Cross-stitch pattern of shapes that are possible and impossible if you would try to recreate them in 3D.
More information you can read below.
This is a PDF pattern.

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As you can see looking at this pattern in this period in my life I am still fascinated by three-dimensional forms.
This pattern proofs that it’s not always possible to create everything drawn on paper.
It is a kind of puzzle.
Can you find out what forms should and should not be possible?
I choose to use Anchor Marlitt embroidering the back stitches in this pattern because this is a tread with an intense lustre and I wanted to try-out embroidering whit this tread. There are three colours used making the back stitches: black, medium grey and very light grey. You can choose embroidering the back stitches in a different kind of thread, choosing the colours you think match with the cross-stitches.
If you think grey is too boring, consider choosing another colour range instead of the 9 shades of grey.
In this pattern only full cross-stitches are used.

Pattern information

Size: 320 x 180 cross-stitches circa 58 x 33 cm
Fabric: Jobelan 11 threads/cm Colour: Light Lavender 80 x 55 cm
Used thread: DMC and Anchor Marlitt
Amount of Colours: 12
Kind of stitches: Cross-stitches and back stitches
Year of design: 2003
Amount of pages: 10
PDF size: 251kB
A4 and Letter are both included in the order.

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