This New England counted cross stitch pattern entitled The Goodspeed Opera House shows a large three-story fancy-looking house painted in white. The Goodspeed Opera House, built in 1876 by William Goodspeed, is actually not an opera house, but was used as a place for dramas and plays. Later on, the opera house fell into disrepair, but was refurbished and used for other purposes such as a military base during World War 1, a storage facility for the Department of Transportation, and believe it or not, a general store. Only full cross stitches are used in our patterns. No blended colors are used. We only use an abundance of solid colors as it produces a more realistic effect.
Stitch Count: 288w x 275h
Fabric: Aida, Antique White
Four approximate finished sizes:
14,16,18 and 22 Count
|Final Pattern Sizes:|
|14 Count, 20-1/2w X 19-5/8h in|
|16 Count, 18w X 17-1/8 in|
|18 Count, 16w X 15-1/4h in (Kit comes in 18 count size)|
|22 Count, 13w X 12-1/2h in|
*Please Note: The above dimensions do not include frame or mat.
Number of Colors Used: 82
What you will receive!!! Our patterns arrive with a color visual photo of finished design, wash and care instructions, handy tips for working the pattern, instruction sheet detailing color of fabric, sizes, a complete color listing including number of skeins to purchase. The pages are safely enclosed in a clear, reclosable polybag.