Green Owl Counted Cross Stitch Pattern

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Green Owl Counted Cross Stitch Pattern Pattern

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Green Owl Counted Cross Stitch Pattern Owl Personalized Wall Hanging

Pattern Details:

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Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • cross stitch
  • back stitch

Pattern Description:

Green Owl Counted Cross Stitch Pattern PDF

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I created this little green owl wearing a beanie for a dry erase wall board that I have for sale on Zazzle. He is too cute to just put there, so I had to use him for a counted cross stitch pattern too. I created this pattern to be something that you could personalize for a girl's bedroom or even your own kitchen. He was just too cute! I left a lot of room for you to personalize. I did not include any lettering patterns, although I may do that in the future. He is shown with a simple backstitch lettering. It is a quickie pattern and it will be a cute little wall decoration.

Quick and easy, can be done in one evening while watching television.

Counted Cross Stitch
Stitches: 112 x 134
Size: 8.00 x 9.57 inches or 20.32 x 24.31 cm
Colors: DMC
Count: 5
Original Art
XSTCH-00393

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Materials:

  • dmc thread
  • aida canvas
  • cross stitch needle

About Designer

About Designer

JulieLCleveland on craftsy.com

My Eye for Design
I have been a long-time graphic and photography geek. In the late 60s I was the proud recipient of a first place ribbon at the local and state fair for my photography of a giraffe. My camera was a Brownie, and I was off and running.

My first poem was published when I was nine, and I have not put a pen or camera down since. Between the ribbon and the McCall's magazine ...

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