Adafruit Ohm Sweet Ohm Cross-Stitch Kit
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A cross-stitch kit that's also a resistor chart! Not only is this kit fun to make (and good for beginner stitchers), when it's all done it functions as a handy resistor reference chart. This Adafruit original kit comes complete with everything you need to get started: https://www.adafruit.com/products/855
14-count aida cloth - 15"x18" 6" embroidery hoop (Susan Bates "super grip lip" style) Two size 24 tapestry needles All the floss you'll need to stitch this design - 16 skeins in total Full color printed pattern and instructions
Finished design fits perfectly in a frame measuring 8"x10".
This fun project will give you about 40 hours of relaxing crafting enjoyment.
You can download the PDF instructions for this kit, which includes the Ohm Sweet Ohm pattern, required floss quantities, and specific instructions and tips.
We have a complete guide to cross-stitching over on our Cross-stitch Tutorial page: http://learn.adafruit.com/cross-stitch
If you wish to modify the original pattern, design files have also been included -- the charted pattern consists of a low-res Photoshop file which is then overlayed with a grid in Illustrator.
Adafruit invests time and resources providing this open source design, please support Adafruit and open-source hardware by purchasing products from Adafruit!
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