Old Windmill cross stitch pattern is a cute project that won’t take you long to stitch. It features an antique windmill, farmhouse, and trees which you can stitch in either baby pink, blue, or pewter. The project was charted from a vintage pattern, first published by Henry Hesse around 1908.
This is a cutaway project that measures 13.4 x 5.8 cm (1,091 stitches) when completed on 14-count Aida cloth. The finished piece would look lovely in a small metal frame or on a mini tote bag.
Your download pack includes the instructions for all three colour schemes (grayscale, baby blue, and baby pink) as well as an extra chart that works in the Pattern Keeper App.
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