This is a digital file
This little red owl cross measures 75 stitches wide by 60 stitches high. Stitch him in a single color or make changes.
The sample was stitched over one on 28 count linen, and measures about 2 1/2 by 3 inches.
This little fellow is one of 6 available in the cross stitch owl kit. He makes a good first cross stitch project, or a good design to try out stitching on linen or evenweave, whether over one thread or two.
This is a download of the chart only. You will need software that reads a PDF file to read the chart. Download available upon payment.
You might also like
More from this seller
Paypal (or direct through Etsy), please. You no longer need a Paypal account to use Paypal - Paypal will let you pay through a credit card.
Anything shipped to a North Carolina address will have sales taxes added.
Returns & exchanges
- Custom or personalized orders
- Perishable products (like food or flowers)
- Digital downloads
- Intimate items (for health/hygiene reasons)
On anything but custom work and digital downloads, I'll refund 100% of the cost including shipping if you need to return it within 60 days. I may ask questions so that I can get a better idea of how to fix any problems you had, but no guilt required. :)
Please Note - The house and studio are non-smoking, but pet-loving. We live with cats, and dogs visit regularly. If you have allergies, please take this into account when you place your order. Dander and fur floats and gets everywhere, no matter how much care is taken.
Care and Feeding of Jewelry and textile pieces - I'll send a care and feeding card with each piece, but please be aware that especially with beads and sequins, water and dry cleaning fluids can strip color from them and weaken threads and wires used to connect pieces.
So generally speaking, don't dry-clean textiles with beads or sequins, and don't soak your jewelry (don't take showers with it on, and if you get caught in a REALLY bad rainstorm, it might be prudent to stash it deep within your pocket or purse to keep it from getting soaked).