Wild Rumpus Modern Cross Stitch Pattern, Instant Download, Where the Wild Things Are, Modern Embroidery


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Let the Wild Rumpus start!

A modern cross stitch pattern designed to be simple and relaxing to stitch.

It measures 117 stitches wide by 97 stitches high giving it a finished stitched area of:

18 ct aida - 6.33" x 6.33" (16cm x 13cm)

This is a PDF file of a cross stitch pattern, not the finished product. It includes an easy to read full color chart and list of DMC thread colors.

Your pattern will be available to download via email as soon as payment is complete.

***Remember: needlework should be enjoyable - no persnickety patterns here! So smile, breathe in, and breathe out. Needle up, needle down. Everything is good.***

If you have any questions about the pattern or the download process, please don't hesitate to convo me or email me at modernstitchtherapy [at] gmail.com.

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Average review
Apr 1, 2018 by Sammi Dunn
Mar 20, 2018 by Nicola Asker
Feb 20, 2018 by Hillary Nestrick
Beautiful pattern and simple to make. Very pleased with my purchase.
Oct 28, 2017 by Rachel Simpson
Jun 26, 2017 by Sarah Krammen

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