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Red Coat

      by: Artecy Cross Stitch

Cross Stitch Patterns


Winter Scenes

SKU: 11737
Stitch Count: 230w x 300h
Project Size: 16.4" x 21.4" on 14cnt
Floss: 12 DMC Cotton Colours

Price: $15.95 

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 310 black 10 $0.49
 317 pewter gray 3 $0.49
 318 steel gray - lt 3 $0.49
 321 christmas red 1 $0.49
 413 pewter gray - dk 3 $0.49
 414 steel gray - dk 3 $0.49
 415 pearl gray 3 $0.49
 762 pearl gray - vy lt 3 $0.49
 814 garnet - dk 1 $0.49
 3705 melon - dk 1 $0.49
 3799 pewter gray - vy dk 5 $0.49
 3865 winter white 1 $0.49

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Item Description:  
This counted cross stitch pattern of a Woman in a Red coat walking on a black and white tree lined footpath was created from a photograph copyright of Hotblack - Morguefile. Only full cross stitches are used in this pattern. It is a black and white symbol pattern.

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