Vic­to­rian Hearts & Flow­ers

Just Cross Stitch - - Victorian Hearts & Flowers - Fin­ished by Terri Flores

De­sign by Nancy Wahler of Faith­wurks Designs Skill Level: Ad­vanced

Stitch Count

Ini­tials: 12H x width varies Gar­land: 15H x 74W

De­sign Size

Ini­tials: 7/8" x width varies Gar­land: 13/8" x 51/ 3"


• 18" x 9" piece 28- count white Cashel

linen from Zweigart®* • One skein DMC® or Sul­li­vans® USA

six-strand em­broi­dery floss* • One skein each Clas­sic Color­works

cot­ton thread* • Size 24 ta­pes­try nee­dle *See Where to Find It on page 65. DMC® Sul­li­vans® 924 45269 gray green, vy. dk. Back­stitch 924 45269 gray green, vy. dk. Clas­sic Color­works Cot­ton Thread DMC® Al­ter­na­tives Listed in Paren­the­ses* bean sprout (581) (lazy daisy stitch) boy­sen­berry jam (33) (satin stitch hearts) Heather­leigh (32) (spi­der­web wheel rose) queen bee (3821) (spi­der­web wheel rose) rain shower (598) (spi­der­web wheel rose) Back­stitch bean sprout (581) *DMC® al­ter­na­tives are not one-to-one equiv­a­lents of the floss sug­gested by the de­signer. To achieve re­sults pic­tured, use floss listed in the first col­umn.


Choose ini­tials from al­pha­bet pro­vided. Re­fer­ring to the chart for place­ment, cen­ter ini­tials ap­prox­i­mately 41/4" from top edge of fab­ric and stitch.

Cen­ter gar­land ap­prox­i­mately 41/4" from bot­tom edge of fab­ric and stitch.

Cross stitch over two threads us­ing two strands of floss.

Back­stitch over two threads us­ing one strand of floss.

Work lazy daisy stitch us­ing two strands of floss.

Work satin stitch over seven threads us­ing two strands of floss.

Work spi­der­web wheel rose over eight threads us­ing three strands of floss.

Fin­ish­ing Ma­te­ri­als & In­struc­tions

• 16" x 8" piece co­or­di­nat­ing Du­pi­oni

silk for lin­ing • 16" x 8" piece fusible in­ter­fac­ing • 16" x 8" piece white cot­ton fab­ric • Clear ny­lon sew- on snap • Co­or­di­nat­ing sew­ing thread

Press stitched piece from re­verse side, straight­en­ing as much as pos­si­ble. Trim stitched piece to 20 threads from rose gar­land on both long sides and on short side be­low gar­land. Trim stitched piece to 33/4" on short side above crossstitch ini­tials.

Cut silk lin­ing, in­ter­fac­ing and white fab­ric to same size as trimmed linen. Fol­low­ing man­u­fac­turer’s di­rec­tions, fuse in­ter­fac­ing to wrong side of stitched piece. Place white cot­ton fab­ric on wrong side of linen and sew to­gether around all sides us­ing 1/4" seam al­lowance.

Pin silk lin­ing and as­sem­bled stitched piece right sides to­gether. Sew to­gether us­ing 1/4" seam al­lowance, leav­ing a 3" open­ing for turn­ing. Turn right side out, blind-stitch open­ing closed and press seams.

Fold up ini­tials end of as­sem­bled piece ap­prox­i­mately 5" to form pocket; press folded edge. Us­ing lad­der stitch, sew sides of pocket to­gether, leav­ing top open. Fold gar­land end down over pocket to cre­ate flap; flap should not cover ini­tials, but should over­lap top of pocket. Press folded edge. Cen­ter one half of ny­lon snap on linen above ini­tials and sew in place. Cen­ter other half of snap on silk-lin­ing side of flap, mak­ing sure snaps align, and sew in place.

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