The phrase “Merry Christmas!” written in binary code and styled to resemble a Christmas tree in snow. Every symbol is represented in binary by 0 and 1, just like every symbol deep inside computer core. (Try decoding it on this website => textmechanic.com/Binary-Code-Translator.html )
A great and easy geeky project! Can be used to make a beautiful seasonal postcard. In this package you will also get the pattern without the Christmas tree silhouette (second image).
Pattern size : 52w X 54h stitches, 4 colors
Approximate size of finished project:
Aida #14 — 9.4 x 9.8 cm, 3.7 ” x 3.8 ”
Aida #18 — 7.3 x 7.6 cm, 2.9 ” x 3 ”
The pattern is in full cross stitches only.
>> Please note that this is not a finished cross stitch, nor a kit. Materials are not included.
After payment you will be able to instantly download
– The picture of what finished work will look like (as above)
– A ready-to-print PDF pattern complete with black-and-white symbol chart on one page and color floss legend for DMC thread
To view the chart, you may have to install Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader (available for free download here: http://get.adobe.com/reader/ ).