Hi, I´ve finished part one and am very proud. I enjoyed sewing it very much and have started on part two. When finished I saw I´d made a mistake but chosed to take a picture and send it before correction. Regard Annika from Sweden
There was a little mistake in the pattern, Mari corrected it. Maybe you can print the pattern better from a .jpg file: Two colors variation / két színű változat Three colors variation / három színű változat Four colors variation / négy színű változat All the jpg files compressed / A képek tömörítve DOWNLOAD Part 4 jpg All in wxs / Minden wxs-ben DOWNLOAD Part 4 wxs If you have troubles with printing, I'll try something else.
While I am able to look at the printed charts I (and it seems a number of other Americans) are unable to print them off as a chart. I downloaded Easy Stitch but have no idea what to do now. I think that I (we) need to get them as .jpg charts and not the format they are in. For some reason, however, Part 2 printed perfectly with the grid lines, etc. I am eager to stitch this chart for my son, who spent a year living in Aijka where he taught English as a second language. Hungary is such a wonderful country! Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you, sue in fl (sue terry)
I love to stitch this part. The star is wonderful, and the deer is very important for hungarian people. It's a mythic symbol of a Hun origin-legend taking place in the 7-8 century A.D. when the ancestors of Hungarians migrated from their early home (Magna Hungaria) in north-east Europe, on the slope of the Ural mountain, toward south. During their wandering they reached Leved, extending beside the lake, called Azovi see today. The proto-Magyar "Magor" pursued together with his brother, "Hunor" a hind which lead them to south-west, towards Europe. In chasing the red deer they found their women and founded the Magyar and Hun clans. By following the path, shown by the wonder-deer, the descendents of "Magor" have been lead to the land of Pannonia where the Hungarian state came into existence. You can read this legend in a ballad of Arany János The Legend of the Wondrous Hunt
Hello. My name is Mika. I am Japanese. I just started stitching. I like it so much. I'm stitching with DMC #312 #799 #BLANC #157. Besides, my favorite thing is to bake bread and to make the dress and the bag, etc. Please look at my blog: Good-bye.