Fishermans Wharf, San Francisco, California, Wharf, Counted Cross Stitch Pattern, Xstitch Download PDF Pattern
Fishermans Wharf, San Francisco, California, Wharf, Counted Cross Stitch Pattern, Xstitch
PDF Pattern only - all other materials not included
Originally, the wharf was the way into the area for Italian immigrants who later went on to make a lot of money selling seafood to the hungry gold rushers. This wharf is now home to a lot of small shops, seafood restaurants and you would NOT believe how many seals lay around barking on the docks. I had to take this photo of the sign that proudly announces the wharf. Kitchen, bar, dining room, this piece will look great around food or serving areas. If you are a seafood lover, then the wharf is a place you do not want to miss. Seals and all.
- Title: Fisherman's Wharf
- Stock: XSTCH-0076
- Cloth: Aida 14
- Stitches:127 x 201
- Inches:9.07 x 14.36
- CM:23.04 x 36.47
- Color Count: 113
- Thread Manufacturer:DMC
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