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"The Accolade" Cross Stitch Pattern

- One of Leighton's most beloved paintings translated into an impressive cross stitch pattern. Perfectly captures the romance and chivalry of days of yore. Design is 300 stitches wide by 451 stitches tall. Copyright - Heaven and Earth Designs, Inc.
SEW-591 - Cross Stitch Pattern Only - $22.00
3.3 out of 5 stars based on 3 customer reviews
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This is a pattern for counted cross stitch. It is not a complete kit. You will need to supply your own fabric and floss. We are not able to offer digital downloads of our patterns at this time.
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5 stars
A review by on Wed September 28th, 2016 at 04:30:47pm

Love this pattern! Yes, it is complex design and it will take a lot of time and effort but result is very rewarding. So far I'm at 25% complete using "parking" method. If you are thinking about it be prepared to use stand frame and a really good light - colors very close to each other.

4 stars
A review by on Sat February 6th, 2016 at 07:50:23pm

This is not for beginning stitchers. Yes, it's complex, but for someone like me with over 30 yrs of stitching under my belt, this would be engrossing and satisfying once finished. It's an amazing adaptation of the original artwork. To repeat: it's not for a beginning stitcher.

1 stars
A review by on Wed September 24th, 2008 at 11:41:54pm

Very difficult and confusing