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Presidential Cross-Stitch Pattern: Theodore Roosevelt Edition

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Theodore Roosevelt had a big personality. He hated being called "Teddy Roosevelt" - but since "teddy bears" were named after him in 1902, he'll probably never shake the nickname. In 1912, he founded the short-lived Bull Moose Party in order to run against William Howard Taft (the very man Roosevelt had supported as his successor in 1908).

Great wall decor or gift for teachers, history buffs, and other nerds.

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This listing is for a digital file including color and black-and-white patterns. It also comes with detailed instructions suitable for total beginners. You will receive no physical item.

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Just want Teddy by himself? Check out my Pick-a-POTUS listing here to order individual pattern(s) for the president(s) you want: www.etsy.com/listing/385005670

You may also be interested in my other presidential patterns, which you can check out here: tinyurl.com/POTUSstitch

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Whole Picture:
90 x 47 stitches
6.4 x 3.4 inches on 14-count Aida cloth
5.0 x 2.6 inches on 18-count Aida cloth
4.1 x 2.2 inches on 22-count Aida cloth

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This pattern includes cross stitches and back stitches.

The included pattern is written for DMC floss, but I’m happy to convert to Anchor, Appleton, Coates, Dinky-Dyes, Madeira, and others. Just message me to make sure that I can convert to your preferred brand. I’ll send you the conversion as quickly as possible.

Patterns are not for commercial use. Please do not reproduce or resell in any form. Thanks for looking!
Theodore Roosevelt had a big personality. He hated being called "Teddy Roosevelt" - but since "teddy bears" were named after him in 1902, he'll probably never shake the nickname. In 1912, he founded the short-lived Bull Moose Party in order to run against William Howard Taft (the very man Roosevelt had supported as his successor in 1908).

Great wall decor or gift for teachers, history buffs, and other nerds.

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This listing is for a digital file including color and black-and-white patterns. It also comes with detailed instructions suitable for total beginners. You will receive no physical item.

---

Just want Teddy by himself? Check out my Pick-a-POTUS listing here to order individual pattern(s) for the president(s) you want: www.etsy.com/listing/385005670

You may also be interested in my other presidential patterns, which you can check out here: tinyurl.com/POTUSstitch

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Whole Picture:
90 x 47 stitches
6.4 x 3.4 inches on 14-count Aida cloth
5.0 x 2.6 inches on 18-count Aida cloth
4.1 x 2.2 inches on 22-count Aida cloth

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This pattern includes cross stitches and back stitches.

The included pattern is written for DMC floss, but I’m happy to convert to Anchor, Appleton, Coates, Dinky-Dyes, Madeira, and others. Just message me to make sure that I can convert to your preferred brand. I’ll send you the conversion as quickly as possible.

Patterns are not for commercial use. Please do not reproduce or resell in any form. Thanks for looking!

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