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Native American Cross stitch charts and/or children's characters

Posted by linasi (My Page) on
Wed, Mar 12, 08 at 18:35

Hi :) I don't suppose anyone has any Native American cross stitch charts that they have on their PC they could email me so they? I have many I could offer as swaps, tatty teddy, Disney, country companions etc, etc, etc. I have a few to choose from already but the person I want to stitch a project for is rather picky so I'd like to be able to present loads for their perusal lol thanks and I also need to furnish a room with cross stitches of children's TV characters and making my own is sort of falling on its face *blush* so anyone that could help would be a Godsend!

Thanks xxx

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RE: Native American Cross stitch charts and/or children's charact

Oops *blush*

I'm at

*hides in a corner*


RE: Native American Cross stitch charts and/or children's charact

I have the charts from the Portrait of Wisdom kit, but I'd have to scan them in and get back to you. This is beautiful when completed, but be warned, I worked on it off and on for over 2 years. Here's a link to a picture of it (not mine):


RE: Native American Cross stitch charts and/or children's charact

*faints* does look rather special though..I'm tempted....hehe

To be more specific it's for my dad. Not a huge huge project but I want to stitch him something like a dreamcatcher with a saying on...or a saying with vaious things round the outside...not a major project as at the same time I have to do something for my daughter, son, mum, sister, etc...etc...etc.... the life of a stitcher is never done eh?

LOL people always say to me ...oooh I could never do that... but they could it just takes the patience to spend ages doing it and sitting on your bottom hehe

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