Algerian Girl Cross Stitch Pattern - Pierre-Auguste Renoir

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Regular and Large print chart included

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This advanced fine-art cross stitch design, Algerian Girl, was developed from an 1881 painting by the famed impressionist artist Pierre-Auguste Renoir. It has the lively colors Renoir so often used. It is thought Lise Tréhot may have been the figure in this painting although she no longer was his model at the time of the painting. It resides at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

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

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

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Design Size:
226w x 288h stitches

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

Level of Difficulty:

Sewn Design Size:
14 count: 16.14 x 20.57 inches - 410mm x 523mm
18 count: 12.56 x 16.00 inches - 319mm x 406mm
20 count: 11.30 x 14.40 inches - 287mm x 366mm
22 count: 10.27 x 13.09 inches - 261mm x 333mm

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

Number of floss colors in the design: 69 (DMC cotton floss) No blended colors.