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Deny Dragons


      by: Artists Alley
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Cross Stitch Patterns

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Dragons

SKU: 17864
Stitch Count: 190w x 200h
Project Size: 13.6" x 14.3" on 14cnt
Floss: DMC
Fabric: 14 count white evenweave

Price: $10.00 

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 312 navy blue - lt 1 $0.49
 322 baby blue - dk 1 $0.49
 336 navy blue 1 $0.49
 350 coral - md 1 $0.49
 676 old gold - lt 1 $0.49
 677 old gold - vy lt 1 $0.49
 680 old gold - dk 1 $0.49
 817 coral red - vy dk 1 $0.49
 939 navy blue - vy dk 1 $0.49

Fabric Suggestions:
Wichelt Imports 14ct Aida, White (18" x 25") $10.39
Charles Craft, Inc. 14ct Aida, White (20" x 24") $7.75
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Should this project be setup as vertical or horizontal. Thank you!!!!
Posted By deborahb096 on 03/04/17.    62 Views, Replied to by jsimonpurple on 03/04/17

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1. Joy on 12/8/2016, said:

I'm currently working on this design and am finding the pattern hard to follow. The grid is definitely large enough! Unfortunately, two of the symbols are very similar and it's easy to get them mixed up. I've ended up coloring one set with a pale yellow highlighter and then marking over it with a darker highlighter when it's been stitched. A bit of a pain, but I'm sure I'll be happy with the finished product!
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