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Coastal View Cross Stitch

YES! Finally! After more than a year! Cheerleader 

I fell in love with this pattern from Dimensions Gold. 
I made some changes from the original - using DMC threads and beads instead of french knots for the flowers in the bushes. 
Size is 21 x 17 inches.

I don't think I'll tackle huge project like this in the near future. hahaha.
This is for the "Finish the WIP Contest" hosted by stitchingpirates 

WIP photo:
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Bonus photo:
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Image details
Image size
4152x3381px 6.24 MB
Make
SONY
Model
DSC-TX30
Shutter Speed
1/20 second
Aperture
F/3.5
Focal Length
6 mm
ISO Speed
800
Date Taken
May 31, 2017, 12:47:24 PM
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© 2017 - 2021 ShiroiKoumori
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Is the "Palazzo" on the little "Hotel Palazzo" sign from Kefka Palazzo's name ? I know you said this wasn't video game related but the I knew I recognized that name from somewhere and your picture with the Lunafreya and Noctis dolls seemed like maybe Final Fantasy. This is a fantastic piece, by the way, it must be a wonderful to look at now that you have it completed knowing all the work that went in.

ShiroiKoumori's avatar

I think the "Palazzo" here is just the Italian word for Palace. This was based on a painting of an Italian coastal town which was converted by Dimension's Gold into a cross stitch pattern. I just added the Luna and Noct dolls because this background resembles the town of Altissia (FFXV) which was based on Venice.

MontyMouse's avatar
This is sensational, well done, must have taken hours.
ShiroiKoumori's avatar
Thanks! It took more than a year to finish. 
fireytika's avatar
Incredible details like always! I love it ^^
laughingcrowart's avatar
This is intensely beautiful, you're so good!
ShiroiKoumori's avatar
Thank you very much! I'm glad you liked it! :hug:
DanielaIvanova's avatar
Beautiful embroidery, this must have taken so much patience. I'm curious how you did the thinnest lines since they don't seem to be part of the stitching pattern.
ShiroiKoumori's avatar
The thin lines are made from back stitches and straight stitches. They are actually part of the pattern. They are placed to overlap the xs and emphasize corners, details, etc.
DanielaIvanova's avatar
Oh I see, thanks for explaining. Don't the stand out too much over the surface?
ShiroiKoumori's avatar
It doesn't since backstitching just uses one strand of thread.
DanielaIvanova's avatar
Oh I see, makes sense. Thanks so much for clarifying <3
ShiroiKoumori's avatar
You're welcome. If you have more questions regarding cross stitch or embroidery, I'm happy to help.
DanielaIvanova's avatar
Thanks! Have you been doing it long?
ShiroiKoumori's avatar
Yes. I started to learn the craft since I was 6 years old, but it is only within these few years that I started to make big pieces.
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Santian69's avatar
Woaw, so beautiful :)
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AvongaleArt's avatar
Wow! This is very impressive! :wow:
ShiroiKoumori's avatar
Thank you! I can't believe I was able to finish it too. :)
RustyCroutons's avatar
Wow that's incredible! I thought it was a painting at first
ShiroiKoumori's avatar
Thanks! It really looks like a painting since it was based on one.
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