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LYN RANDALL

WA - Eucla Jetty

Cross stitch pattern

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LYN RANDALL
Level: Beginner
120 x 80 stitches
25 colours
Finished size using Aida 14 count: 22 x 14 cm (w x h approx.)
Publisher: Photothreads

Level: Beginner
80 x 120 stitches
26 colours
Finished size using Aida 14 count: 14 x 22 cm (approx. wxh)

Lying within the Port Campbell National Park, the Twelve Apostles are under constant attack from wind and waves. They are just one of the rugged coastal formations to be found along the Great Ocean Road to the west of MThis paper pattern contains full instructions, colour key and chart for producing the counted cross stitch artwork. DMC colour codes are supplied (threads not included).

Eucla lies on the coast at the western end of the Nullarbor Plain. Within the Eucla National Park lie the ruins of an old telegraph station and nearby stands the jetty which was used to land supplies to the station and nearby settlers. Today, the station is covered in drifting sand. 

 

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