A counted cross stitch pattern of a dark-eyed junco (slate-coloured race). Juncos are one of the most familiar birds of North American forests and there are a number of different races. The slate-coloured variety breeds mainly in Canada but in winter they can be seen across the United States.
• Stitch count: 39 x 30
• Size on 16/32-count fabric: 2.8 x 2.2 inches (7 x 6cm)
• Threads: DMC stranded cotton
• Technique: whole cross stitch and a small amount of back stitch
Pattern file includes black and white symbol charts, colour symbol charts, symbol key and a colour image of the finished design.
The extra file includes basic instructions and stitching tips.
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(c) Karen Eley/The Hawthorn Tree 2018