"Memento Mori" means "Remember that you will die", and although it may sound macabre, I like it a lot because I see it as a celebration of life. Because life is fleeting, let's enjoy it.
The skulls intertwine with flowers in a composition where life and death go hand in hand. These skulls can be stitched together or alone to create patches for clothing or framed in small hoops to make a quick and beautiful gift. Choose your favorite color scheme: Day of the Dead or Victorian Mourning?
This listing is for a digital PDF, not for a finished product!
- Size: 106x105 stitches (19x19 cm / 7.5x7.5 inches if embroidered on 14 count Aida)
- Number of colors used: 16
- Stitches used: cross stitch
- This pattern includes two different color palettes for you to choose your favorite.
The PDF includes:
- A mockup of the finished embroidery for reference.
- Basic guidelines and color legend in Mouliné DMC threads
- A chart with symbols and colors (very easy to follow!)
- A monochrome chart (great for printing & saving ink at the same time)
You will also be able to download:
- A version for use with the Pattern Keeper app.
- A one-page version to use with screens and tablets.
- A mini guide to get you started in cross stitch.
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