Anne Boleyn Ornament - Original Cross Stitch Ornament Chart | Inspired by Anne Boleyn's Pendant
This is a digital file
(This listing is for a downloadable cross stitch chart in PDF format, which you will need to download and print prior to use. It is not for a finished project of any type, nor does it include any of the other supplies - such as fabric, floss, and needle – that you will need to stitch the design.)
Commemorate the life and legacy of Anne Boleyn - King Henry VIII’s second (and arguably most (in)famous wife) - with this original cross stitch design inspired by her iconic “B” pendant.
Stitched entirely in full cross stitch (with backstitch accents) with just four colors of floss, this sweet little design measures 33 stitches wide by 52 stitches high and can be stitched on any dark-colored fabric of your choice.
On 32-count linen (stitched over two) or 16-count Aida (stitched over one), it would measure approximately two inches wide by three-and-a-quarter inches high – perfect for finishing as an ornament, pincushion, or small framed piece – and would make a great addition to your home, office, or classroom décor or a wonderful gift for a special “Anne fan” or Tudor history buff.
The color image above shows how the design would look – on Dark Chocolate, Navy, and Ruby Wine Belfast linens – using the DMC colors specified in the pattern.
Your chart will be available for download in PDF format immediately after your payment is processed.
Please feel free to contact me with any questions you may have.
Have a wonderful day, and happy stitching!
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