Counted cross stitch pattern of a coal tit.
The coal tit is one of the smallest birds in Britain and Europe. Their habitat is in conifer woods but they also come into gardens where you may see them collecting a seed from the feeder before flying away with it. They repeat this a number of times, quite a lot of work for such a small bird!
• Stitch count: 33 x 27
• Size on 16/32 count fabric: 2 x 1.7 inches (4x 4cm)
• Threads: DMC stranded cotton
• Technique: whole cross stitch and a small amount of back stitch
Pattern file includes black and white symbol chart, colour symbol charts, symbol key and colour image of finished design for reference.
Also includes reverse version of the design.
The second file includes basic instructions and stitching tips.
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(c) Karen Eley/The Hawthorn Tree 2018