Meineck Dragon from Atlantis

Meineck Dragon from Atlantis

The original art work was done by the world renown artist Peter Pracownik and released in 1990.
It is one of the four elemental Dragons representing Earth, Air, Fire and Water.
In 1996 Peter granted the sole world wide licence to Sherry Symes-Meineck to put any of Peter's artwork into Cross stitch and Needle Work related designs. 
Dragon from Atlantis was Sherry's Third dragon cross stitch design.  

Meineck Dragon from Atlantis
This dragon also represents the birth signs Pisces, Cancer and Scorpio, The suit of Cups in the Tarot and Heh in the Tetragrammaton.
This beautiful design is Cross Stitched in stunning Turquoise's, Greens and Golds.  The light of the moon showing the full movement of the sea below, and lighting up the Jewel he holds in his hand.  This design when being stitched just flows.  There is none of this one stitch here and one stitch there,  you load up your needle and start ! 
Either on his own, or with others in the series, this dragon would enrich any one's home

Copyright 1996 Sherry Symes-Meineck MDG.  Reproduction Prohibited.

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This design is also available as a chart and includes

Large easy to read Chart, 
Instructions including tips & other helpful information, Backstitch reference Chart, Key Chart,
Stitch Guide 
Materials required list.


Currently in Stock

Normally ships within 1 week.

Stitch Size:-
14" x 18"  
35.8cms x 46.0cms

Each Kit Contains:-

Large Scale B/W Chart
100% Black Cotton 14ct Aida or 27ct  Evenweave
Top Quality Threads
Thread Organizer Cards

Metallic / Filament

Stitches Used
Full Stitch Quarter Stitch and Back Stitch

Number of Colours:-  31
Combination of Anchor and DMC threads
Metallic / Filament

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