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I love you in binary code simple nerdy cross stitch pattern. Instant download!

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Want to surprise your loved one with a little cross stitched puzzle? This design is your best choice!

The code on it is the binary representation of the phrase 'I love you'. Every symbol (even the white space) is written in 0 and 1, just like the symbols deep inside computer core. (Try decoding it here => textmechanic.com/Binary-Code-Translator.html )

A great and easy geeky project! Can be used to make a beautiful greeting card for Valentine's Day.

Pattern size : 49w X 39h stitches, 2 colors (Choose any colors you like - seee, how the colors on the example photo are different from the ones listed in the pattern)

Approximate size of finished project:
Aida #14 -- 8.9 x 7 cm, 3.5 '' x 2.8 ''
Aida #18 -- 6.9 x 5.5 cm, 2.7 '' x 2.2 ''

The pattern is in full cross stitches only.

>> Please note that this is not a finished cross stitch, nor a kit. Materials are not included.
Same design can be purchased as a kit using this link: https://www.etsy.com/listing/576020827/i-love-you-in-binary-code-cross-stitch

After payment you will be able to instantly download
- The picture of what finished work will look like (as above)
- A ready-to-print PDF pattern complete with black-and-white symbol chart on one page and color floss legend for DMC thread

To view the chart, you may have to install Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader (available for free download here: http://get.adobe.com/reader/ ).
Want to surprise your loved one with a little cross stitched puzzle? This design is your best choice!

The code on it is the binary representation of the phrase 'I love you'. Every symbol (even the white space) is written in 0 and 1, just like the symbols deep inside computer core. (Try decoding it here => textmechanic.com/Binary-Code-Translator.html )

A great and easy geeky project! Can be used to make a beautiful greeting card for Valentine's Day.

Pattern size : 49w X 39h stitches, 2 colors (Choose any colors you like - seee, how the colors on the example photo are different from the ones listed in the pattern)

Approximate size of finished project:
Aida #14 -- 8.9 x 7 cm, 3.5 '' x 2.8 ''
Aida #18 -- 6.9 x 5.5 cm, 2.7 '' x 2.2 ''

The pattern is in full cross stitches only.

>> Please note that this is not a finished cross stitch, nor a kit. Materials are not included.
Same design can be purchased as a kit using this link: https://www.etsy.com/listing/576020827/i-love-you-in-binary-code-cross-stitch

After payment you will be able to instantly download
- The picture of what finished work will look like (as above)
- A ready-to-print PDF pattern complete with black-and-white symbol chart on one page and color floss legend for DMC thread

To view the chart, you may have to install Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader (available for free download here: http://get.adobe.com/reader/ ).

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