Galaxy NGC 5468 - Astronomy cross stitch pattern - in hoop on black fabric
Galaxy NGC 5468 - Astronomy cross stitch pattern - in frame on black fabric
Galaxy NGC 5468 - Astronomy cross stitch pattern - in frame on white fabric
Galaxy NGC 5468 - Astronomy cross stitch pattern - without frame on black fabric
Galaxy NGC 5468 - Astronomy cross stitch pattern - without frame on white fabric
Galaxy NGC 5468 - Astronomy - section of cross stitch pattern
Cross stitch instructions

Galaxy NGC 5468 - Astronomy cross stitch pattern

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Cross stitch patterns of the spiral galaxy NGC 5468. The first image shows the design on 14 count fabric in a 7 inch hoop. 

Two patterns are included - one to stitch on black fabric, and one to stitch on pale fabric (this version has black stitching).

Galaxy on black fabric:
• Stitch count: 78 wide x 77 high
• Approximate size on 14 count aida: 5.6in wide x 5.5in high (14.2cm wide x 14.0cm high)
• 28 colours, DMC numbers given
• Uses full cross stitches; no backstitch or fractional stitches
• Stitch on black fabric as shown in the image
• Skill level: Suitable for those with experience of cross stitch

Galaxy on pale fabric:
• Stitch count: 96 wide x 96 high
• Approximate size on 14 count aida: 6.9in wide x 6.9in high (17.4cm wide x 17.4cm high)
• 29 colours, DMC numbers given
• Uses full cross stitches; no backstitch or fractional stitches
• Stitch on fabric of your colour choice (image is shown on white fabric)
• Skill level: Suitable for those with experience of cross stitch

You will receive five PDF instant download files:
• Two page charts of both pattern versions in colour symbols, with a DMC thread key and a colour picture of the finished pattern
• Two page charts of both pattern versions in black and white symbols, with a DMC thread key and a colour picture of the finished pattern
• Guide to cross stitching, explaining everything you need to know to stitch the pattern