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botanical cross stich pattern white fabric by ravynka on Spoonflower - custom fabric

Preview scale: 24 x 24 inches

by ravynka

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12.05in x 21.09in, 196 pixels/inch,
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By Ewa Bursztyka

Buying my fabric? Thank you so much and please share your projects! I reccomend ordering a swatch first before buying yardage as colors shown on the screen might be different when printed out. e-mail: ravynka@gmail.com

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Description:

One version for botanical contest with restricted pallete simulating cross-stich. Drawing these little crosses took forever

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ravynka

ravynka says:

ravynka uploaded a fabric image for ravynka's design botanical cross stich pattern white :

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Posted almost 6 years ago.

ravynka

ravynka says: Thanks Mina! That's interesting idea to do crossstitch pattern with fonts, I'm sure it could work out. I did it by drawing lines with 'snap to grid' option checked.

Posted over 6 years ago.

mina

mina says: Wonder how it prints on the linen? Curtains. Very Arts & Crafts.

Posted over 6 years ago.

mina

mina says: You could sell this as a cross-stitch pattern too...

Posted over 6 years ago.

mina

mina says: Love this cross-stitch design! And it does make the colors look delicate against all the white, so they look good. I've tried using a text app to do the Xs - needs a constant width font, and even then, I think not easy. But I think there are cross-stitch fonts out there, which would have the spacing worked out.

Posted over 6 years ago.

ravynka

ravynka says: Thank you Victoria! Yes, it would be more practical that way, I haven't thought of that,I might do such a version one day:)

Posted over 6 years ago.

victori...

victorialasher says: You have way more patience than I do, I'm impressed. If you put this straight on the fabric it could be used for borders on linens. I can easily imagine this on sheets and pillowcases; or as a trim on towels.

Posted over 6 years ago.

ravynka

ravynka says: Thank you! I liked those colors individually but my first projects were to bright for me, it was last minute idea to do something more delicate but still fun

Posted over 6 years ago.

rhondad...

rhondadesigns says: This is a wonderful design! I love the cross-stitch look that you have achieved so well!

Posted over 6 years ago.