Rabbits, lots of rabbits.

This pattern depicts the puzzle posed in 1202 by Leonardo Pisano Bigollo, better known as Fibonacci. In an ideal world a newborn pair of rabbits, one male and one female, are put into a field. They can mate at one month and she can give birth at two months. Each time they mate, they will give birth to two bunnies, one male, one female. In time the new pairs will also mate, adding more pairs of rabbits to the field. The end result will be his famous sequence. The first month, 1 pair; second month, 2 pairs; third month, 3 pairs; fourth month (when second pair is old enough) 5 pairs and so on. Needless to say, eventually, the field would be overrun with rabbits.

This pattern was hand designed by a professional artist/crafts person
Finished size is approximately 13.75" wide x 9" high when worked on 14 count fabric (192 x 125 stitches) The image is composed of 8 colors. THIS IS NOT A KIT.

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Each pattern contains:

* Color picture of the finished image
* Pattern in black and white symbols on several pages
* DMC floss list
* Full stitch count
* Floss use yardage

Design contains some fractional stitches, appropriate for an intermediate stitcher. Pattern may be worked on different count fabric which will result in a different sized finished product.

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.

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Fibonacci's Rabbits Cross Stitch Pattern PDF Download

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