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Ahenny Celtic Cross - cross stitch pattern

A counted cross stitch pattern of a Celtic cross.

This design is based on Celtic knotwork carved on the North Cross, one of two high crosses at Ahenny, County Tipperary, Ireland. The crosses are believed to date from the ninth century and the designs are believed to have been based on metal work from the same period.

This cross stitch pattern puts a 21st century twist on an ancient design. Perfect for lovers of Celtic art and those who want a connection to ancient Ireland.


  • Stitch count: 107 x 107
  • Size on 16/32 count fabric: 6.7 x 6.7 inches (17 x 17cm)
  • Threads: DMC stranded cotton (2 colours)
  • Techniques: whole cross stitch and back stitch

The pattern file includes two versions of the chart (one in black and white and one in colour), symbol key and a colour image of the finished design.

The second file includes basic instructions and stitching tips.

(C) Karen Eley/The Hawthorn Tree 2015

You will get the following files:

  • PDF (419KB)
  • PDF (3MB)

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