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The Aegishjalmr, or "Helm of Awe and Terror" is an old, old symbol that has come down through generations of Norse families. Much of its origin is shrouded in mystery, but it is thought to be a powerful charm used by Viking warriors to confer physical protection on the bearer, as well as to strike terror into one's enemies. Little wonder, then, that this symbol still enjoys tremendous popularity among heathen folk.
This design measures 182 stitches wide by 182 stitches high. The pattern is 9 unbound pages, in a ziplock bag for protection.
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. How much fabric do I need?
To calculate the amount of fabric you will need for your project, divide the number of stitches by the stitch count of the fabric you wish to use. The higher the count of your fabric, the smaller your piece will be. Some examples appear below. Remember to leave several additional inches as a border on each side, to facilitate framing your project when it is finished.
Approximate size of stitched area
13" × 13"
10" × 10"
7 1/4" × 7 1/4"
Can I get this as a complete kit? Nope. Sorry but we only sell printed patterns. You will need to provide your own floss and fabric for your project.
Can I get this pattern as a download? I'm sorry, but we only offer physical patterns at this time. We do not sell downloads of these patterns.