Kokeshi Japanese doll counted cross stitch

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Kokeshi originated at the very beginning of the 19th century in the Tohoku region northeast of the Japan prefectures: Aomori, Akita, Iwate, Yamagata, Miyagi and Fukushima. First toy for kids, kokeshi making developed in the peasants of the region between 1830 and 1843. Nowadays, kokeshi contribute to the nostalgia of "home" now, found in the shops in airports where they are presented as "most well known Japanese dolls in the world". Regional product, they became a cultural reference for the whole Japan. Come and discover wood, but in cross stitch... This counted cross stitch pattern includes instructions and DMC color codes + grid. This pattern contains a total of 36 colors DMC, the size of the drawing is (9,85 condition 38,85) If you embroider on a 7 crosses/cm aida cloth.

-For a painting of 5,5 points the dimensions of the drawing will be: 12,54 condition 49,45
-For a canvas of 11 stitches/size of the drawing will be: 6.27 condition 24,72

You should divide the numbers of the grid points by the model of canvas you choose (5.5/7/11/12) etc...

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