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Girl at Sewing Machine Cross Stitch Pattern

$5.82 USD

Edward Hopper Cross Stitch

Cross stitch an uninhibited seamstress absorbed in her work and in full creative flow.

You’ll love this bright symbol of creative threadcraft and focus in DMC warm tones — dark orange spice, autumn gold, tangerine, and straw.



This bright orange cross stitch was inspired by the 1921 painting Girl at Sewing Machine by American artist Edward Hopper. Our cross stitch is the same size (approximately) as the original painting.

The Project

Girl at Sewing Machine cross stitch pattern is full coverage project measuring 45.4cm x 48.6cm when stitched on 14 count Adia cloth. We think you’ll enjoy stitching the bold orange colour blocks and contrasting blue sky lighting up the window and the seamstress busy at her sewing machine. We adore the realistic shadows the artist has splashed across the walls.

PLEASE NOTE: your download pack includes an extra chart that as been specially formatted for Pattern Keeper App. Use PK to track your project and mark off the stitches you have already completed.

The Artist

Edward Hopper was an American artist who lived from 1882 until 1967. He is famous for contribution to American Realism and his everyday subject matter — rural and suburban scenes of restaurant diners, gas stations, and home dwellers.

We’ve transformed some of his paintings (that are now in the public domain) into beautiful cross stitch projects. Check them out here.

Additional information

Pattern Keeper


14 count Aida cloth 250 x 268 stitches (45.4 x 48.6cm)


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