SALE SPRING STITCHING Digital Download Vintage Father Christmas Santa Claus With Gifts Heart Counted Cross Stitch Chart / Pattern
This is a digital file
This chart was inspired by the artwork from an antique vintage card.
ABOUT THIS CHART:
This chart is created for 14 count fabric.
The finished size will be Size: 10 inches (140 stitches) by 16 inches (224 stitches).
For 40 DMC Cotton Floss colors.
This is a digitally transmitted file. You will not receive anything in the mail. If you want a printed chart in the mail see our listing for a physical chart.
THIS IS NOT A KIT NO FLOSS OR FABRIC IS INCLUDED.
Here is what you get in the digitally transmitted file that you will print:
• A single page (on 11 inch by 17 inch paper) charted graph with a reference key right at the top listing DMC floss or DMC Tapestry wools. You'll even find an exact number count of how many skeins of each floss/wool color you need.
• A tired eye charted graph which is printed on 4 pages of 11 inch by 17 inch paper that will help ease eye strain.
• A floss card for organizing your floss
• A color photo as a guide
Christmas: The word Christmas originated as a compound meaning " Christ’s Mass". It is derived from the Middle English-Christemasse and Old English Cristes mæsse, a phrase first recorded in 1038. "Cristes" is from Greek Christos and "mæsse" is from Latin missa (the holy mass). In Greek, the letter X (chi), is the first letter of Christ, and it, or the similar Roman letter X, has been used as an abbreviation for Christ since the mid-16th century. Hence, Xmas is sometimes used as an abbreviation for Christmas.
Santa Claus, also known as Saint Nicholas, Sinterklaas, Father Christmas, Kris Kringle, or simply "Santa", is a figure who, in many Western cultures, brings gifts to the homes of the good children during the late evening and overnight hours of Christmas Eve, December 24 or on his Feast Day, December 6 (Saint Nicholas Day). The legend may have part of its basis in hagiographical tales concerning the historical figure of gift giver Saint Nicholas. A nearly identical story is attributed by Greek and Byzantine folklore to Basil of Caesarea. Basil's feast day on January 1 is considered the time of exchanging gifts in Greece.
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