X-Calibre Calla Lily by Carol Leather

X-Calibre Calla Lily. A Blackwork picture stitched on black fabric. 

X-Calibre Calla Lily is something a little different for you.   
Here the designer has used a black fabric and white threads and enhanced the flower with some gold filament.
Interestingly the more stitches within each fill pattern, instead of becoming darker (as when you stitch with black)  the area becomes whiter giving a denser therefore whiter effect. If you would like to add your own creativity to this design, you can experiment here quite nicely because this kit is available in a multitude of colours and different fabrics..... YOU can choose your own colour and your own fabric :)

This kit comes with a choice of fabric, please enter which you prefer in the Fabric Choice box below.

The Calla Lily is also available in different colour ways. Please enter your choice in the Colour Options box below.

Enter Fabric Choice Here.
Enter Colour Choice Here

All X-Calibre kits and chart prices are inclusive of postage and packaging, so there are no nasty hidden extras at the check out. Just select the product with the right Country you live in.

Normally ships within 1 week

Each Kit Contains:-

Large Scale Chart
DMC Threads 

You can choose your fabric colour.

100% White Cotton 14ct Aida or 28ct Evenweave or
100% Cream Cotton 14ct Aida or 28ct Evenweave or

100% Black Cotton 14ct Aida or 27ct Evenweave or
100% Baby Blue Cotton 14ct Aida or 27ct Evenweave 

 The Calla Lily is also available in different colour ways 

White, Deep Yellow, Burnt Orange, Red, Mauve, Lavender Purple  or Black. (all come with Gold Filament)

You can also choose your fabric colour too.
Please enter your choice in the Colour Options box below.

Stitch Size:-
3.5"" x 4.5""  
7.5cms x 10.5cms

Stitch Count:-

Stitches Used
Back Stitch

Number of Colours:- 1

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