Eiffel Tower Cross Stitch Pattern - Robert Delaunay

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This advanced fine-art cross-stitch design, Eiffel Tower, was developed from a 1910 painting by French Cubist artist Robert Delaunay in which he exhibited his preference for geometric shapes and bold color. The Eiffel Tower was built for the Exposition Universelle de Paris of 1889 and was an exciting subject for Delaunay because of the energy and modernity it emanated through its capacity as a radio tower to create international communications. Delaunay did several paintings of the Eiffel Tower, the first in celebration of his engagement to fellow artist Sonia Terk in 1909.

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Design Size:
360w x 276h stitches

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

Level of Difficulty:

Sewn Design Size:
14 count: 18.50 x 25.71 inches - 470mm x 653mm
18 count: 14.39 x 20.00 inches - 365mm x 508mm
20 count: 12.95 x 18.00 inches - 329mm x 457mm
22 count: 11.77 x 16.36 inches - 299mm x 416mm

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

Number of floss colors in the design: 74 (DMC cotton floss) No blended colors.