IMPORTANT: This product is a PDF digital download. It is counted cross stitch instructions for making a design. It is NOT a kit with floss and material.
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The framed design is an adaptation depicting the charm of early 20th-century illustration. A playful, patchwork montage can also be framed, or used to make a colorful tablemat. Charts and sewing and finishing directions are included. The smaller pieces can be used to make an apron, a breadcloth, a hand towel, or applied to other stitchables.
- Best for the stitcher with experience
- Design size, framed piece: 7.9"w x 12.4"h on 14 ct
- This design is delivered as a printable page PDF file. Upon completion of your order, it will be available for immediate download to your computer
Each cross stitch design in your order will include a color image of the finished piece; a large, easy-to-follow black and white chart with symbols and chart key; a color chart with color key; floss color numbers; project dimensions and fabric requirements; and backstitch information. Complete and clear directions are included for all the projects requiring sewing. And here and there you will find a special recipe, some gift suggestions, or seasonal how-to’s and special projects.
About the Artist, Margo Letourneau
Margo, a lifelong resident of New Hampshire, has been designing cross stitch since the mid-90's. She developed a love of the craft when her mother took it up as a hobby. She decided she wanted to create her own designs, with an eye toward having something to do in her spare time and retirement that she thoroughly enjoyed. She loves sewing and working with fabrics, so has also developed many craft projects that coordinate with her cross-stitch designs.
Margo graduated art school in Boston, then worked as a graphic designer and art director for forty-something years. She is currently retired and enjoying every moment of her cross-stitch design time. Her other favorite things include gardening, cooking, and Jane Austen movies. She currently lives in Rindge with her husband, Tom, and 5 cats who keep them as pets.