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Winter Barnaby Cross Stitch Pattern

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(10) Name: 'Embroidery : Winter Barnaby Cross Stitch Pattern
Winter Barnaby Cross Stitch Pattern Winter Barnaby Cross Stitch Pattern

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • This pattern is perfect for a complete beginner, as long as you can pick up a needle this is perfect for you.
  • Counted cross stitch ability will help, but this is a good first piece if you've never done cross stitch before.

Pattern Description:

As with us, Barnaby gets cold as we get closer to Christmas and Winter, to keep him warm he has his little hat and scarf. Winter Barnaby is the second in our collection Barnaby & Friends.

Fabric: 14 count aida
Grid Size: 33 stitches (width) by 40 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.

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  • Pattern is based on 14 count aida (however you can used 16 or 18 count if preferred)
  • DMC or alternative cross stitching threads
  • Cross stitch / Embroidery needle

You Will Also Need:

  • Time, patience and an afternoon / evening (or two) to settle down and enjoy stitching.

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