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Cross stitch these two cute pets, a kitten and a dachshund puppy, based on a painting by Julius Adam II. The pattern includes instructions, thread requirements, key, and symbol chart for 58 colors of DMC embroidery floss. When stitched on 18-count Aida, the final design will be 17" x 12". This pattern uses only full cross stitches.
My patterns are created using a combination of image editing software, cross stitch conversion software, and hand correction. The image you see uploaded here is an exact preview, stitch for stitch, of what your final piece will look like. If you zoom in, you can even see the individual cross stitches.
NOTE: This listing is for a pdf of the pattern.
BONUS: If you complete this project and send me a photo of it that I can post as an example in my shop, I will give you a free pattern (downloadable pdf version) of your choice!
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Returns & exchanges
I will accept returns/exchanges for items still in like-new condition, but you pay shipping both ways. Once I have received the returned item, I will refund you the full amount (minus shipping). Unfortunately, I cannot provide refunds for patterns because of their electronic format.
All of my items have been made in a completely smoke-free home, and kept away from pets. I use only high-quality yarns and materials, and all my products are made with the utmost care and attention to detail.
Do you have an image that you would like to see made into a custom pattern? Send me a message for more information. Most (but not all) pictures can be converted into patterns.
A note on image licensing/copyrights: All of the images I've used in my patterns were licensed legally by the original owner, are in the public domain, or came from websites that have no licensing restrictions. If you are the owner of one of the images and you believe that it was NOT licensed properly, PLEASE contact me and let me know, and I will take it down. I do not want to steal anyone's artwork! I am no longer using many of these so-called "free" image sites because I've found out they're giving out pirated artwork, and I definitely appreciate Etsy users who help keep me informed :)