A pretty Blue White Water Lily cross stitch pattern for you to delight-in. This blue and white embroidery design will add a wonderful touch of nature to your decor. Inspired by an Edwardian era, Ellis Rowan painting of five Water Lily flowers and buds. An aquatic perennial plant native to tropical and sub-tropical Australia and New Guinea. On first bloom, petals are a light purple-blue colour that mature to light blue or white. These plants are also known as “Blue Cloud”.
What are the embroidery specifications?
This flower design has 83 floss colours using DMC stranded cotton. It is a large-sized pattern at 140 stitches wide and 204 stitches high (28,560 stitches in total). The finished cross stitch measures 25.4 x 37 cm (10 x 14.6 in) on 14-count Aida (does not include margins for framing). Using whole cross stitch only, we recommend this pattern for beginner cross-stitchers.
What do you get?
You will get an instruction PDF and various chart types. Chart types include a symbols-on-colour, black and white and a colour blocks chart. Multipage cross stitch charts, suitable for printing, are provided where applicable. Do you prefer reading the Blue White Water Lily chart off of a mobile device? You will also get single-page versions of each embroidery chart type.
As this pattern is an instant download, you can start stitching right away. This product is not a kit and does not include thread, floss, fabric or other materials.
Where can I buy this product online?
Visit our Etsy shop to buy this digital cross stitch pattern.
|Stitch count:||140 x 204 (28,560 total stitches)|
|Size:||25.4 x 37 cm (10 x 14.6 inches) with 14 count Aida (not including margins)|
|Thread colours:||83 DMC stranded cotton|
|Recommended skill level:||Beginner / Easy|
|Stitch types used:||Whole cross stitches|
|Tags:||Australian native, Ellis Rowan, Historical artwork|
|RRP:||AUD $10.00 (price excludes GST/VAT)|
Rowan, Ellis. (1911). Nymphaea gigantea Hook., family Nymphaeaceae and Cyperus esculentus L., family Cyperaceae, 1911[?]. National Library of Australia.