|Sample shown on Antique White||White floss on hand dyed fabric|
I'm excited to introduce this new design! A customer mentioned that she would love to see something with the verses for The Alpha and The Omega, after I had released King of Kings (sorry can't recall whom). This took me months to create as I kept fussing with the layout and motifs. I'm pleased with the final version and think you will enjoy stitching this as well while contemplating the meaning of the four Bible verses. Alpha Omega would be great finished as a pillow front or framed. Sandra
Alpha and Omega are the first and last letters of the Greek alphabet, and a title of Christ and God in the Book of Revelation. As a Christian symbol, Alpha Omega signifies that our God is eternal, the beginning and the end. Four Bible verses from Revelation speak of The Alpha and The Omega, The First and The Last. Several of the motifs in this design represent The Trinity. Finished size 155w X 102h Stitches . 11-⅞w X 8h in . 29.92 x 20.32 cm . 14 count Aida over one strand or 28 count Evenweave or Linen over 2 strands . This design will finish smaller if stitched on higher count fabrics. Sample Fabric Color is Antique White stitched in seven floss colors Skill Level IntermediateYou may stitch this design with one floss color such as white on your favorite hand dyed contrasting fabric. If stitched with this option you will need two skeins.
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We offer Zweigart® 14 count Aida or 28 count Cashel Linen
You would need half a yard (Fat Quarter) for this design.
If you like the white floss on contrasting fabric effect, you may want to visit our "Icings" Gallery. Like frosting on fabric. Other designs that compliment this are Quaker Cross and King of Kings.
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