CHERRY BLOSSOM cross stitch pattern No.181

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Made in Grants Pass, Oregon

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This pattern is at 18 count and translates to Aida fabric at a final size:

234w X 198h Stitches

18 Count, 13w X 11h in
11 Count, 21-1/4w X 18h in
14 Count, 16-5/8w X 14-1/8h in
16 Count, 14-5/8w X 12-3/8h in

with 27 color coded in DMC floss.

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˚०༺༻०˚ INSTANT DOWNLOAD ˚०༺༻०˚

✓ A pattern picture in JPEG format

✓ A pattern in black and white in PDF format on several pages that you will need to print out

✓ A floss list coded in DMC floss showing you the colors needed and corresponding symbols.

Images used here show finished work in virtual stitches not the original painting.

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    Delivered quickly to my inbox; great price. Thanks!!
    Mar 10, 2013 by A fellow maker
    The only issue I have is that the pattern itself is symbol only, no colour, and that is going to make it a bit more difficult to work.
    Jul 30, 2012 by A fellow maker
    Thank you so much! I look forward to additional transactions.
    Jul 6, 2011 by A fellow maker

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Sometimes customers ask me how to stitch computer generated patterns . To say easy is not enough I guess. Working with computer generated cross stitch patterns is not much different, than working the conventional cross stitch pattern except there are many pages , more then in classic cross stitch design. But only full stitches, that’s why anyone who can stitch X can complete the pattern. It might look complicated but very easy to follow the chart.

When you receive your design, you will notice that there are several pages for the charts. All my patterns easy to read because they are large (I use 6.8 stitches per inch)

The pages look like this:

1 2 3
4 5 6 etc

There are two ways to work with pattern, you choose the one best you like.

One is to print page 1 , complete it and go to page 2 and do so till you finish entire pattern.

Another way is - ones you have your pages layed out, you would look for the center markings. It's a small arrow on one of the top row pages, then another small arrow on the left middle page.

You follow these 2 arrows until the intercept. This will be your first stitch on your design. You just continue stitching your pages until you have finished.