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Elaborate Alphabet C D

      by: PinoyStitch

Cross Stitch Patterns



SKU: 3070
Stitch Count: 100w x 100h
Project Size: 7.1" x 7.1" on 14cnt
Floss: DMC Colors: 2
Fabric: 14 Count Aida

Price: $8.00 

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Item Description:  
Elegant alphabet letters are an art in itself! These elaborate alphabets are
lovingly charted and adapted from antique Victorian cross stitch charts.
Stitch a letter, initial or even your favorite word. Enjoy stitching!

Cross Stitch Pattern: Elaborate Alphabet C D
Design Source: Antique Chart Adaptation
DMC Colors: 2
Stitch Count: 100 x 100 (Each Letter)
Approximate Finished Size on Recommended Fabric:*
14 count = 7 w x 7 h Inches
16 count = 6 w x 6 h Inches
18 count = 6 w x 6 h Inches
22 count = 5 w x 5 h Inches
*Pattern sizes do not include margins. Ideally you should add 3" on all sides. Uses full
cross stitches only.

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