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Japanese Pagoda Cross Stitch Pattern | Sakura | Bonsai

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-=Japanese Pagoda | Sakura | Bonsai=- Cross Stitch Pattern. The pattern comes in .PDF format.

  • Fabric: Aida.
  • Colors: 30.
  • Palette: DMC.
  • Size: 150 × 150 stitches.

Of the Japanese pagoda’s many forms, some are built in wood and are collectively known as mokuto, but most are carved out of stone (sekito).

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Japanese Pagoda Cross Stitch Pattern

🔎 Japanese Pagoda Cross Stitch Pattern | Sakura: cross stitch pattern, PDF pattern, printable cross stitch, printable PDF pattern.
🔔 Only digital format.
🔎 The pattern comes in .PDF format.

Pattern specification for different types of fabric
• Fabric: Aida.
• Colors: 30. Palette: DMC.
• Size: 150 × 150 stitches.

Finished size will vary depending on the count fabric/canvas you choose.
✔ 14 count ⇒ Size: 10.71 × 10.71 inches | 27.21 × 27.21 cm
✔ 16 count ⇒ Size: 9.38 × 9.38 inches | 23.83 × 23.83 cm
✔ 18 count ⇒ Size: 8.33 × 8.33 inches | 21.16 × 21.16 cm

💾 5 PDF includes:
1. FIVE SCHEMES (Fabric: 14 count Sky Blue Aida):
• Color Blocks with Symbols.
• Color Symbols.
• Color Blocks.
• Color Crosses.
• Black and White Symbols.
2. Color photo for reference.
3. List of DMC thread colors (instruction and key section).

🔔 Please note this is a digital pattern only! No fabric, floss, or other materials are included in the listing.
⛔ Returns & exchanges. This is a digital product and I don’t accept returns, exchanges, or cancellations.
❤ Feel free to contact me if you have any further questions.
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Reference Information.
🔎 Of the Japanese pagoda’s many forms, some are built in wood and are collectively known as mokutō, but most are carved out of stone (sekitō). Of the Japanese pagoda’s many forms, some are built in wood and are collectively known as mokutō, but most are carved out of stone.
🔎 Japanese Pagoda.  If they have more than one story, pagodas are called tasōtō. Wooden tasōtō are pagodas with an odd number of stories. Some may appear to have an even number because of the presence between stories of purely decorative enclosed pent roofs called mokoshi. The oldest three-storied pagoda stands at Nara’s Hokki-ji and was built between 685 and 706. The oldest extant five-storied pagoda belongs to Hōryū-ji and was built some time during the Asuka period (538 -710). The tallest wooden tasōtō belongs to Tō-ji, Kyoto. It has five stories and is 54 m tall.
🔎 Sakura. A cherry blossom is a flower of several trees of genus Prunus, particularly the Japanese cherry, Prunus serrulata, which is called sakura after the Japanese. In Japan, cherry blossoms symbolize clouds due to their nature of blooming en masse, besides being an enduring metaphor for the ephemeral nature of life, an aspect of Japanese cultural tradition that is often associated with Buddhist influence, and which is embodied in the concept of mono no aware.
🔎 Bonsai. It is an Asian art form using cultivation techniques to produce small trees in containers that mimic the shape and scale of full size trees. Similar practices exist in East Asian cultures, including the Chinese tradition of penzai from which the Japanese version Bonsai originated, and the derivative miniature living landscapes of Vietnamese Hòn Non Bộ. The Japanese tradition dates back over a thousand years.