Lettuce Craft (with pattern!)

I designed a new small graph. It’s only 54 x 54 stitches, and when stitched on 14 count aida, it measures 3.75 inches. I’m going to look for a small frame to put this in over the weekend.

I also created the chart to share with you all.

Lettuce Craft Chart

Supplies

  • 14 count aida. (I cut mine to be 8x8 inches, then centered the piece)
  • DMC floss in the colors listed under the chart
  • tapestry needle
  • scissors

Use 2 strands of floss for each cross stitch. Use 1 strand of floss for the back stitching. If you don’t already have black floss on hand, you can use a single strand of the darkest green for the back stitching.

If you make anything using my pattern, please tag me in your post as I’d love to see what you create! :heart:

EDITED TO ADD:
I added grid lines and a diamond to mark the center of the chart.

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This is wonderful! Thanks for sharing your pattern with us :smiley:

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Fabulous! Thank you so much for sharing!

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So cool!!!

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This is really great! Thanks for sharing!

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Wonderful creation!

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Thanks! This would look perfect on my lettuce fabric bag! I am excited for this collaboration…going to start this NOW!

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Jamie…where is the middle?

edited: I found it easily enough…sorry

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Super cute! Thanks for sharing the graph with us.

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So awesome! Thanks for the pattern too.

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This is so awesome! LC Pride!!

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Love it! Thank you for sharing!

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What program did you make this in?

Thank you for sharing!

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Awesome patternmaking! Looks great!

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I made it in Microsoft Excel

I’ve heard people can use it, just never anyone who did. Cool! Thank you!

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You are my hero! Thank you for sharing!

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I did it! Thanks for the pattern. It was fun…I made a bunch of mistakes but I am going to use it on another project and no one will really notice or care! :smiley: It is so cute!

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It looks great! Thank you for sharing! :leafy_green::heart::thread:

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I added an updated chart to this post with the middle marked and some grid lines. I hope that’s more helpful. :slight_smile: