Canadian Hero Terry Fox Cross Stitch Pattern PDF Download
Canadian Hero Terry Fox Greyscale Cross Stitch Embroidery Needlepoint Pattern - PDF Digital Download
This is a full-coverage cross stitch pattern.
Compatible with pattern keeper
Stitch count: 120 x 281
How much fabric do you need? Stitching areas are rounded up to the nearest half-inch (example a pattern that is 10.35" x 10.72" is rounded to 10.5" x 11") to ensure you get enough fabric. Don't forget to add at least a few inches to the overall width and length of the fabric to give yourself enough room for framing!
14 Ct Fabric - 9" X 20.5"
18 Ct Fabric - 7" X 16"
25 Ct Fabric - 5" x 11.5"
DMC colors used: 7
Included in this easy-to read-PDF pattern:
- printable version of final stitched product
- black and white symbol chart
- page layout
- color floss legend with DMC length used
This PDF counted cross stitch pattern available for instant download. No fabric, floss, or materials are included with this purchase.
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This iconic greyscale photo is of Terry Fox, one of the most famous Canadians of the 20th century. Terry had his leg amputated when he was 19 years old after doctors discovered bone cancer. Undaunted, Terry decides to run across Canada in a "Marathon of Hope" as a way to fundraise for cancer research and to inspire others. While he ultimately ran over 3,500 kilometers from May-September of 1980, he had to stop his running when it was discovered that the cancer had spread to his lungs. Despite aggressive treatment and the support of all of Canada, Terry died less than a year later at the age of 22.
His legend lives on, however, and almost $800 million has been raised in Terry's name. Check out his foundation @ https://terryfox.org/