Santa Claus Cross Stitch Pattern | Happy New Year
✎ -=Santa Claus | Grandfather Frost ★ Happy New Year!=-. The pattern comes in .PDF format (in zip archive).
🔎 Santa Claus | Father Christmas | Ded Moroz | Grandfather Frost: cross stitch pattern, cross stitch pattern for download, printable cross stitch, PDF pattern, printable PDF pattern.
🔔 Only digital format, instant download.
★ Pattern specification for different types of fabric
• Fabric: Aida.
• Colors: 14. Palette: DMC.
• Size: 66 × 66 stitches.
• Finished size will vary depending on the count fabric/canvas you choose.
✔ 14 count ⇒ Size: 4.71 × 4.71 inches | 11.97 × 11.97 cm
✔ 16 count ⇒ Size: 4.12 × 4.12 inches | 10.46 × 10.46 cm
✔ 18 count ⇒ Size: 3.67 × 3.67 inches | 9.32 × 9.32 cm
💾 5 PDF includes:
1. FIVE SCHEMES (Fabric: 14 count Mint Green Aida):
• Color Blocks with Symbols.
• Color Symbols.
• Color Blocks.
• Color Crosses.
• Black and White Symbols.
2. Color photo for reference.
3. List of DMC thread colors (instruction and key section).
🔔 Please note this is a digital pattern only! No fabric, floss, or other materials are included in the listing.
⛔ Returns & exchanges. This is a digital product and I don’t accept returns, exchanges, or cancellations.
❤ Feel free to contact me if you have any further questions.
✎ Reference Information.
🔎 Santa Claus’s home traditionally includes a residence and a workshop where he creates-often with the aid of elves or other supernatural beings-the gifts he delivers to good children at Christmas. In North American tradition (in the United States and Canada), Santa lives on the North Pole, which according to Canada Post lies within Canadian jurisdiction in postal code H0H 0H0.
🔎 Ded Moroz is a fictional character similar to Father Christmas and Santa Claus who has his roots in Slavic paganism mythology. The tradition of Ded Moroz is mostly spread in East Slavic countries and is an important part of Russian culture. The literal translation is “Grandfather Frost”.
🔎 Santa Claus appears in the weeks before Christmas in department stores or shopping malls, or at parties. The practice of this has been credited to James Edgar, as he started doing this in 1890 in his Brockton, Massachusetts department store. In the United States and Canada, children traditionally leave Santa a glass of milk and a plate of cookies; in Britain and Australia, he is sometimes given sherry or beer, and mince pies instead. In Denmark, Norway and Sweden, it is common for children to leave him rice porridge with cinnamon sugar instead. In Ireland it is popular to give him Guinness or milk, along with Christmas pudding or mince pies.
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