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What's better than one calculus? Two calculi! (Wow, spellcheck actually accepts calculi as a word. Um, I mean...) The First Fundamental Theorem of Calculus brings differential calculus and integral calculus together into one harmonious thing that works wonderfully unless you have functions that aren't continuous and then things get weird. Here's a pattern for a sampler that features this awesome theorem in symbolic form. Stitch for the math nerds in your life, including yourself. Hang it on your wall and show off your math pride!
- type: cross stitch
- size: 80 by 121 stitches
- finished size: 4.5" by 6.75" on 18 count Aida (shown in photo)
With your purchase, you will receive:
- a single page PDF pattern for digital use or printing
- two PDFs, each with half of an enlarged pattern, for printing
- a PDF information sheet
- pattern key and DMC floss list on every page of the pattern
All of our PDF patterns are designed both for use digitally and for printing on US letter sized paper.
Please note that this listing is only for a digital copy of the pattern, and not for the finished piece or a kit / supplies to make the finished piece. Since it is a digital file, no refunds or exchanges will be provided. Please make sure you understand our shop's purchase policies before purchasing!
This listing does not come with instructions on how to cross stitch the design, or how to cross stitch in general. If you'd like help learning how to cross stitch, send me a note or visit the friendly folks at reddit.com/r/crossstitch!
Remember: this pattern is for your personal, non-commercial, use only. Feel free to send someone the pattern of your finished piece as a gift. But please don't resell the pattern! If you'd like to sell your finished piece, please contact me to discuss permission.