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The Great Wave off Kanagawa - Hokusai

Here are examples of this cross stitch pattern as stitched by customers. Click any picture for a closer look.

There are also many more pictures posted in our Facebook group. (You don't need a Facebook account to look.)
The Great Wave off Kanagawa - Hokusai
Stitched by Naomi Levine

September 3, 2019 “Thank you for including me in this group! I am learning so many new techniques and it has only been a couple of days! I am working on The Great Wave Off Kanagawa and really have not gotten far. But this group had really inspired me to get back to it. I'm going to baste my page lines next. Then start parking my thread so I don't have to either end the thread, or go further than I am comfortable with. Thank you all so very much!”

Stitched on 32-count white Irish linen

March 1, 2018 “Here is a pix of my completed Great Wave Off Kanagawa, which I sheepishly send. 32-count white, Irish linen. It took a year-and-a-half and is at the framer's now.”

Stitched by Susie Salisbury, Canberra, Australia on 40-count linen (over 2)

November 6, 2015 “I used even weave linen. I am not 100% sure of the thread count, but I have counted 20 stitches to the inch -- so my guess is 40 threads to the inch. I wanted a small embroidery. I am particularly happy with the framing -- Antoinette specialises in framing (ie lacing) embroideries and she gives well excellent advice as to the framing options. ”

More pictures by Susie

Stitched by Julie in Eugene, Oregon on 22-count hardanger with 2 strands

June 24, 2009 “ I finished The Great Wave a few months ago, but just got it framed last week. I am including a picture. This can complete my series in the gallery! Time line: stitched from August to April. I got it done in time for the kid’s birthday, and her move into a new place. She picked out the frame and we left it with no mat, just the fabric as border (her brother’s suggestion because he said when he tells people that his mother stitched his Waterhouse Narcissus they don’t believe him, until he makes them look closely and see the individual x’s on the material). It looks good, although I can still see too many page break lines (no one else seems to notice, nor care).”

More pictures by Julie


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