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Little House on the Prairie Cross-stitch Pattern

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This is a pattern using the image of the first edition of Little House on the Prairie by Laura Ingalls Wilder. The illustration was by Helen Sewell and I've done my best to render it into cross-stitch and back-stitch.

When stitched on 14 count Aida it measures 9 inches wide by 9 3/4 inches high. The pattern will be sent to you as a .jpg file. This one does utilize a lot of back-stitch but I promise that's easy!

If you would like to commission a custom pattern, please ask.

Nervous about all the back stitching/blackwork? Here's one customer's experience with it:

"I went to Meredith with a half-baked idea that I wanted a cross stitch pattern for Little House on the Prairie, and in no time at all, she had whipped up a beautiful pattern. I started stitching it immediately, and it was such fun! The piece progressed quickly and easily. As soon as it was complete, I sent the finished picture to Meredith. I was in utter shock when she referred to it as blackwork! I had completed my first blackwork piece and didn't even know it. I had always admired blackwork but was too intimidated to try it on my own. I had done a fair amount of cross stitch as a kid, but hadn't touched it since I was 16. At 33, I picked it back up again, and it was only about a month later that I stitched Little House. Seriously, if I can do it, anyone can."
--Christine
This is a pattern using the image of the first edition of Little House on the Prairie by Laura Ingalls Wilder. The illustration was by Helen Sewell and I've done my best to render it into cross-stitch and back-stitch.

When stitched on 14 count Aida it measures 9 inches wide by 9 3/4 inches high. The pattern will be sent to you as a .jpg file. This one does utilize a lot of back-stitch but I promise that's easy!

If you would like to commission a custom pattern, please ask.

Nervous about all the back stitching/blackwork? Here's one customer's experience with it:

"I went to Meredith with a half-baked idea that I wanted a cross stitch pattern for Little House on the Prairie, and in no time at all, she had whipped up a beautiful pattern. I started stitching it immediately, and it was such fun! The piece progressed quickly and easily. As soon as it was complete, I sent the finished picture to Meredith. I was in utter shock when she referred to it as blackwork! I had completed my first blackwork piece and didn't even know it. I had always admired blackwork but was too intimidated to try it on my own. I had done a fair amount of cross stitch as a kid, but hadn't touched it since I was 16. At 33, I picked it back up again, and it was only about a month later that I stitched Little House. Seriously, if I can do it, anyone can."
--Christine

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Reviewed by Alicat09

Reviewed by PassingStrange
5 out of 5 stars
Sep 27, 2017
Arrived immediately. Very cute pattern!
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