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The Year of the Hare Part 9: September

      by: Stitchers Anon Cross Stitch Designs

Cross Stitch Patterns


Months of the Year

SKU: 18561
Floss: DMC
Fabric: 14 ct aida/28 ct evenweave

Price: $8.00 

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Item Description:  
The ninth in the 'Year of the Hare' series finds Holmsey enjoying the last of the summer sun, relaxing under the harebells.


The Year of the Hare will form four finished stitched pieces, with three months to each one. January, February and March will form the first panel April, May and June the Second July, August and September the third and last but not least, October, November and December the last. The vertical border on the left stitched in DMC 3046 is the dividing line between January and February. Likewise, the same border on the right side of February which is stitched in DMC 223 will become the dividing line for February and March. The stitch count for all three charts together in one panel is 211 x 120

All stitches are in two strands of DMC This forms the third and final panel in the third of the Year of the Hare Tryptych (three parts).

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