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A Girl with a Watering Can Cross Stitch Chart - Pierre-Auguste Renoir

$9.97

Regular and Large print chart included
Pattern Keeper compatible

This advanced fine-art cross stitch design was developed from A Girl with a Watering Can, a painting done by Impressionist artist, August Renoir in 1876. It is thought that this painting was done in Monet'€™s famous garden at Argenteuil in France. The subject of the painting is Mademoiselle Leclere wearing a deep blue dress and a bright red bow in her hair and holding a watering can. This painting resides at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC.

This chart is available in two formats - regular and large print. Once you make your purchase you will have access to both.

If you would like to see the floss list before buying a chart just click on this link - FLOSS LIST - to view the floss list.

Advanced cross stitch instructions and a floss amount conversion chart are included in the pattern.

We guarantee our charts 100%. If you are not happy with your purchase please send us a message.

This chart is a Digital Download. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader, which is a free program, to read and print out the file. If you don't have Acrobat Reader CLICK HERE to download. After your purchase is complete you will receive an e-mail with instructions to download your file. You will also have access to the download file when you are logged into your Serenity Stitchworks account.

Design Size:
239w x 324h stitches

Types of Stitches:
Full stitches only, no half or quarter stitches, no backstitching

Level of Difficulty:
Advanced

Sewn Design Size:
14 count: 17.07 x 23.14 inches - 434mm x 588mm
18 count: 13.28 x 18.00 inches - 337mm x 457mm
20 count: 11.95 x 16.20 inches - 304mm x 411mm
22 count: 10.86 x 14.73 inches - 276mm x 374mm

Fabric size necessary for design:
Add six inches to both length and width (3" on each side)

Number of floss colors in the design: 72 (DMC cotton floss) No blended colors.

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Regular and Large print chart included
Pattern Keeper compatible

This advanced fine-art cross stitch design was developed from A Girl with a Watering Can, a painting done by Impressionist artist, August Renoir in 1876. It is thought that this painting was done in Monet'€™s famous garden at Argenteuil in France. The subject of the painting is Mademoiselle Leclere wearing a deep blue dress and a bright red bow in her hair and holding a watering can. This painting resides at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC.

This chart is available in two formats - regular and large print. Once you make your purchase you will have access to both.

If you would like to see the floss list before buying a chart just click on this link - FLOSS LIST - to view the floss list.

Advanced cross stitch instructions and a floss amount conversion chart are included in the pattern.

We guarantee our charts 100%. If you are not happy with your purchase please send us a message.

This chart is a Digital Download. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader, which is a free program, to read and print out the file. If you don't have Acrobat Reader CLICK HERE to download. After your purchase is complete you will receive an e-mail with instructions to download your file. You will also have access to the download file when you are logged into your Serenity Stitchworks account.

Design Size:
239w x 324h stitches

Types of Stitches:
Full stitches only, no half or quarter stitches, no backstitching

Level of Difficulty:
Advanced

Sewn Design Size:
14 count: 17.07 x 23.14 inches - 434mm x 588mm
18 count: 13.28 x 18.00 inches - 337mm x 457mm
20 count: 11.95 x 16.20 inches - 304mm x 411mm
22 count: 10.86 x 14.73 inches - 276mm x 374mm

Fabric size necessary for design:
Add six inches to both length and width (3" on each side)

Number of floss colors in the design: 72 (DMC cotton floss) No blended colors.

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