Chicadee - Modern Cross Stitch Pattern Download - Bird Art

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Geometric counted modern cross stitch PDF Pattern. This pattern is an instant download PDF.

This modern cross stitch design pictures a silhouette of a flying bird that is made of circles.

Polygonal art is getting old! Try the unexpected - pointilist modern designs of birds, animals and plants. This geometric pattern paints a fine mosaic of dots and circles over a checked canvas.

It presents just the right amount of difficulty to make it entertaining yet relaxing project.

The color sectors were arranged in such a way that you don't have to cut your floss often. Double strand of floss is used for all types of stitches.

Fabric: 14 count Aida
Grid Size: 100W x 100H
Design Area:       6,29"x5,21" (88x73 stitches)
Stitches Required: Full cross stitches, half cross stitches, French knots and backstitch.
Colors Required: 11 DMC floss colors

The kit contains PDF instructions and charts that let you create a similar design.
Both colored chart and a symbol black-and-white chart with floss legend are provided.

No physical items will be shipped. Please note this is a PDF pattern only. No fabric, floss, or other materials are included in the listing. The finished cross stitch shown in the photos is for demonstration purposes only.

Instant Download Info:

You will be emailed a link to the download at your Etsy email address. Also, PDFs are available in your Etsy account under "My Account" and then "Purchase" after payment has been confirmed.

In order to open PDF files you will need Adobe Reader, which can be downloaded here for free:

Due to the nature of this product, no refunds can be made. If you are unhappy with your purchase, please contact me and I'm sure we can work something out!
Happy stitching!

Average review
This entire bird series is my favorite right now. Her patterns are always easy to follow. Her colorways are my favorite, though.
Mar 26, 2017 by Gabrielle Mink