DOWNLOAD CROSS STITCH PATTERN: JAMES THE BEAR LITTLE STAR
This listing is for a Lili of the Valley Digital PDF cross stitch pattern created by The Little Stitchery, which is also a brand of LOTV. After purchase, you will receive a downloadable PDF for you to print yourself.
The design includes a 4 PDF charts (two black and white symbols - with and without backstitch and two colour blocks and symbols - with and without backstitch) laid out over multiple pages so they're large enough to be easy to follow. They are also 300 dpi so they're guaranteed to print out clearly. The charts have been meticulously designed and each symbol has been individually chosen so it's easy to read and to distinguish. You will also receive a thread colour key with suggestions for DMC colours and a photo of the finished design so you know what you're aiming for.
This design is created by Laila at LOTV.
Stitch Count: 69 W x 63 H
Finished Size (14 count fabric): 4.9" x 4.5" or 12.5 cm x 11.4 cm
11 colours used
WHAT YOU WILL RECEIVE:
* 1 PDF Cross stitch chart - Black and White Symbols with back stitch
* 1 PDF Cross stitch chart - Black and White Symbols without back stitch
* 1 PDF Cross stitch chart - Coloured Blocks and Symbols with back stitch
* 1 PDF Cross stitch chart - Coloured Blocks and Symbols without back stitch
* A Thread Colour Key for each style of chart - with DMC thread suggestions
* 1 Finished Photo of the completed design so you can see it finished
As this listing is for a digital item it will be available for instant download after purchase - You will not receive an actual product in the post.
EXTRAS YOU WILL NEED:
* An Embroidery hoop (if you use one)
* DMC Thread in required colours
* Aida or Evenweave/linen fabric in 14 count
Beginner upwards. This pattern only uses whole stitches and back stitch in one colour.
If you have any questions or suggestions please contact me and I'll be happy to help.
If you have any general questions or queries about how to cross stitch, there is also plenty of help available on YouTube.
After receipt of your payment, please allow 24 hours to receive your download link (it's usually available to you within a few minutes!).
Just to reiterate - this is a DIGITAL product. The Cross Stitch Chart is in PDF format for you to download immediately - no actual item will be posted to you.
We would also like to state that unfortunately, due to the digital nature of these products, we are unable to accept returns or give refunds so please be certain before you purchase.
Our products are created and intended for customers to use to enjoy stitching our charts for themselves or for gifts. We are happy for you to sell your finished cross stitch work for your own personal profit or for charity. Any finished designs that you do hand-make individually may be sold either locally or online on a small scale. The design should be credited to LOTV. However, these designs are not commercial use charts and you are not permitted to reproduce, copy, sell or distribute Little Stitchery designs and charts - this includes on social networking sites and photo sharing sites.
Failure to adhere to this policy is an infringement of copyright and our angel policy and action will be taken. If you are unsure whether your crafting product is allowed under our angel policy, please get in touch to check and we will be happy to help.
Thanks for your interest and we hope you have fun with our cross stitch designs! Please do share anything you make with us as we love to see our designs come to life.
All rights and ownership of this cross stitch chart remain with the The Little Stitchery UK and Lili of the Valley. This original artwork is copyright Lili of the Valley.
Thank you for your respect.
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