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A Young Hare - Albrecht Durer

Here are examples of this cross stitch pattern as stitched by customers. Click any picture for a closer look.
A Young Hare - Albrecht Durer
Stitched by Liz Edwards, Rugby, England on 14-count

August 21, 2018 “The Hare 2015/2016 took 14 months, a gift for my mother and now has pride of place in her living room and inspired her to take an interest in Albrecht Durer’s work.”

Stitched by Irina Lapko, Hong Kong on 18-count aida

September 12, 2012 “ I cannot tell you how much I love your patterns!!! I've done two of your patterns so far and looking forward to starting working on my next. The Hare is one of my favorite watercolors. I'm actually fascinated by rabbits :) I have now the beautiful Durer's work embroidered to add to my old Pillivuyt rabbit terrines that I collect.”

More pictures by Irina

Stitched by Norma Schweiss, Louisville, Kentucky on 18-count Zweigart needlepoint canvas with 4 strands of floss

“Your patterns are fantastic. I stitched them in needlepoint on canvas. I am now on my third chart..."EASE" by William Michael Harnett. My first one was "A YOUNG HARE" by Albrecht Durer. I stitched it twice, first on 24 count canvas (congress cloth) and then on 18 count Zweigart canvas. The second chart was "JOB LOT CHEAP" by William Michael Harnett. I stitched it on 18 count canvas. Each chart was a joy to stitch.”

More pictures by Norma

Stitched by MJ Grady on 18-count white aida

“I had the hare framed very simply -- that seemed most in keeping. He has been a big success. My mother-in-law cried when she saw it. A saleswoman asked if it was a favorite pet. She couldn’t believe it when I told her it was needlework! (The gray smudgy places are reflections -- it’s under glass because it’s in my kitchen.)”

More pictures by MJ


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