Small Size Mr. Toad's Wild Ride Cross Stitch Pattern PDF (Pattern Only)

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*** Please be aware that these listings are for virtual patterns that you can print off at home, or view via a computer or tablet. All patterns are downloadable in PDF format, and require Adobe Reader or Preview for Mac to view/print them ***

This is a pdf pattern of the nostalgic poster for Mr. Toad's Wild Ride from the Disney Parks for cross stitch fun.

Patterns are done on 28 count even-weave cloth for the most detail, so they will be larger if you use a lower count fabric. This listing if for the pattern only, not a kit. The patterns is pretty detailed and no back stitching or half stitches were used in the designs, only full stitches. If you are interested in a kit or to request a custom pattern, convo me :)

I have it in both a large size for display on a wall which measures 11.75" x 17.93" (329 x 502 stitches) and a smaller size to embroider a shirt, bag or something else that measures 5.5" x 8.39" (154 x 235 stitches) These measurements are without any sort of borders added in, this is the size of the actual design

Comes as a PDF file with full color/symbol chart and DMC floss listings. (if you need it converted, let me know and I will take care of it) Full cross stitches only!

This pattern is for personal use only. Please do not redistribute or copy this pattern in any format.

Pattern will be delivered digitally, once payment is cleared it will be available for download from etsy.

Kits are also available for any of my patterns that will include floss, fabric, needle, picture of finished product and a printed pattern, convo me if you are interested and I will set up a reserve listing especially for you :-D

Patterns will be sent in PDF format and should be compatible on most computers.

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Love it, can't wait to make it !!!
Mar 27, 2015 by Micki Lang
I tried to work with this pattern for several days, but it just isn't working. Considering it is a cartoon image, there are no hard lines in the pattern - all of the colors are blended into too many shades that make stitching overly complicated.
Jul 2, 2014 by SSHange

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