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Floss List for the Collaborative Design:
"Legends of the Dragons"
designed by:
Karen Weaver, Black Swan Designs
Jennifer Aikman-Smith, Dragon Dreams, Inc.
Teresa Wentzler, TW Designworks

Model on 28-count Cashel linen in Antique White from ZweigartĘ -- 88H X 211W

Floss numbers are DMC:

333
340
341
500
501
502
503
504
524
543
676
677
680
729
746
760
761
801
823
842
869
926
927
928
930
931
932
939
3041
3042
3051
3052
3053
3328
3712
3740
3746
3747
3750
3752
3753
3768

Kreinik Metallics:

032 Pearl Blending Filament
011 HL #4 Gun Metal Braid
026 #4 Amethyst Braid
221 #4 Antique Gold Braid


Errata/Corrections:
(all colors listed below are DMC)

  • Due to chart reduction, printing problems were encountered. Some symbols, when reduced to quarter stitch size, changed appearance radically. The following are noted:

  • 1. The black triangle, DMC 680, becomes what looks like a tophat: a black square with a line at the bottom, extending out both sides, when reduced to quarter stitch size.
  • 2. The lower case "t", DMC 503/3053, becomes just a short vertical line when reduced to quarter stitch size.
  • 3. The symbol that looks like an "s" lying on it's side, DMC 677/761, becomes what looks like a lower case "n" when reduced to quarter stitch size.
  • 4. The asterisk (*), DMC 504/524/032, becomes just a mark when reduced to quarter stitch size.
  • 5. The = with a slash, DMC 502/3052, becomes what looks like a written (cursive) "c" (one of the horizontal lines of the = is missing) when reduced to quarter stitch size.
  • 6. The heavy "+", DMC 729/3712, becomes half of a "+" : the top part and the right hand part are gone when reduced to quarter stitch size.
  • 7. The heavy black dot: DMC 930/3746, becomes a square instead of staying round when reduced to quarter stitch size.
  • 8. The "Y" with two horizontal lines through it, DMC 340/931, loses the two horizontal lines when reduced to quarter stitch size.
  • 9. The "Z" with a line through it horizontally, DMC 932, changes enough to make it difficult to recognize: the line through the "Z" becomes much longer when reduced to quarter stitch size.
  • 10. The "C" with a dot in the center, DMC 340, becomes what looks like a capital "E" when reduced to quarter stitch size.
  • 11. The upper case "S", DMC 503/932, becomes just a squiggle when reduced to quarter stitch size.
  • 12. The "#", DMC 502/932, becomes what looks like a flag with a pole, the flag pointing to the right when reduced to quarter stitch size.
  • 13. The dash with two vertical lines, DMC 543, becomes a tiny "L" when reduced to quarter stitch size.


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