Misty Hill Stu­dio

Just Cross Stitch - - Contents - Holly DeVivo Misty Hill Stu­dio; holly@misty­hill­stu­dio.com; www.misty­hill­stu­dio.com/blog/

Left Be­hind Skill Level: Easy DMC® Sul­li­vans®

814 45216 garnet, dk. 3865 45463 win­ter white 3371 45351 black brown 937 45279 avo­cado green,

med. 3781 45393 mocha brown,

dk. 3782 45394 mocha brown, lt. 783 45201 topaz, med.

Back­stitch

3371 45351 black brown Fab­ric: 9" x 9" piece 28-count dirty linen Cashel linen from Zweigart® Stitch Count: 41H x 35W De­sign Size: 3" x 21/2" In­struc­tions: Cross stitch over two threads us­ing two strands of floss. Back­stitch over two threads us­ing one strand of floss.

Fin­ish­ing Ma­te­ri­als & In­struc­tions

• Rib­bon: 10" ( 3/4"- wide) plaid and 8" ( 3/8"

wide) brown sheer • Card­board squares: 3" and 33/4" • Cot­ton bat­ting • Tacky glue • Tacky spray • Dec­o­ra­tive-edge ro­tary cut­ter and

cut­ting board • Two 41/2" x 61/2" pieces brown felt • 5" x 5" piece plaid fab­ric Press from re­verse side and trim stitched piece to 1" mar­gin on all sides.

Us­ing tacky spray, at­tach cot­ton bat­ting to 3" square card­board. Trim bat­ting along each side to match card­board piece. Us­ing tacky glue on back edges, mount stitched piece over bat­ting side of square.

Us­ing tacky spray, at­tach cot­ton bat­ting to 33/4" square card­board and trim along each side to match card­board piece. Mount plaid fab­ric to this square over bat­ting us­ing tacky glue on back edges of card­board.

Layer the two felt pieces and cut into a 61/4" high x 5" wide tag shape with ro­tary cut­ter. Cut a small X shape through both lay­ers at top of tag 1/2" from top cen­ter for hang­ing rib­bon. Glue felt pieces to­gether, match­ing edges.

In lower sec­tion of tag, cen­ter and glue plaid square.

Cen­ter and glue stitched piece square on plaid square.

Make a small bow from brown rib­bon and glue on brown felt above squares.

When glue is dry, thread plaid rib­bon through X in felt for hanger and tie ends in a knot.

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