Hannunvaakuna Finnish Good Luck Symbol Cross Stitch Pattern

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Counted cross stitch pattern of ancient Finnish good luck symbol Hannunvaakuna, used as a symbol of protection from evil.

Made in full cross stitches. No backstitching, if you would like to add some of your own you could.

Can be worked on aida cloth, linen, or any even weave or open weave fabric.

Floss: DMC colors

Fabric: 14 count, background is left unstitched so use the fabric color of your choice as your background color.

Stitch count: 157 x 158 stitches

Design area for 14 count: 11.21" x 11.29"

Colors: 1, the chart shows it in black, but you can use any color you like to fit your decor.

Finished size will vary depending on the number of threads per inch in the fabric you are using. As a general rule of thumb, the more colors used, the more complicated the pattern will be. All patterns can easily be converted to other count cloths, all that will change is the finished size. Allow as much extra fabric for border as you would like for patterns with the background left unstitched.

Chart will print out in multiple sheets with 8 stitches per inch for easy viewing.

Pattern only. No fabric or floss are included in this listing.

Pattern will arrive in PDF format. You can access the file easily from your computer and print it out when needed.

Because of the nature of digital downloads, we are unable to accept any returns or refunds.

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