FABRIC: Use black or White Zweigart Aida fabric or equivalent.
14 count: 9.3w x 9.3d inches (23.6w x 23.6d cm)
18 count: 7.2w x 7.2d inches (18.3w x 18.3d cm)
22 count: 5.9w x 5.9d inches (15w x 15d cm)
28 count: 4.6w x 4.6d inches (11.8w x 11.8d cm)
32 count: 4.1w x 4.1d inches (10.3w x 10.3d cm)
36 count: 3.6w x 3.6d inches (9.2w x 9.2d cm)
STITCH COUNT: 130×130 stitches
CANVAS SIZE: Allow about 5 inches (12cm) all around the finished size for the frame.
THREADS: Uses just 5 colours using DMC 6 stranded floss.
COMPATIBILITY: PatternKeeper inclusive.
If you can’t find stockists or need any advice locating materials to complete your cross stitch project please contact me. There are some great sellers on Etsy I can point you to. :-)
I can also supply converted chart for other colour thread manufacturers and different size fabric counts, please contact me with details you require.
All charts are split in half and enlarged onto A4, the first section is plain colour blocks, the second part the chart pale colour blocks with black symbols on the top (like in the magazines). The remainder of the pages are black and white symbols for great for plain viewing and laser printing. The final page is the legend of the 6 strand colours showing the symbols. The printed size of this chart is A4.
Should you decide to buy this or any of my charts and you find a problem or you need different magnification, cloth size or thread manufacturer I would be more than happy to customise a chart for your needs. I am constantly updating and improving the charts over time and will keep you updated with any improvements I make.
This listing is for the provision of electronic supply instant download of a PDF file ONLY. The benefit of this is that the download is instant, you can start stitching today. Should however, you require a printed version I can arrange this but I would require your full postal address so that I can get a separate quote for postage. Please contact me for more details.
Cross stitch / tapestry chart created with Ursa Software MacStitch 2020.