Counted Cross Stitch Pictures
Charleston's Rainbow Row consists of 14 private homes that date from 1740 when it served as Charleston's waterfront district. The owners choose to paint the homes in a rainbow of colors. Theses houses can still be seen today in historical downtown Charleston, SC. This was one of the most difficult pictures I have stitched because of the width. I normally use a scroll bar and this would not fit on any I had so I used a hoop. This Rainbow Row Charleston SC chart is by Barbara & Cheryl. It was stitched on 14 count ivory Aida and doublematted with two shades of blue then framed in a gold frame. The finished size framed is 41"x14" Stitch count: 116H X 494W.
This particular image was used as the masthead on Pat’s Cross Stitch Corner, a blog where I am now posting many of my newest projects.
This pattern is still available in two sizes:
Rainbow Row - same size as above