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Arcadia is a beautiful glittering dream city, designed to look great on any bright colored or black fabric. Inspired by Mary Blair's concept art for It's a Small World, this would be a lovely addition to a modern nursery, a gift for a Disney fan, or just perfect for any fan of mid-century modern design. Check out the last photo to see how this would look on other fabric colors!
Pattern PDF includes:
- full color chart
- list of thread colors
- color photo for reference
- separate "Cross Stitch Basics" PDF for beginners
- 10" x 8" on 14 count Aida
Shown stitched on Charles Craft 14 count Aida in "Polar Ice"
This listing is for a digital pattern only. The PDF file of the pattern will be available for instant download once payment is confirmed. If you have any questions about the pattern or the download process, please send me a message. Please read my Shop Policies regarding refunds on digital files before purchasing.
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© 2015 Jody Rice - Satsuma Street Inc
Satsuma Street Cross Stitch Patterns are for personal use only. Do not copy. Patterns are copyright protected and may not be redistributed, reproduced, sold, or shared in any manner. Copyright infringement is a crime.
All photos and listing text © 2015 Jody Rice - Satsuma Street Inc. Any use of these photos on your blog or any other site must include a credit and link to satsumastreet.etsy.com
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Printed charts and kits may be returned within 14 days, provided they are unopened and in as-new condition. Return shipping is the buyer's responsibility. Once the item has been returned and inspected, a refund will be issued within three business days.
If for any reason you are not happy with your purchase, please let me know how I can fix the problem and I'll do my best to help.
Q: Do you sell wholesale to shops?
Yes! Satsuma Street charts are available as printed leaflets for needlework shops and websites. Please contact me at satsumastreet[at]gmail.com for a wholesale catalog and ordering info!
Q: What fabric do you use for your samples?
Many of my samples, including the city patterns, are stitched on Fiddler's Cloth, which is a type of Aida that has a variegated, natural look to it. It's available from many craft stores and online sellers, just search for "Fiddler's Aida".
Q: I don't cross stitch. Do you sell finished cross stitch pieces?
Unfortunately, I cannot sell the finished pieces. I only make one sample, and I need to keep them for publicity purposes. You should really try cross stitch though...I think you'll like it.
Q: Would you make a custom pattern for me?
I'm currently too busy to take requests for custom patterns. I may be available to do commissions for publication. If you are interested in publishing my work, please send me a message here, or email me at satsumastreet [at] gmail.com.
Q: Do you have any other city patterns available?
All the patterns I have are in the shop! You can stay in touch with me through Instagram and Facebook to see what I'm currently working on and what will be released next.
Q: Can I sell a piece I've made from a Satsuma Street pattern?
How could you part with it?? No, my patterns are for personal use only and finished pieces, paper patterns or kits may not be sold without my direct permission.
Q: I think someone is selling or sharing Satsuma Street patterns without your permission, what should I do?
They may be an authorized reseller, but if you're not sure please let me know! I vigorously defend my copyrights, so send me a link to the content and I will take it from there.