Needlepoint Cushion Pattern:
Izmir 19th c. Motif

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This needlepoint cushion pattern is abased on a Bergam, Izmir carpet motif from the 19th c.

The main theme is composed of four hands on hips, motifs arranged in squares symbolizing fertility.  Amulets and eyes are used as a means of protection.

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Fabric: Zweigart, Mono Canvas White
Sewing Count: 39/100mm or 10.0/inch
Chart Size: 248 x 198 Stitches
Finished Size: 630 x 503 mm or 24.8 x 19.8 inch
Fabric Size: 780 x 653 mm or 30.7 x 25.7 inch
Stitch Style: Tent stitch

Chart pages: 12

Chart Pack Price: $14.50

What you need to know about your needlepoint carpet pattern chart pack:

Please remember that you will need a PDF reader on your computer to look and print your chart pages. 

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You can print the chart page by page, or all at once.  This chart pack contains 12 pages including a color and/or black and white key for your yarns and a charted pattern  with instructions for the progression of stitching.

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