Funny Cross Stitch Pattern, You're Tolerable I Suppose, Subversive Embroidery, Sarcastic Hoop Art, Jane Austen - PDF, Instant Download

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My little nod to Pride and Prejudice. A great way to remind your loved one of how much they mean to you. Stitch it up and hang it on the bedroom wall so they have to look at it every single day. Would look great in a frame or hoop.

This listing is for the pattern only. No physical item will be sent. It is an instant download PDF. The PDF will include a color digital stitch image, black and white symbols on grid, symbols on colored blocks on grid, and DMC color chart.

The stitched image is 103 x 97 stitches. This pattern uses full stitching only.

If you have any questions about this pattern, please contact me.

If you would like a finished product of this pattern, contact me for pricing.

Copyright 2016 CraftTimeinArkham. This pattern is for personal use only, a finished product is a derivative work and no amount may be sold without permission from the copyright owner. If you would like to sell your finished products, whether for charity or profit, you must get a licensing agreement from the copyright owner. Redistribution of my patterns in any form is not permitted.


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All Patterns Are Copyright 2014-2018 CraftTimeInArkham. These patterns are for personal use only, a finished product is a derivative work and no amount may be sold without permission from the copyright owner. If you would like to sell your finished products, whether for charity or profit, you must get permission from CraftTimeInArkham. Redistribution of CraftTimeInArkham's patterns in any form is not permitted.

No problem! I can always redo a pattern in any colors you prefer. Just shoot me a convo.

That is a matter of personal preference and it depends on what size you want your final piece to be. I give the stitch count in all of the product descriptions so that you can figure out what final size will work best for your project. To figure out your final size take the stitch count provided and divide it by the count of aida you wish to use (example, 54 stitches on 18 count aida will be approximately 3 inches when stitched) .

Most stitchers use 2 strands of floss on 14 or 18 count aida. This standard can change with how large or small your aida count is. But, really it's as many or as few as you want. This is completely up to you, the stitcher. If you want a color packed, very full looking piece, use more threads. If you want very clean X's and background cloth showing between, use less.

If you are having difficulties locating the files you have purchased, try following this url to an Etsy help article which may be able to aid in troubleshooting the problem. https://www.etsy.com/help/article/3949 If you are still having difficulties with locating/downloading the files, please let me know. I would be happy to e-mail a copy directly to you.

I got it from www.etsy.com/shop/RoKDesignStudio

All Patterns Are Copyright 2014-2018 CraftTimeInArkham. These patterns are for personal use only, a finished product is a derivative work and no amount may be sold without permission from the copyright owner. If you would like to sell your finished products, whether for charity or profit, you must get permission from CraftTimeInArkham. Redistribution of CraftTimeInArkham's patterns in any form is not permitted.

No problem! I can always redo a pattern in any colors you prefer. Just shoot me a convo.

That is a matter of personal preference and it depends on what size you want your final piece to be. I give the stitch count in all of the product descriptions so that you can figure out what final size will work best for your project. To figure out your final size take the stitch count provided and divide it by the count of aida you wish to use (example, 54 stitches on 18 count aida will be approximately 3 inches when stitched) .

Most stitchers use 2 strands of floss on 14 or 18 count aida. This standard can change with how large or small your aida count is. But, really it's as many or as few as you want. This is completely up to you, the stitcher. If you want a color packed, very full looking piece, use more threads. If you want very clean X's and background cloth showing between, use less.

If you are having difficulties locating the files you have purchased, try following this url to an Etsy help article which may be able to aid in troubleshooting the problem. https://www.etsy.com/help/article/3949 If you are still having difficulties with locating/downloading the files, please let me know. I would be happy to e-mail a copy directly to you.

I got it from www.etsy.com/shop/RoKDesignStudio



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Apr 4, 2018 by Suzanne DeNeau Galley
This pattern is wonderful. Beautifully laid out, and clean. I love it.
Aug 13, 2017 by Katrina
I am making this for my sisters for Christmas gifts this year. A little early I know, but I am pretty busy so the earlier I can get started, the better! I started the project last night and can't wait to finish it!
Mar 17, 2016 by sbaker13815

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