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Sunday, April 26, 2015

Hello there!!  Do you like wolves?  Do you know friends that do love them???
How about this design that comes FREE???????
Pattern Name: Call of the Wild
Designed By:    Tonia Pappan
Company:    OakHaven Designs
Copyright:    1999-2010
Fabric:    Aida 14, Black
    121w X 88h Stitches
Size(s):    14 Count,   8-5/8w X 6-1/4h in
    28 Count,   4-1/4w X 3-1/8h in
    32 Count,   3-3/4w X 2-3/4h in
    36 Count,   3-1/4w X 2-3/8h in
Floss Used for Full Stitches:
    Symbol    Strands    Type    Number    Color
    D    2    DMC    349    Coral-DK
    C    2    DMC    350    Coral-MD
    B    2    DMC    351    Coral
    A    2    DMC    352    Coral-LT
    G    2    DMC    597    Turquoise
    F    2    DMC    598    Turquoise-LT
    T    2    DMC    721    Orange Spice-MD
    E    2    DMC    817    Coral Red-VY DK
    O    2    DMC    909    Emerald Green-VY DK
    N    2    DMC    910    Emerald Green-DK
    M    2    DMC    911    Emerald Green-MD
    L    2    DMC    912    Emerald Green-LT
    K    2    DMC    3808    Turquoise-UL VY DK
    J    2    DMC    3809    Turquoise-VY DK
    H    2    DMC    3810    Turquoise-DK
    P    2    DMC    3818    Emerald Green-UL VY DK
    S    2    DMC    3852    Straw-VY DK
    W    2    DMC    Ecru    Ecru
    V    2    DMC    B5200    Snow White
Floss Used for Back Stitches:
    Symbol    Strands    Type    Number    Color
        1    DMC    310    Black
Notes:  Please do not make copies* of this design and pass*to friends, kit up or sell*in any fashion.Toniaw475@hotmail.com  http://oakhavendesigns.blogspot.com/
STITCH the wolf in the lightest color in the moon if stitching on Black!!  Put buttons on spaces to fill the design!

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