Printed embroidery chart “Bayun Cat”
In Russian folklore, a huge black talking cat that lives in the Thrice-Ninth Kingdom, usually residing with Baba Yaga in her hut on chicken legs. The сat represents the forces of evil, and acts accordingly: he lulls people into sleep by telling tales or singing songs, then kills them. This hostile character appears in many Russian fairy tales.
This pattern can also be purchased as a kit or as a digital chart.
The printed chart contains a pasted QR code for downloading a SAGA format file for the Cross Stitch Saga Application.
Please note: The work on the photo was made with OwlForest hand-dyed threads based on DMC floss. If you use threads of a different palette/manufacture, the result will differ from the preview.
|Number of the floss colours||7|
|Number of cross-stitches||7328|
|Size (cross-stitches)||189 × 111|
|Size on the recommended fabric||30 × 17.5 cm|
|Recommended fabric||Zweigart Belfast, 32 ct, песочный неоднотонный / Vintage Sahara (3609/2349)|
|Key||Owlforest, DMC, Gamma, Trade n.a. Kirov|
|Size of the chart sheet||A3|
|Type of the chart||Colored Chart|
|Number of the chart sheets||2|
|Instructions language||Russian, English|