Free Simple Cross Stitch Chart: Shahadatain


Simple cross stitch for children





Assalaamuallaikum.

I'm currently working on a big project (after I posponed Ensinore Mill). It's cross stitch pattern of Ayat Kursiy (QS 02: 255), the throne verse of Al Quran nur kareem. Insya Allah, I will have finished the digital pattern (PDF) soon, and shortly after that I will share it here.

For now, I share a smaller, simpler design than my Ayat Kursiy project. Initially I made this pattern for children. As you have known, my niece found stitching is quite fun. In fact, stitching can occupy her for hours. Well, she has not yet finished the previous pattern I made for her (Allahu Akbar, Simple), but she wants to stitch a project with more colors. especially, involving pink.. sort of. Oh my, I have a very girlie niece!

So, here it is: a small cross stich pattern using 3 colors of DMC threads. The pattern is kufi style of calligraphy, saying Lā ilāha illā Allāh Muhammad rasūl Allah. Yout get it, yes, this is Kalimah Shahadat, the most fundamental belief in Islam.

You can see details of this pattern below, including the link of the PDF pattern I host on Mediafire. Because this is for my niece when I made it, symbol on the pattern is colored. Not much, but you can see different color for different thread symbol. Feel free to download and print it for yourself, and last... please notify us about broken links or other problems in getting the pattern. Oh, yes, why not show us when you have finished stitching it? :)


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See you again soon, wassalaamuallaikum.



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Item Code CAL 029
Title Shahada (Kufi, Small)
Size 82 x 82 stitches (wide by high)

approx. 150 x 150 mm*
Threads 3 colors, DMC**
Price US$ 0.00 » GRATUIT, FREE !! ***
Pattern Format PDF version 1.6
Picture source www.kufilutfi.wordpress.com
Download Links Color Chart (179 Kb)
* finished design on Aida 14ct, full stitch. For other fabric used, see here to manually measure the size or use the cross stitch calculator on right sidebar of this page

** see here for threads conversion chart (DMC/Anchor)

*** pattern only

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