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Irises - Claude Monet

Here are examples of this cross stitch pattern as stitched by customers. Click any picture for a closer look.
Irises - Claude Monet
Stitched by Lurdes Felipe, Lisbon, Portugal on 18-count aida

March 3, 2016 “Here is my latest Scarlet Quince project already framed and hanging on the wall. It took me around 2,5 years stitching, mainly on weekends. I've fully enjoyed every minute and the output is truly amazing. Thank you for having such delightful patterns.”


Stitched by Terry Garrett Robinson, Waller, Texas on 18-count aida

June 17, 2015 ”And..... scroll... on to 4th and tiny 5th row of pages.“

More pictures by Terry

Stitched by Sally Bristol, Smithfield, Virginia on 32-count aida

March 21, 2013 “Here is the 2nd row completed of the purple irises. It is absolutely gorgeous!!”

More pictures by Sally

Stitched by Jennifer Pike, Charlotte, North Carolina on 28-count linen

“While I don’t have it framed yet, I thought I’d share my finished project. It took me 21 months... Thank you for your patterns. I’ve started on my next one already.”


Stitched by Patricia Vines, Hensley, Arkansas on 18-count white aida

“Finally the irises are framed! We tried many mats and none seemed right - finally the framer suggested a double frame which I had not seen before - it’s really beautiful.”

More pictures by Patricia

Stitched by Wanda, Jacksonville, Florida on 14-count aida

“I am pleased to report a COMPLETED Claude Monet stitchery now hangs in a home in Moraga, California. I stitched these Irises for a good friend ... I enjoyed stitching the Monet so much I’ve offered to do another as a niece’s wedding gift.”


 


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