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The Stitching Studio began working with Todd in early 2001.  His imaginative and unique interpretation of First Nations artwork adapts well to cross stitch.  Our first works, “Dolphins, Mother & Child” and “Hummingbird”, are the first in a collection by this talented artist.

To learn more about Todd, visit his web site at www.nativeonline.com/toddsbio.html

SQUAMISH FROG


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Counted Cross Stitch Chart

Stitch count 150 x 152

When stitched on 28 count “White” Jubilee

(2 over 2) design area 10.7" by 10.9"

includes 3/4 stitches

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The frog is a pleasant, affable creature and is another of the important animals. The figure of the frog is known as representative of good fortune, and a symbol of magic, as it is said that there is always magic around when a frog is present.

Because of his association with magic, frog is often affiliated with the Shamans. Frog can be identified by his green body and shape. He is also most often depicted with a wide mouth and often an extended tongue.

HUMMINGBIRD

Counted Cross Stitch Chart

Stitch count 200 x 127

When stitched on 28 count “White” Jubilee

(2 over 2) design area 14.3" by 9.1"

includes 3/4 stitches


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Counted Cross Stitch Chart
Stitch count 200 x 127
When stitched on 28 count “White” Jubilee
(2 over 2)design area 14.3 by 9.includes 3/4 stitches

Long ago, one of the signals for good
luck was the sight of a hummingbird.
Called Sah Sin by his people, it's ability to hover and move back and forth at great speed were seen as skills that guide the people.

When hunters prepared for a hunt, they sang Indian songs that would ask the hummingbird to appear to inspire a successful hunt and healthy game


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In Canada $12.00 (plus Shipping)
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DOLPHIN
MOTHER & CHILD


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Counted Cross Stitch ChaCounted Cross Stitch Chart

Stitch count 247 x 210

When stitched on 32 count “Ice Blue” Belfast

Linen (2 over 2) design area 15.4" by 13.1"

includes 3/4 stitchesrt
Stitch count 247 x 210
When stitched on 32 count “Ice Blue” Belfast 
Linen (2 over 2)  design area 15.4" by 13.1"
includes 3/4 stitches

Dolphin legend of the Shumashu

Long time ago, the creator built a
rainbow bridge for the people of an
island to come over to the mainland.
Then the creator told them not to
look below when crossing the bridge
or they would fall.  However, many
people looked down and fell into the
water below.
Those people who fell the creator made into dolphins.
Look for the human features in the bodies of our dolphins


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