That time traveling Sassenach healer is now a 3D cross stitch doll. Claire is complete with her two wedding bands and dark hair swept back into a bun. She is depicted wearing her beloved husband's clan tartan skirt with blue green jacket with a peplum and 3/4 sleeves, stays and stomacher with a neckerchief. Claire's true love, Jamie, is also available in my shop. Who says that cross stitch is only good for flat things? Now you can stitch a doll using cross stitch for the details.
The doll is stitched as 5 pieces which are then cut out and sewn together. Full assembly directions are included.
This pattern was hand designed by a professional artist/crafts person
Finished size is approximately 6" tall x 4" wide from fingertip to fingertip when worked on 14 count fabric (150 x 150 stitches) The image is composed of 19 colors.
THIS IS NOT A KIT. THIS IS NOT A FINISHED DOLL.
Each pattern contains:
* Color picture of the finished image
* Pattern in black and white symbols on several pages
* Floss list in your choice of DMC, Anchor or Madeira
(if DMC is NOT wanted, specify preference when ordering)
* Full stitch count
* Floss use yardage
* Directions with photos of how to assemble the doll
Design contains some fractional stitches and some backstitches, appropriate for an intermediate stitcher. Pattern may be worked on different count fabric which will result in a different sized finished product.
Pattern will be emailed as a PDF within 24 hours after receipt of cleared payment.
All cross stitch patterns are copyright Robin Hobbs and are for personal use only. Reselling or redistributing patterns in any way is prohibited, unless given written permission by designer. Although, one finished work from my pattern is yours to do with as you please.
Claire Fraser Doll 3D Cross Stitch Sewing Pattern PDF
- Product Code: 3DCFDCS
- Availability: In Stock
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