Penpack Pears free cross stitch pattern
Origin of Image
This chart is made from a 1940's era fruit crate label from Australia. Australian fruit was imported all over the Pacific Rim and back to England. I made a chart of the image because it was such a simple image and I liked the font style.
To save the pattern just right click on the image and scroll down to save as, to download to your computer.
The stitch count of this pattern is 90 wide by 58 high and uses 7 DMC colors.
This pattern is set up for 14 count aida but can easily be adjusted to higher stitch counts to make the image smaller.
I set the aida color as white just to make it easier on my end, but you can use any color aida really, light blue would fit the image exactly or you could just stitch in a background color that you like. The image is so simple that it is easy to make adjustments to the color.
I have quite a few free charts on Hubpages and they are on this list of cross stitch patterns
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