A Vintage Art Deco Butterfly Life Magazine cover cross stitch pattern.
This chart uses 75 DMC colors and the finished size is 180 x 200 stitches, which is approximately - • 11.2" x 12.5" - 16 count Aida (285mm x 318mm) • 12.8" x 14 - 14 count Aida (325mm x 356mm) • 10" x 11" - 18 count Aida (254mm x 280mm)
You will receive an Instant Download PDF file that contains - • A complete chart with black and white symbols • A second version of the chart that features black and white enlarged symbols for easy viewing • A third version of the chart that features symbols with color • A color simulation of the finished picture • Easy, complete instructions • DMC thread list and amount to purchase
Please note, this is a PDF pattern file only and no paper copies, thread, fabric or supplies are included.
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