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Free Eye of Horus / Wedjat Cross Stitch Pattern

Design © Connie G. Barwick, licensed to About.com, Inc.

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Design © 2009 Connie G. Barwick, licensed to About.com, Inc.

Free Eye of Horus Cross Stitch Pattern

Design © Connie G. Barwick, licensed to About.com, Inc.
The Eye of Horus,sometimes referred to as the wedjat, represents Horus, the Egyptian falcon-headed god. The Eye was used as a symbol of both protection and healing. It is similar to the Eye of Ra. Learn more.

Pattern Key:
Symbol    Floss Color Number
Cross Stitch
o   Use the floss color(s) of your choice.
Design Size: 56w by 41h
Stitching Level: Beginner
Finished Design Size:
For commonly used fabric counts (in inches):
Add several inches to each side for the cut fabric size.
  • 11-count, 5w by 3 5/8h
  • 14-count, 4w by 2 7/8h
  • 16-count, 3 1/2w by 2 1/2h
  • 18-count, 3w by 2 1/4h
(For fabric counts not listed here use the Finished Design Size Calculator.)
Stitching Tips: Use one-two strands of floss for back stitch and two-three strands of floss for cross stitch. For other fabric counts, adjust the number of floss strands as needed.

Helpful Cross Stitch Information: This free Cross Stitch pattern is protected by copyright laws. If someone wants a copy, please direct them to this URL - http://crossstitch.about.com
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