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Air Mail November #5 Ocellated Turkey Cross Stitch Pattern by Lindy Stitches

Air Mail November #5 Ocellated Turkey Cross Stitch Pattern by Lindy Stitches

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Air Mail November #5 Ocellated Turkey Cross Stitch Pattern.  Continuing this little series featuring feathery stamps!  This is the fifth stamp, and I'd be surprised if you ever saw a cuter turkey!  He's real, and he's blue!   

About the series:  The Air Mail series will be releasing throughout 2023 and 2024.  The entire series will feature a bird stamp of the same dimensions.


STITCH COUNT: 73 wide x 85 tall
SIZE on 32 count linen or 16 count aida: 4.5 x 5.3 inches  
FABRIC:  32 count Silver Moon linen by Zweigart
ALTERNATIVE FABRICS:  32 count Silver Moon lugana, 36 count Silver Moon linen.  Any light grey would look great!
STITCHES USED: Full cross stitch, back stitch
FLOSS: Weeks Dye Works & DMC.  Full DMC conversion provided.   FLOSS PACK HERE

FINISHING:  Finished with Lady Dot Creates Squash VelveteenSequoia Rick Rack, and Russet Pom Pom Trim

▶FLOSS LIST:  To complete this project you will need DMC 300, 349, 402, 414, 825, 904, 3814, B5200The following Weeks Dye Works flosses were also used.  You may choose to use the DMC equivalents in parenthesis if desired.

2118 Blue Topaz (DMC 807), 2241 Chrysanthemum (DMC 820),

1228a Cinnamon Twist (DMC 400), 3900 Kohl (DMC 3799),

1282 Ocean (DMC 3809), 2211 Olive (DMC 832).

© 2023 Stephanie Webb I Lindy Stitches 

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Customer Reviews

Based on 9 reviews

Super easy download. Can’t wait to stitch

Suzanne Studabaker
63 turkey

The turkey is so gorgeus! Can't wait to stitch it. Received in good time!

Angela Thorne
Airmail Turkey

Received print and floss. Pattern easy to read. Quick delivery. A great shop to order from and beautiful patterns! ❤️


Super fast. Love the chart.

Lisa C.
Airmail November #5 Ocellated Turkey chart

As usual, beautiful chart! I love your Turkey charts especially. Great communication too!