Malala Fund fundraising cross stitch pattern - "Peace, Hope and Love"
These instant download booklets contain three cross stitch patterns to make this set of designs on the theme of Peace, Hope and Love. 100% of my profits from the sale of these patterns will go to the Malala Fund: Working for a world where every girl can learn and lead. Currently nearly 130 million girls are out of school worldwide. Even more are in school but not learning. The Malala Fund is focussed on accelerating progress - challenging systems, policies and practices so all girls can access 12 years of free, safe, quality education.
On 14 count aida the patterns fit in 5 inch hoops, as shown in the image. They can be hung on a Christmas tree, stitched as Christmas cards or decorations, and also apply to any other religious or non-religious occasion as no specific religious symbols are included.
The set uses 10 DMC colours. It uses only full cross stitches; no backstitch or fractional stitches. Suitable for all skill levels including beginner. Stitch on dark fabric of your colour choice (images are shown on navy blue fabric).
You will receive three PDF instant download files:
• Five page booklet with all the charts in colour blocks with symbols, with a DMC thread key and a colour picture of the finished patterns
• Five page booklet with all the charts in black and white symbols (and colour backstitch), with a DMC thread key and a colour picture of the finished patterns
• Guide to cross stitching, explaining everything you need to know to stitch the pattern
This listing is for PDFs of this pattern; it is not a completed piece nor a kit, so no fabric, thread or other materials are included. The charts are Instant Download so you can start stitching straight away!
A link to the downloads will be sent to the email address you give when you order. There will also be a link to download the files directly from the completed order page. The files are sent as PDFs in one zip file. Please unzip the file (right click > extract all) after downloading, and then you can open each PDF within the file.
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If you have any problems or need help please let me know!
Patterns are for personal use only.
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