Not many can take a classic Christmas song and completely reinvent it, but Boyz II Men and Brian McKnight did in 1993, with their interpretation of “Let It Snow.” This pattern celebrates the song and its peak cozy vibes.
It includes the initials of all five vocalists surrounded by snowflakes of all sizes falling around a toasty, tiny cabin. And I couldn’t resist throwing in a nod to the matching argyle sweaters the quartet rocks in the music video. It can be stitched with any two reds you choose, or just one if you’d like to keep it monotone.
The Red Chords Collection is my ode to R&B music, giving some of my favorite songs their own red samplers - the hits, the deep cuts, the collabs, the remixes, and more.
This is a digital PDF file of a cross stitch pattern. This is not a tangible, stitched final product.
Skill Level: Easy
Stitch Count: 97w x 96h
14 ct / 28 ct over two = 6.9 x 6.85 inches (17.5 x 17.4 cm)
16 ct / 32 ct over two = 6.1 x 6 inches (15.5 x 15.24 cm)
18 ct / 36 ct over two = 5.4 x 5.3 inches (13.7 x 13.5 cm)
20 ct / 40 ct over two = 4.85 x 4.8 inches (12.3 x 12.2 cm)
Stitch Total: 2611
Stitch Types: full cross stitches, backstitches
Amount of Colors: 2
Model stitched 2 pulled strands over 1 fabric thread on 17 count Latte aida by Fiber on a Whim.
- multi-page pattern in black and white symbols
- multi-page pattern in color symbols
- single page pattern in black and white symbols
- single page pattern in color symbols
- floss key
- compatibility with Pattern Keeper app
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You will get two (2) PDF documents with full pattern details, pattern in multiple formats, and floss key.