Temperature Tree cross stitch pattern PDF - INSTANT DOWNLOAD
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PDF cross stitch pattern - Temperature Tree - INSTANT DOWNLOAD
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Stitch this fun 365 days project for the new year! Create a one-of-a-kind design that reflects the changing temperatures throughout the year. This counted cross stitch pattern will result in a colorful tree whose leaves change in color throughout the year. Stitch one leaf each day using one of 20 different floss colors - whichever one has been assigned to that day's high temperature - and watch your tree grow! Each of the 12 branches contains exactly the right amount of leaves for that month, as you work your way clockwise around the tree trunk. (For a leap year, I have charted an optional leaf for February 29th).
The first picture shows an example tree using temperatures from my town during the year 2017. The second picture is what the pattern will look like, since every person will be stitching different colors for each leaf. There are four different temperature charts I have created that allow for people in different climates to participate and all still have a colorful tree. Each version contains the same range of 20 DMC embroidery floss colors for the leaves. The "Varied" version has temperatures ranging from 27-100 degrees Fahrenheit in 4 degree increments, with each increment assigned a DMC color. The "Hot" version ranges from 50 to 110 degrees, the "Cold" version ranges from 12 to 85 degrees, and the "Extreme" version ranges from -10 to 110 degrees (Celsius conversions are included). ***All four temperature charts are included in this instant download.***
A great resource for finding temperatures in your hometown is accuweather.com. Within the Local Weather page, choose the "Month" view, and you can see temperatures for the past year.
If you want to find historical temperatures farther back to commemorate a special year, try https://www.wunderground.com/history/.
***Come join the fun on my Facebook group "Stitch Along with Stitchin' Mommy" to share your progress and finishes! https://www.facebook.com/groups/174828079668403/ I will be sharing my progress as I stitch through the temperatures in 2020.
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Your pattern includes:
- Color picture of the 2017 example in simulated stitches
- Color chart
- Four Symbol Keys with DMC floss numbers and stitching instructions for four different temperature ranges
- Written cross-stitch instructions to get you started
- Separate file that is compatible with the Pattern Keeper digital app
Stitch Count: 148w x 144h.
Approximate Design Size on 14ct (or 28ct 2 over 2): 10.6"w x 10.3"h (27 x 26.5cm)
Approximate Design Size on 16ct (or 32ct 2 over 2): 9.3"w x 9"h (23.5 x 23cm)
Approximate Design Size on 18ct: 8.2"w x 8"h (21 x 20.5cm)
Approximate Design Size on 28ct 1 over 1: 5.3"w x 5.1"h (13.5 x 13cm)
Approximate design size on 32 count 1 over 1: 4.6"w x 4.5"h (12 x 11.5cm)
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PRINT COPY: https://www.etsy.com/listing/751677338/print-copy-temperature-tree-cross-stitch
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1,375 reviews5 out of 5 stars
I have been trying to decide which temperature piece to get and I am so happy with the temperature tree. I was able to upload it to pattern keeper with no problems. Thanks Sarah!
Who saw this and thought it was a good to make 5 of them as gifts for this? Only me? Oh and didn't start them until after the first week? I'm a glutton! Love the pattern, first tree is done keeping track of my Temps to do the leaves when I finish all of the trees.
Works in Patter Keeper. Yah!
In the process of making this pattern. I love it so far. I will be adding more colors for temperatures below -23°c as it can get to -45°c.
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