Model stitched on 32 Ct. French Lace linen with DMC floss, Caron Waterlilies, Mill Hill treasures and beads. Stitch Count: 163x249.
Reviews From Customers Who Purchased This Item
from United States on 11/30/2018 - Great received quickly in excellent condition
from United States on 08/31/2017 - Pushing my skills This is a beautiful pattern. A little harder with all those beads .This will test my skill. Will probable get more Mirabilla patterns.
from United States on 09/28/2015 - Beautiful It is so easy for me to follow this amazing chart. I see many more Mirabilia chart purchases in my future. Thank you 123stitch
from United States on 12/31/2014
from United States on 09/10/2014 - Stunning! Once finished, this will be stunning in my bathroom. The backdrop of the cape and red hair, the blue dress is quite beautiful! The beads add to the beauty.
from United States on 05/28/2014 - Stretching my skills Have not yet worked this pattern, but have done others by Mirabilla. Thought they would be too much forme, but each one turned out beautiful. And now I actually enjoy working with beads.
from United States on 04/11/2014 - Just Gorgeous I have not opened the pack -chart ... yet. So the picture is gorgeousWhen I am ready I am sure I will enjoy stitching it.
from United States on 12/21/2013 I love the colors and this version of red riding hood. Defenitely need to make more patterns of the fairy tale series. Maybe snow white. Maybe even some of the villians.
from United States on 09/22/2013 - My favorite Mira chart. Red has become my favorite Mirabilia. I started stitching her as soon as I got her. The colors are beautiful. The picture does not do her justice. She is breathtaking!
from United States on 09/20/2013 - beautifu piece Have not started her yet waiting on the fabric I ordered should be beautiful
from United States on 09/18/2013 - BUY IT!!! This is a gorgeous pattern with lots of subtleties. The black lines on the hair cover are intended for backstitching, but I could not find that on the chart! Enjoy!
from United States on 09/17/2013 - Red Without a doubt, the most beautiful pattern Nora Corbett has designed to date. I love the backstory! Upon close examination, this does not look like that bad a pattern to stitch, really. Very dramatic, very beautiful.