Mandala 18: Geometric Cross Stitch Pattern by Kathleen GeorgeMandala extra-large-print cross stitch pattern by Cross Stitch Collectibles
Finished Sizes (approximate)
14 count: 21.5 x 21.5
18 count: 16.75 x 16.75
24 count: 21.5 x 21.5
Stitches: 300w x 300h
* Large-print pattern for easy reading!!
* Full color glossy front cover
* Full cross stitches only (no backstitching or specialty stitches)
* Black and white chart with easy-to-read alphabetic symbols
* Comprehensive instruction sheet to guide you through the pattern pages.
* Full thread list indicating DMC color numbers, names and quantity required
* Cross stitch pattern chart only. No fabric, threads or other materials included.
Benefits of Large-Print Cross Stitch Patterns:
This book is an Extra-Large-Print cross stitch pattern. Stitching our beautiful cross stitch patterns is a labor of love and very time-consuming. Reading such large patterns for hours at a time can pose a challenge for stitchers of all ages. The large grids and alphabetic symbols used in this cross stitch pattern book makes tackling such a large project much easier and more enjoyable.
Founded in 1998, Cross Stitch Collectibles specializes in high quality cross stitch reproductions of fine art paintings by the Great Masters, including Italian Renaissance, Impressionist, Pre-Raphaelite, Asian, Fractal art, and many more styles. You will find something to love and cherish in our vast collection.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Kathleen George is the founder of Cross Stitch Collectibles, and designer of more than 5,000 fine art counted cross stitch patterns since 1998. She recreates the worlds most recognized and acclaimed masterpiece paintings in cross stitch, and was instrumental to the introduction and popularity of the international phenomenon of designing boldly-colored fractal cross stitch patterns, which have become a rapidly growing niche among cross stitch enthusiasts world-wide. Born in Pennsylvania, Kathleen now resides and works in Henderson, NV.
Scotland Mandala, The - Cross Stitch Pattern
This Pattern was inspired by the Celtic art work. Celtic is associated with the peoples known as Celts; who spoke the Celtic languages in Europe from pre-history through to the modern period, as well as the art of ancient peoples whose language is uncertain but have cultural and stylistic similarities with speakers of Celtic languages. Six nations tend to be most associated with a modern Celtic identity and are considered 'the Celtic nations Those nations are: Brittany, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Isle of Man, Cornwall. Celtic knots, also known as Icovellavna, are a variety of knots and stylized graphical representations of knots used for decoration, used extensively in the Celtic style of Insular art. Celtic knots are often referred to as the mystic knot, or the endless knot.
Mandalas are a great way to calm yourself and in the process mediate in a creative and crafty way. Create your own Mandala to aid in meditation with your own needle, floss, and fabric. Check out the patterns below. Let your get lost in the calming stitches of the mandala. The patterns below allow you to use your own creativity and expression.
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We will ship it separately in 10 to 15 days. Interesting and do-able for beginning and advanced cross-stitchers alike, these cross stitch mandala patterns will allow you to create a tactile manifestation of your personal meditative process.
Tracy Horner of West Richland creates artistic patterns by linking together tiny x-shaped stiches. Horner creates patterns for counted cross-stitch, a type of hand needlework that uses only small x-shaped stitches to create intricate designs. Counted cross-stitch is done on evenweave fabrics, which have the small number of horizontal and vertical threads in each inch. Eleven to 40 threads per inch is typical. But I enjoy it. You have to do it for the love of the art. Counted cross-stitch designs are printed on graph paper and the person doing the needlework must count the threads and stitch one x across every two threads in the fabric.