Real talk: surrounding yourself with symbols of death encourages positive outlook on life. When one is faced with the inevitability of dying, here and now becomes a much more enjoyable place.
Hence the new cross-stitch pattern is a beautiful #skull from the beautiful design by Julie de Graag, Memento mori (1916), sitting on a greyscale background. Yum.
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Keywords: skulls, death, grin, skull, macabre, goth, black Aida, pattern,
Patterns – Useful Info
The pattern is designed on 14 Count Aida Fabric size.
The higher the Aida fabric’s count (stitches per inch), the smaller the final pattern.
How to read the chart table:
No. indicates the 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 the number of strands of the floss used for the design. Typically, you use two.
B/S value indicates backstitches.
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