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Fawn in the Forest

Fawn in the Forest

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When you catch a sun ray, you gotta stand in it for a moment, just like this fawn basking in the light. Such an en-deer-ing sight!


This design uses 18 DMC colours and requires no backstitching.

Difficulty: intermediate (due to gradients).

The pattern is 78 stitches wide x 78 stitches high. On count 14 fabric, the design is 5-1/2 inches wide x 5-1/2 inches high, or 14.2cm wide x 14.2cm high. To calculate this pattern's size with any other count than 14, use an online cross stitch calculator. The pattern also contains measurements for 16 and 18 count Aida.

The finished piece in the image was stitched on 16ct Aida. The embroidery hoop used is:

This pattern contains colors similar to those in NeedleLot Designs' 'Dreamy Forest' pattern. These two pieces complement each other beautifully and would look great displayed side by side.

The PDF file contains:
- Front page with image of the finished pattern (stitched).
- Dimensions and sizes.
- Beginner tips & tricks.
- Colour key with DMC threads.

Note: if you purchase this item you will receive a PDF file with the pattern. You will NOT receive a fully stitched version of the pattern, nor a kit with supplies.

All NeedleLot Designs cross stitch patterns are crafted by hand. Every stitch is individually placed. I devote special attention to each design, carefully selecting colors and testing each pattern for accuracy and readability. I avoid any and all automated design methods and conversions. Thank you for supporting independent artistry!

Care information

After finishing your embroidery, it is recommended that you carefully hand wash it with water and a gentle soap. Ironing the back gets rid of any leftover marks from an embroidery hoop. Always be careful with your fabrics: if a fabric is dyed specially, be careful washing it, and consult the person you purchased it from whether washing and ironing is indeed safe.

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