Cross-stitch pattern of a labyrinth

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On the example photograph the cross-stitches have been embroidered with one thread, but it is more beautiful to do it with two threads for a fuller colour.
You can also choose to embroider this pattern with only one or two colours.
Since thousands of years people have made labyrinths, and they are found all over the world. In peat-moor, sand and rocks, but also in mosaics on floors and walls. And of course they can be found in gardens and amusement parks. This one was made by Greg Bright. I have turned it into an embroider pattern. Thus the patience and pleasure of embroidering and puzzling are combined. So this is a pattern where you should not make any mistakes. To be sure there is a solution included. But don’t look at it too soon. Have fun.

Pattern information

Size: 364 x 232 cross-stitches circa 66 x 41 cm
Fabric: Jobelan 11 threads/cm Colour: White 85 x 60 cm
Used thread: DMC
Amount of Colours: 20 by combining two numbers 19 shades

Kind of stitches: Cross-stitches and back stitches
Year of design: 1991
Amount of pages: 18
PDF size: 412kB
A4 and Letter are both included in the order.

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