Goldfinch cross stitch pattern

by The Hawthorn Tree

Counted cross stitch pattern of a goldfinch.

Did you know a flock of goldfinches is called a charm? It's the perfect description for these beautifuly-coloured and delicate birds. They can be seen in gardens as well as in the countryside, feeding on seeds. I often see them in my garden on teasel plants and also eating sunflower seeds.

DESIGN DETAILS

  • Stitch count: 31 x 35
  • Size on 16/32 count fabric: 2 x 2.2 inches (5 x 5.6cm)
  • Threads: DMC
  • Techniques: whole cross stitch and backstotch detail around the eye

Pattern file includes black and white symbol chart, colour symbol chart, symbol key and colour image of finished design for reference. The second file contains basic instructions and stitching tips.

There are more bird patterns available. See other listings.

(c) Karen Eley/The Hawthorn Tree 2016

You will get the following files:

  • PDF (419KB)
  • PDF (929KB)

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