We don't often hear the word, "Hark" anymore. Yet, when we do, we know exactly what it means. In fact, the word brings to mind an entire story, the birth of a baby who would change our lives in so many ways.
We think of angels and bright stars and visitor from afar, of simple shepherds and the promise of Heaven on earth.
From all of us to all of you, Merry Christmas!
How to Use it
The Hark Christmas ornament provides a beautiful design that is also quickly and easily completed.
Beginners and youth alike will enjoy this project, while experienced stitchers will appreciate how many they can complete during the busy Christmas season. These are wonderful gifts for...
Stitch Count: 64 high x 64 wide
I embroidered the "Hark Christmas Ornament" on 14-count Aida with DMC 6-strand cotton floss, accented it with gold Kreinik Metallic floss. The front and back are stitched on two separate squares, then connected with half stitches. The ornament is padded, then finished off with a gold ribbon hanger and surrounding fringe.
To calculate other fabric and finished design sizes, use our handy stitch count table.
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