electronic nature of the pattern, no refunds can be given after the email has been sent. If you have any questions about this pattern, please ask before ordering. If you find any errors or would like this same pattern in different colors please contact me by email ( blog(

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Stitch Count 53 x 36


  • Aida Cloth or Linen
  • DMC Floss

You Will Also Need:

  • Needle

About Designer

About Designer

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Mel's Daisy Patch
by MelsDaisyPatch
In The Country, In Arknasas
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SAHM to two wonderful children 1 girl and 1 boy. I love to crochet, cross stitch, and do all kinds of crafts. I relearned to crochet in 2007 after I lost my Mom because of a car accident. It was something she always wanted me to do, so to get through that time and stay busy I tried it again and loved it. Thanks Mom!! I have been married to the most wonderful man for over 19 years now. He loves me ...

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