Let Your Mind Dwell on These Things - 2 Frames, 16 Words - Counted Cross Stitch Charts & Assembly Instructions - PDF Instant Download
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Let Your Mind Dwell on These Things -
I was inspired by Philippians 4:8, "...whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is of good repute, if there is any excellence and if anything worthy of praise, let you mind dwell on these things" to create a set of small framed words that can be displayed on a desk, table or shelf to help keep me grounded, focused and motivated. I think these would make a thoughtful graduation or confirmation gift.
I chose 16 words: Believe - Faith - Focus - Gentle - Grace - Honor - Hope - Inspire - Integrity - Joy - Love - Patience - Peace - Purpose - Rejoice - Trust
The pattern includes cross stitch charts for each word and for a rosebud vine frame and a lattice frame. The frames are 4.25" square with a 2.75" opening. By cutting the 2.75" opening, the frames can be used to display pictures, other stitcheries or your choice of the words in this pattern as shown in pictures 3 & 4. Or left uncut, as shown in picture 2, the frame and the word can be stitched on the same square of perforated paper for a complete stitchery.
I stitched these on Mill Hill Antique Brown 14 count perforated paper. They can also be stitched on a fabric of your choice & mounted for framing.
The pattern includes stitch charts, supply list, full color photo and instructions for stitching and assembling.
Each square is 59 X 59 stitches (approximately a 4" square on 14 count) - designed for easy stitching on Mill Hill Antique Brown 14 count perforated paper using white DMC pearl cotton size 8 (so you don't have to separate strands of embroidery floss) and an easy to thread, size 28 needle. The finished pieces will be lined with heavy brown card stock for weight & firmness. A 9mm jump ring is used for the hanger on the back.
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