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Coffee Saves Lives; the Magical Elixir Series #1. Cross Stitch Pattern by Heartstring Samplery

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This listing is for a CROSS STITCH PATTERN, not for the finished sampler.

There has never been a time that I haven’t loved coffee. Even as a young kid who wasn’t allowed to drink it, I lived for mornings at my Grandma’s house, where that lovely aroma was the first thing I smelled each day. My parents have never been coffee drinkers, so it was a rare and special treat to watch the ritual of sipping and enjoying the dark elixir made from magical beans.

My ability to drink caffeine has been severely altered in the past several years, but that doesn’t stop me. Decaf isn’t quite as tasty, but it really has never been about the energy boost, nor about the addiction to the caffeine. Purely and simply, I am addicted to the ritual that a hot cup of black coffee brings to my day. First thing in the morning is most important, but I find myself turning to it at any time of the day to bring me back to center focus and make my whole being happy.

This lovely beverage (dark and black, please, with nothing added except perhaps ice on a hot day) is going to be the focus of a new series I’ve titled “The Magical Elixir”. I’m not sure yet how many designs, and what the timing of their releases will be, but I already have ideas for three, and like odd numbers, so perhaps five when all told, so they can create a nice grouping in your kitchen or dining room or wherever it is that you enjoy your morning cup of joy.

Stitch Count: 195 x 195
Model stitched with one thread over two on R & R 32ct. Winter Brew

Stitches used: Counted Cross Stitch, Eyelet, French Knot

Weeks Dye Works: Palomino, Cocoa, Grasshopper
The Gentle Art: Dark Chocolate, Apple Cider, Caramel Corn,
Pecan Pie, Ruby Slipper
Classic Colorworks: Hazelnut

Conversion to DMC included inside.

Frame by Signed and Numbered: New Cottage Style Vintage Dark Wood Tone
This frame is a custom size and can be ordered here on etsy: https://www.etsy.com/shop/signedandnumbered

When you purchase a frame from their shop, they have generously offered a coupon code just for my customers! Enter HEARTSTRING10 at checkout to get ten percent off of your order (this coupon code won't work in MY shop, but only in the SignedandNumbered shop).



All of my patterns come with a fully detailed & professional thread chart, color photograph, & my recommendations for floss and fabric. It will arrive in a plastic zip-close envelope for safe keeping.
This listing is for a CROSS STITCH PATTERN, not for the finished sampler.

There has never been a time that I haven’t loved coffee. Even as a young kid who wasn’t allowed to drink it, I lived for mornings at my Grandma’s house, where that lovely aroma was the first thing I smelled each day. My parents have never been coffee drinkers, so it was a rare and special treat to watch the ritual of sipping and enjoying the dark elixir made from magical beans.

My ability to drink caffeine has been severely altered in the past several years, but that doesn’t stop me. Decaf isn’t quite as tasty, but it really has never been about the energy boost, nor about the addiction to the caffeine. Purely and simply, I am addicted to the ritual that a hot cup of black coffee brings to my day. First thing in the morning is most important, but I find myself turning to it at any time of the day to bring me back to center focus and make my whole being happy.

This lovely beverage (dark and black, please, with nothing added except perhaps ice on a hot day) is going to be the focus of a new series I’ve titled “The Magical Elixir”. I’m not sure yet how many designs, and what the timing of their releases will be, but I already have ideas for three, and like odd numbers, so perhaps five when all told, so they can create a nice grouping in your kitchen or dining room or wherever it is that you enjoy your morning cup of joy.

Stitch Count: 195 x 195
Model stitched with one thread over two on R & R 32ct. Winter Brew

Stitches used: Counted Cross Stitch, Eyelet, French Knot

Weeks Dye Works: Palomino, Cocoa, Grasshopper
The Gentle Art: Dark Chocolate, Apple Cider, Caramel Corn,
Pecan Pie, Ruby Slipper
Classic Colorworks: Hazelnut

Conversion to DMC included inside.

Frame by Signed and Numbered: New Cottage Style Vintage Dark Wood Tone
This frame is a custom size and can be ordered here on etsy: https://www.etsy.com/shop/signedandnumbered

When you purchase a frame from their shop, they have generously offered a coupon code just for my customers! Enter HEARTSTRING10 at checkout to get ten percent off of your order (this coupon code won't work in MY shop, but only in the SignedandNumbered shop).



All of my patterns come with a fully detailed & professional thread chart, color photograph, & my recommendations for floss and fabric. It will arrive in a plastic zip-close envelope for safe keeping.

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Coffee Saves Lives; the Magical Elixir Series #1. Cross Stitch Pattern by Heartstring Samplery

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  • Handmade Supply
  • Craft type: Cross stitch
  • Materials: cross stitch chart, materials list, instructions, photograph, cover, plastic envelope, and a piece of my heart
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