Counted Cross Stitch Victorians "Painted Ladies"
819 Eddy Street - San Francisco
"Painted ladies is the collective American vernacular term to describe Victorian houses which are usually painted in a multi-colored pastel scheme, especially in the greater San Francisco area and New Orleans." ~ from Wikipedia ~
I bought the chart - Design by Debbie Patrick - on a trip to San Francisco. "This Painted Lady" was stitched on 14ct cream Aida, double matted and framed. The finished size: 14"x14." I am not sure the pattern is still available. The finished picture was framed with the cordovan ramin scoop frame (CRSC) from the Gallery Collection of Graphic Dimensions (link will open in new window).
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