Raising The Flag On Iwo Jima Cross Stitch Pattern
Raising the Flag is a cross stitch pattern depicting the raising of the American Flag during the Battle of Iwo Jima in World War 2.
The stylistic look was created by converting the black and white image to a one-color cross stitch pattern (aka "monochromatic") that maintains the quality of the original image.
The white portion of the pattern is creating by stitching a dark color onto a light-colored fabric. Therefore, you could use any color fabric instead of white if you're looking to create something different.
There are only 16,396 stitches in the pattern which makes for a faster project than you might expect.
This cross stitch pattern is suitable for both the beginner cross stitcher and the more advanced. My philosophy is "one stitch at a time."
Stitch Count: 267 x 247
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: 19.5" x 18"
18 ct: 15" x 14"
25 ct: 11" x 10"
DMC Colors Used: 1
Included in this easy-to read physical pattern:
- Cover Page With Color Photo of Pattern Image
- Black/white printed pattern (patterns are single-sided)
- Color floss legend with DMC length used
- Page layout
Stitching Jules Design uses high-quality images sourced by either creative commons or proper licensure. Patterns are created to provide the best possible visual image in the smallest physical size possible.