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Doctor Who- The Empty Child


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This is a "Doctor Who" inspired item. You are purchasing a PDF pattern in which to cross stitch your own. This design is based on the episode "The Empty Child" from season 1. This is a simplistic one thread color pattern. The photos to the right are as follows: Top: My original illustration that I created the pattern from. Second: Approximation of what your finished piece will look like. Third: A sample of what the PDF pattern looks like that you will receive via instant download I am happy to walk anyone through a cross stitch project, please don't hesitate to contact me with any questions. My patterns are for the personal use of the purchaser only, please do not resell. Again, what you are purchasing is a PDF cross stitch pattern that will be available for instant download as soon as payment is received. Thank you for looking and Happy Stitching!!! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Cross Stitching SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 6.50" W X 10.71" H 91W x 150H stitches

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I'm a transplanted Bostonian with a BFA from Mass College of Art and a background in Illustration before that from the Art Institute of Boston...a small, private Art School not to be confused with the other Art Institutes that are in large cities around the US. While my first loves are painting and printmaking, I have also over the course of my life enjoyed playing with thread. I would stitch furiously for a few months then drop it and get busy with other things only to pick it up again a few years later...which is where I am now and how I happened onto this website. I am obsessed with cross stitching and hope to learn the techniques necessary to create more of my own patterns. Thanks for stopping by. ~Jeannie