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Gypsy Queen Counted Cross Stitch Pattern

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While quilting is the soul-mate of my crafting life, I'll never forget that one of my first crafting passions was counted cross stitch! I am so happy to combine the two and introduce counted cross stitch patterns inspired by some of my favorite Cora's Quilts designs! I've transformed Gypsy Queen, one of my favorite quilt designs, into a beautiful, quilt-inspired cross stitch pattern, available for instant download in pdf format. Project Stats: - Stitch Count: 149 wide x 149 high - Finished Size: 10.64? x 10.64? without borders (27.03 cm x 27.03 cm) - Floss: 6 DMC Colors - Fabric: 14 count Aida in White - Stitch Type: Cross Stitch Only PDF Pattern includes a list of DMC thread colors, plus both color-symbol and black-and-white-symbol pattern charts. Please note: - This listing is for the PDF pattern only. No fabric, floss, or other materials are included. - Refunds are unavailable for digital purchases. - This pattern is for personal use only. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Counted Cross Stitch

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Cora's Quilts by Shelley Cavanna
Cora's Quilts by Shelley Cavanna
Shelley Cavanna is a textile and quilt designer from Sacramento, CA. She has a passion for modern, intricate, mosaic-inspired quilts with just a little bit of Fair Isle and Pixel-Art inspiration mixed in. Shelley writes patterns with the busy, multi-tasking quilter in mind. She breaks down complex designs into small, manageable sections with concise instructions and full-color illustrations, living up to her design mantra, “stunning quilts made simple.” For more information on her quilt patterns, fabric collections, and online courses, please visit