Daffodil Cross Stitch | Freebie Friday

The daffodil in March is significant. Not only does it signify the beginning of spring it is all the symbol of St. David’s Day.

Whether you are celebrating the Welsh holiday or have are glad winter is over, this cross stitch kit is sure to put a spring in your step.

Daffodil cross stitch

Stitch this pretty daffodil and frame it in a nice bright room. Use a 38 x 38cm (15 x 13in) piece of natural 14-count Aida and follow the stitching instructions. Mount, frame and enjoy!

Stitch count: 110 x 90 with border; 83 x 62 without border

Design Size: 20 x 16.5cm (7 3/4 x 6 1/2in with border; 15 x 11cm (6 x 4 1/2in) without border

DMC stranded cotton: White, 469, 470, 471, 472, 648, 733, 741, 742, 743, 947, 970, 3072

Daffodil cross stitch

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This chart has been excerpted from Cross Stitch Flowers by Jayne Netley Mayhew.

Selling or distributing copies of this chart is strictly prohibited. Any form of reproduction of this chart constitutes an infringement of intellectual property rights and entitles the rights holder to take legal action. (c) Jayne Netley Mayhew 2017
Full rights are retained by Jayne Netley Mayhew.
This design ‘Daffodil’ used has been allowone-time time use only for ‘Ideas.sewandso.co.uk’ and the item created using this chart may be traded for raising charitable funds only.
You are allowed the use of this design for your own personal use only. The chart may not be used for personal financial gain in any way. Please be careful when showing the image of the stitched piece that it can not be copied without the help of the chart.
The chart may not be posted, shared, copied or placed on any other website or any other format without prior consent from Jayne Netley Mayhew.
I hope you enjoy the free one off use of this design, please respect my copyright and happy stitching!


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Nadine dabbles in a wide range crafts. If it's pretty and she wants to make it, she'll learn the technique to do so. She is also never without a cup of tea in her hands.