This chart was inspired by a Faunaverse photograph of a Green-Eyed Tree Frog — a rainforest frog with a distinct line of green along their eyebrows. They are native to the Australia’s wet tropics region in northern Queensland.
Our awesome cross stitch creates a realistic Green-Eyed Tree Frog. Using 32 different DMC colours, you’ll capture the full texture and colour of the little frog’s green eye-brows and camouflage skin.
We’ve removed the background for you, but suggest using black blue Aida cloth. This also mimics the dark jungle atmosphere.
Green-Eyed Tree Frog cross stitch is not a full coverage project. It measures 27.9cm x 56.6cm (14 count Aida) and has 26,020 stitches. We’ve rated the project Challenging PLUS due to the confetti and similar thread tones. Look for the additional Pattern Keeper chart in your download pack to make things easier.
Faunaverse Wildlife is series of books created by field zoologist Alex Dudley and his wife Jane. Together Alex and Jane explore Australia’s wild places — photographing vulnerable species, writing cool poems, and educating the wider community on wildlife conservation and better landcare practices.
Alex is also a working zoologist and fauna survey consultant to Australian government departments, while Jane is a musician and writer. Check out more Faunaverse charts exclusive to Cross Stitch Patterns Online.
SUPPORT AUSTRALIAN WILDLIFE PROTECTION: Alex and Jane Dudley of Faunaverse Wildlife have dedicated their lives to conservation, land restoration, and the protection of Australia’s vulnerable species. 50% of the purchase price of this chart goes directly to Faunaverse to help them continue their important work.