Benedict is an adult emperor penguin complete with his bright orange markings on his head, beak and chest.

This little penguin uses cross stitch for the details of his markings. I like accuracy in plush animals and have made the markings and eyes like that of real emperor penguins. Why use cross stitch?  Because cross stitch allows me to make these tiny details that would be difficult to do by another method. Who says that cross stitch is only good for flat things? Now you can stitch a doll using cross stitch for the details. I also have a pattern for a baby emperor penguin in my shop.

The animal is stitched as 14 pieces which are then cut out and sewn together.  Full assembly directions with illustrations are included.

This pattern was hand designed by a professional artist/crafts person
Finished size is approximately 7" tall to top of his head x 4.5" wide from nose tip to back of tail when worked on 14 count fabric.  The image is composed of 13 colors.


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
* Directions with photos of how to assemble the animal

Design contains some backstitches, 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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Benedict the Penguin Doll 3D Cross Stitch Animal Sewing Pattern PDF Download

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