Alphabet 26 is an taller version of Basic Block 11 ct. It is two stitches
higher while maintaining the same width. Look closely at both alphabets
and you can see how to easily alter an existing letter set.
Need it to be wider as well? Grab a pencil (and eraser!) and print out our free graph paper. Then, just insert an extra stitch or two in the middle or on either end, depending on the letter.
Again, this alphabet uses "small caps" for the lower case characters, providing you with yet another alphabet to use when you need letters only 9 stitches high.
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Click here or on the picture above for "Elongated Block", a printable PDF pattern. A new window or tab will open so you can continue here.
When stitched on 14-count fabric using DMC floss:
Block letters, standard/straight
The upper case letters have varying widths; most are 5 to 7 stitches wide. The lower case letters are 3 to 5 stitches wide.
This is an easy-to-stitch alphabet that uses only full cross stitches and backstitches. If these stitches are unfamiliar to you, click on the "Backstitch" and the "Cross Stitch" buttons on the left menu, under the "Tutorials'" section.
Change the floss color to coordinate with your cross stitch project. Use the same number of strands that you are using for the rest of your pattern.
Learn how to select and adapt cross stitch alphabets by clicking on the "Alphabet 123s" button in the left menu, or click here.
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