An illustration for one of Kipling's "Just So Stories". He described the picture this way:
This is the picture of the Cat that Walked by Himself, walking by his wild lone through the Wet Wild Woods and waving his wild tail. There is nothing else in the picture except some toadstools. They had to grow there because the woods were so wet. The lumpy thing on the low branch isn't a bird. It is moss that grew there because the Wild Woods were so wet.
The background is not stitched, and the pattern is designed for white fabric. (1902)
Counted cross stitch chart booklet (floss and fabric not included -- see what is included)
320 x 391 stitches ■ 17 colors (DMC floss) ■ About 18" x 22" or 45 x 55 cm (on 18-count)
Watermarks are not part of the pattern or stitched results