Watercolour Dog cross stitch pattern with frame
Watercolour Dog cross stitch pattern without frame
Watercolour Dog - section of cross stitch pattern
Cross stitch instructions

Watercolour Dog cross stitch pattern

Regular price £3.75 £0.00 Unit price per

Cross stitch pattern PDF of a running dog sketched in a rainbow watercolour effect. A fun and modern design for any dog lover!

• Stitch count: 85 wide x 65 high
• Approximate size on 14 count aida: 6.1in wide x 4.6in high (15.4cm wide x 11.8cm high)
• 6 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 some experience of cross stitch

You will receive three PDF instant download files:
• Chart in colour symbols, with a DMC thread key and a colour picture of the finished pattern
• Chart 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

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.

You may need Adobe Reader to open the PDF files. If you don’t have it you can download it for free here: https://get.adobe.com/uk/reader/

If you have any problems or need help please let me know!

Patterns are for personal use only.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Caroline Mason
Unusual and a pleasure to stitch

Thought it to be an unusual pattern of a very happy dog flouncing along. It reminded me of my English Setter now sadly passed, so just had to stitch it.
Enjoying it very much.