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Winter Wonderland

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

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Basic Cross Stitch
  • Beads

Pattern Description:

This beautiful design is stitched in the cool blues and purples of winter using threads from The Gentle Art with Mill Hill beads accenting the border. This piece will look great on your wall during any season or even made into a small pillow.

Uses whole stitches only. Stitched using 7 Gentle Art Sampler Threads and Mill Hill beads on 14-count Blue Blizzard Aida. Stitch size is 129w x 129h. Designed by Tracy Fuchs of Colorful Cross Stitch Creations.

Includes color picture of completed design, chart, floss key, and instructions.

The pattern will be available for digital download once your payment processes. At that time, you will instantly receive a notification informing you that the pattern you purchased is ready for download.

Pattern is in PDF format, which requires Adobe Reader, a free download available from adobe.com.

Pattern is for personal use only and may not be resold or shared in any format. Finished piece may be sold in moderation.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 14 ct and 28 ct over 2 - 9-1/8" x 9-1/8"
  • 16 ct - 8" X 8"
  • 18 ct - 7-1/8" X 7-1/8"
  • Stitch count - 129w x 129h

Materials:

  • 7 Gentle Art Sampler Threads
  • Aida cloth or Linen
  • #24 Tapestry needle
  • Beading needle, or needle small enough for beads to fit over
  • Scissors
  • Hoop, Q-snaps, or scroll bars
  • Mill Hill beads
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$6.50

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About the designer

My name is Tracy Fuchs and I am the designer behind Colorful Cross Stitch creations. My goal is to design a variety of colorful patterns so that everyone will be able to find something that they ...

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