Whether you're a knitter who likes to cross stitch, or a cross stitcher who likes to knit, this pattern by Junebug and Darlin will be a joy to stitch up.
• Advanced Intermediate
• Finishes to a 10" embroidery hoop
•14 count aida cloth
•Full cross stitch
• Cover page with list of supplies needed
• Hand drawn instructions
• Easy to read 5pg. symbol chart/color floss legend for DMC stranded cotton
*Please note this is a cross-stitch pattern only. No fabric, floss, or other materials are included in the listing.
The pattern includes full step-by-step illustrated instructions - perfect for new stitchers! We also have a tutorial on how to finish your project as shown in the photos.
Junebug and Darlin is run by Zoe Frost, a queer femme currently living in Portland, OR. Having spent most of her life in California, she is eagerly adventuring through new surroundings of pine trees, ferns and rivers with her partner and their two dogs. Junebug and Darlin was started to provide friends and fellow crafters with the inspiration and tools to create heirloom quality subversive crafts. Zoe believes that art should be useful and crafting should be for everyone. She combines nature, queerness and good ol’ fuck the system attitudes to make her artistic endeavors what they are today and is always scheming up ways to incorporate her drawings into needlework. Her cross-stitch kits are 100% handmade and provide all of the supplies needed for you to create a finished cross-stitch from first stitch to frame. She wants her products to be useful and instructive to you, and can guarantee a political agenda.
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