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'Alphabet' sampler, Cross stitch. Green


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This 'ABC' counted cross stitch kit design merges the old with the new, the classic with the contemporary.This purchase is for a printable PDF file of my 'Green Alphabet' design and consists of: A colored image to assist you while you work. A counted, cross stitch chart designed by myself. (One square represents one cross stitch) A list of the 9 DMC colours used to create the sampler. A alphabet font and directions for optional personalisation (see last image) And finally a getting started guide for those that need it. This beautiful image will make a fantastic edition to any nursery, a perfect adornment for any wall. For century's ladies have used the alphabet to display their needle craft skills, hear is your chance to create your very own masterpiece that will last the test of time. This fresh design is created using a stunning, limited palette of 9 shades of green. Although the finished image will impress your friends with an appearance of complexity, by working on one letter at a time you will be astounded by the how simple this pattern is to follow. It is effectively 26 mini projects in one. Go on give it a go....... BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY This comes with instructions for beginner SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Once complete the stitch size is 15cm wide by 19cm high

Recommended with this pattern

  • Cotton Aida. Embroidery threads. Embroidery hoop and scissors

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I am an artist and designer living and working in London. Having graduated with a degree in fine art from one of London's leading art schools, I am now excited to be channeling my love of colour and design in to creating a collection of modern cross stitch designs fit for the contemporary crafter. I draw on my experience as a painter by carefully selecting the colour pallets that form the starting point for each design.