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Helping in the Coneflowers Cross Stitch Pattern Lindy Stitches Dogs in the Garden #2

Helping in the Coneflowers Cross Stitch Pattern Lindy Stitches Dogs in the Garden #2

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Helping in the Coneflowers is the summer installment of my Dogs in the Garden series, where dogs enjoy their favorite garden activities through four seasons.  This chihuahua is doing his best with the gardening chores!  All four of the series fit into a traditional 5 x 7 frame for easy finishing!  

▶PATTERN INFORMATION

STITCH COUNT: 65 wide x 98 high
SIZE on 32 count linen or 16 count aida:  4 x 6 inches (Fits nicely in a standard 5 x 7 frame!)
CHARTED FABRIC: 32 count Wedgewood linen by Seraphim fabrics 
RECCOMMENDED ALTERNATIVE FABRICS:  16 count Wedgewood aida by Seraphim Fabrics , 16 count Sea Spray Aida by Wichelt, 32 count Light Blue Lugana,  
STITCHES USED: Full cross stitch, back stitch
FLOSS:  Weeks Dye Works & DMC. Full DMC conversion provided.  FLOSS PACK HERE

▶CHART FORMAT:  This chart comes in your choice of two formats:  A printed physical copy which will be mailed to you, or a digital PDF chart that you can download immediately after checkout.

▶GETTING STARTED All you'll need to get started are these easy-to-find supplies.

>An embroidery hoop or frame
>A needle
>Your chosen fabric
>Floss

Questions? Feel free to email me at steph(at)lindystitches(dot)com.

© 2021 Stephanie Webb I Lindy Stitches Lindy Stitches Cross Stitch Patterns are for personal use only. Please do not copy or share. All PDF patterns are copyright protected and may not be redistributed, reproduced, or shared in any manner. Thank you for respecting my rights as a creator.

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Beata N.
My dear Django !

This pattern reminds me a lot of a scene I experienced over 14 years ago with my beloved dog Django. I wanted to create a raised bed at the end of my pond and had to transport some bales of earth in a wheelbarrow. Django, who was still a young dog at the time, was very sporty and of course jumped up on the top of the earth and enjoyed it very much. After that, I could see that he was treating us a little condescendingly. So I will definitely stitch this pattern as a reminder of the good times with our baby. Maybe I'll succeed in converting the depicted dog into a border collie.

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Marilyn M.
Dogs in the Garden #2

Love the pattern. Fast shipping.

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Denise Reynolds
Dogs in the garden series

Love Helping in the Coneflowers. I want to do the series on one piece of fabric. Can’t wait to see what the third chart will be. I hope it’s a Yorkie in the petunias.