This modern Ferris wheel cross stitch pattern consists of 156 x 106 stitches and 18 colors. Only full stitches are used. There are no specialty, fractional or back stitches used in this pattern.
The first Ferris Wheel rose above Chicago in 1893. It was designed as an American answer to the French Eiffel Tower but today every touristic city, from Beijing to London, either has or wants a Ferris wheel. There is a race for building the tallest structure. Even though the structure represents other things for cities, architects and engineers, I always thought of Ferris wheels relaxing and fun. I remember eating popcorn and cotton candy while enjoying the scenery. This pattern represents my childhood memories and I hope you enjoy it.
14 Count Aida: 11.15 x 7.58 inches – 28.33 x 19.26 cm
16 Count Aida: 9.75 x 6.63 inches – 24.77 x 16.85 cm
18 Count Aida: 8.67 x 5.89 inches – 22.03 x 14.97 cm
When you buy this Ferris wheel cross stitch pattern you will receive:
– A stitched view of the final product
– A black and white cross stitch chart
– A colorful cross stitch chart
– Two maps so that you can see the order of the pages
– DMC floss color numbers and symbols that you need
As this is an instant download pattern, you can start stitching right away. The patterns can be printed both on letter or A4 size papers with a regular printer so you can print out the pattern immediately at home. Instructions on how to print both on Letter And A4 size papers are included. If you don’t have a PDF viewer you can get it free from here.
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