Memento Mori โ€“ Free Counted Cross-Stitch Pattern

Memento Mori โ€“ Free Counted Cross-Stitch Pattern

I remember learning about the timeless Latin phrase ‘memento mori’ during Polish language literature lessons. While examining the masterpieces of classical antiquity and later reneissance, we discussed the meaning of living a full life while remembering death. Because this is what ‘memento mori‘ means – ‘remember about dying’.

Keywords: skull, death, dying, gothic, morbid, goth, dark, quote, flowers

Patterns – Useful Info

The pattern is designed on 14 Count Aida Fabric size.

The higher the Aida fabric’s count (stitches per inches), the smaller the final pattern.

How to read the chart table:

No. indicates total number of stitches for each floss colour.

Length indicates how many skeins (one skein = one bundle of six-strand embroidery floss) you need for the design.

Strands indicate number of strands of the floss used for the design. Typically, you use two.

B/S value indicates backstitches.

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