Counted Cross-Stitch Hopi Indian Inspired Border With Bible Verse Pattern | 5" X 7" Border Pattern | Philippians 4:13 | PDF Instant Download
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This is a pattern only. The finished framed piece shown in the above photos is not for sale. For a version of this border pattern without the Bible verse, see the link provided below.
This pattern is for a counted cross-stitch border geometric design inspired by the Hopi Indians. It contains the Bible verse Philippians 4:13 ("I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.").
This pattern is a color PDF format for instant download. The download consists of 3 pdf files.
File 1 consists of 3 pages with a brief description of the pattern, pattern notes, materials and photographs of a finished piece (the same one shown in the photos above).
File 2 consists of 5 pages with the stitches shown in color with the symbols. The pattern chart is broken up into 4 pages with the thread legend and other information on the fifth page.
File 3 consists of 5 pages with the stitches shown in black and white with the symbols only. The pattern chart is broken up into 4 pages with the thread legend and other information on the fifth page.
The finished stitched area measure approximately 4.57" x 6.5" (64 stitches wide by 91 stitches tall).
The pattern is designed to be stitched on 14 count Aida fabric. The thread colors listed for this pattern are DMC cotton thread in three shades of blue. It is an easy skill level pattern consisting of full cross stitches, backstitching and french knots.
Please do not distribute or resell this pattern. You are welcome to sell finished items that use this pattern, but please link back to this listing in the description of your item.
This is a non-refundable product.
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