Let it Snow Cube

£6.00

PDF pattern as DIGITAL DOWNLOAD

Stitch a fabulously sparkling cube to add to your Let it Snow decor this winter.

This design features a different snowflake arrangement on each side and it’s beautifully enhanced with silver threads, beads and sequins.

Once assembled, it’s about 8.5 cm wide, high and deep.

Please view the Description tab below for more detail.

Description

LANGUAGES: English / French

SKILLS: Intermediate 

STITCH COUNT: 50 x 50 stitches (for each side of the cube)

STITCHED SIZE (when using 32ct fabric): 8.5 x 8.5 x 8.5 cm (3.5″ x 3.5″ x 3.5″)

CHARTED WITH:

  • Zweigart 32ct linen
  • DMC stranded cotton
  • Rainbow Gallery Petite Treasure Braid
  • Mill Hill beads

CONTENTS:

  • a detailed shopping list
  • a key to the symbols used
  • a special stitch tutorial (beads, round eyelet stitch)
  • printable thread card for this design
  • colour charts (cross-stitch only / all stitches)
  • a hybrid chart (black & white cross-stitch with colour backstitch and special stitches)
  • a finishing tutorial to assemble this project

ALTERNATIVE USE: you can also stitch these 6 mini designs separately and frame them for a festive wall decor.

 

For more pictures or to see what others have stitched, please visit the Let it Snow Gallery.

Any question? Don’t hesitate to contact me!

Additional information

Refunds

Due to the nature of Digital Downloads*, this item is unfortunately non-refundable. However, should you experience any problem with it, please get in touch and I will be more than happy to help and offer a solution.

(*they are not returnable in their original unopened state, with the assurance that no copy has been retained)

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