The Eagle Counted Cross Stitch Pattern


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Made in Middle Sackville, Canada

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Thank you for choosing a Charting Creations design. We specialize in large heirloom quality charts.
Each design has been individually crafted using industry leading software and is carefully edited by hand. The first image is the original artwork, and the second is the stitched mock up, which shows you what your finished piece will look like. With over 16 years of stitching experience, we strive to make each chart a piece you will treasure forever.

With your purchase you will receive a PDF chart pack containing:

A Full color cover photo for reference.
A full symbol and usage guide, as well as detailed instructions.
A professionally produced black and white pattern.

Artwork by John Van Straalen

Used under license from Art Licensing International

25 Count, 50.80w X 30.18h cm
18 Count, 70.56w X 41.91h cm
14 Count, 90.71w X 53.88h cm

This chart uses 90 DMC colours and is 500W x 297H

We welcome any questions, comments or concerns about our products. Please feel free to contact us through our Etsy page anytime. Thank you for your purchase!

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    Beautiful, cant wait to start
    Feb 28, 2016 by Rachel Bubolz

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If you are unhappy with your order for any reason please contact me within 5 working days of receiving your chart pack. I will do my best to resolve the problem quickly. Refunds are considered on a case-by-case basis.

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Our charts has been designed and printed with our best intentions of being without mistakes. However, the possibility of human error, printing mistakes or the variation of individual stitching does exist, and we regret that we cannot be responsible for this.