Amelia Bachelor 1863
Cross Stitch Pattern

Amelia Bachelor 1863 - Cross Stitch Pattern
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Soie 100.3 Options
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DMC Options
Item: 22-1825
Type: Cross Stitch Patterns
Designer: Hands Across the Sea Samplers

The model was stitched on Zweigart-based linen overdyed to the shade "Marbled Pointer" by xJuDesigns. We recommend that you stitch Amelia on your preferred colour, fabric, and count of fabric. Aida, Linaida, or linen can be used. Amelia's cheery sampler has been reproduced with a palette of only 8 colours from Au Ver Soie's range of Soie 100.3. We have provided conversions for Soie d'Alger (SDA) and DMC. You will only need one spool or skein of each colour with the exception of SDA 2126 and 2925 and DMC 816, when 2 spools are required when working on 28ct fabric (14ct Aida). Stitch count is 202 x 151.

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