This design features a striking example of blanket art of the Haida Indians of Alaska. It is adapted from a 1939 advertising poster for the Golden Gate International Exposition. Fast and easy to work. Designed to be worked on black fabric with the background left unstitched.
Uses 4 floss colors to create this stunning finished piece.
Made in full cross stitches.
Can be worked on aida cloth, linen, or any even weave or open weave fabric.
Actual stitch count: 161 x 180 stitches
Finished size will vary depending on the number of threads per inch in the fabric you are using. For 14 holes per inch, finished size will be 11.5" x 12.9".
All patterns can easily be converted to other count cloths. See our Cross Stitch Calculator for other thread counts.
Floss: DMC colors. If you prefer to use Anchor threads, we have a handy conversion chart available.
Chart will print out in multiple sheets with 8 spaces per inch for easy viewing.