This Irish Shamrock Cross Stitch design is perfect for beginners to cross stitch.
Preaching in the open air on the doctrine of The Holy Trinity, Saint Patrick is said to have plucked a shamrock from the grass to show the existence of Three in One to his congregation.
The shamrock is also supposed to be a remedy against the bites and stings of snakes and scorpions and that is why there are no snakes in Ireland.
- Stitch count is 64 x 64.
- Finished design size is 4.5" x 4.5" when stitched on 14 count fabric (not included).
- Easy to follow cross stitch instructions.
- Large chart with colour symbols.
- Cross stitch design contains full stitches - no fractional stitches are required.
The designer Robin MacGrogan is now retired and stock is extremely limited. Only 2 patterns remaining.
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