Fatherhood Birth Sampler Cross Stitch Kit by Vervaco

$54.44

Fatherhood Birth Sampler Cross Stitch Kit by Vervaco beautifully captures a fathers love for their new baby.  Worked in sepia, this design is subtle, dramatic and effective all at the same time.

Fatherhood Birth Sampler Cross Stitch Kit by Vervaco

Fatherhood Birth Sampler Cross Stitch Kit by Vervaco beautifully captures a fathers love for their new baby.  Worked in sepia, this design is subtle, dramatic and effective all at the same time.

Full charted instructions for the alphabet and numbers are included so you can personalize the picture for your special someone.

Fatherhood Birth Sampler Cross Stitch Kit by Vervaco contains

  • 18 Count Ivory Aida,
  • presorted 100% cotton floss,
  • needle, chart and
  • easy to follow instructions.

Finished Size 22cm x 25cm

Made in Belgium

The pattern is worked in whole cross stitch, half cross stitch and a outlined in back stitch using stranded embroidery cottons.

Editors Note: this design is would be perfect for a clever beginner to the more advanced cross stitcher however as this is a full stitch design, consider fully graphing your fabric to make following the pattern much easier.  So what I mean by graphing your fabric is starting from the centre of the fabric, stitch a medium long running stitch over every 10 rows  horizontally and then every 10 rows vertically.  This will give you a grid pattern which will match your design Chart and make following the pattern considerably easier

Basic Cross Stitch instructions can be found HERE

Cross-stitch is a popular form of counted-thread embroidery in which X-shaped stitches in a tiled, raster-like pattern are used to form a picture. The stitcher counts the threads on a piece of Even weave fabric (such as linen) or Aida (a fabric with more pronounced marked squares)  in each direction so that the stitches are of uniform size and appearance.  Cross-stitch is the oldest form of embroidery and can be found all over the world.

Other Cross Stitch Kits available at Mt Eliza Needlework can be found HERE: