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Sugar Glider at Night Cross Stitch Pattern

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Cross Stitch Wild Sugar Glider

How about cross stitching one of Australia’s sweetest tree dwelling mammals? It’s the super cute Sugar Glider.

This Sugar Glider was photographed in the wild in it’s natural habitat and is brought to you exclusively by Faunaverse Wildlife Books and Photography.

 

Description

This chart was inspired by a Faunaverse photograph of a Sugar Glider — taken in the wild Australian forests at night. Sugar Gliders are nocturnal animals.

These little mammals will fit in the palm of your hand and are native to Australia, New Guinea, and Indonesia. They feed on flower nectar, pollen, and tree sap, but he coolest thing about sugar gliders (apart from their gorgeous little striped faces), is the membrane (or wings) between their fingers and ankle, allowing them to glide nearly 50 metres (150 feet).

Your purchase of this chart helps birds and animals all over Australia as the Faunaverse team continue their important field research and wildlife survey work — as well as running wildlife awareness programs in schools and community libraries.

The Project

Our awesome cross stitch recreates a sugar glider among the tree blossoms. Using 32 DMC thread tones, you’ll capture the full texture and detail of the sugar glider’s face and soft furry tail.

The Artists

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.

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14 count Aida cloth 200 x 196 stitches (36.3 x 35.6cm)

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