Michigan Wolverines logo counted cross stitch pattern
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Michigan Wolverines Logo Counted Cross Stitch Pattern – Download in PDF

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  • Counted cross stitch pattern features the iconic Michigan Wolverines logo, celebrating the spirited tradition of the University of Michigan.
  • Size: 5.57 x 3.71″ (14.15 x 9.43 cm), Colors: 2; Canvas color: white.
  • Characteristics: 14 count Aida, 78w x 52h stitches.
  • Usage: A game day decorations, gift, personal keepsake, framed artwork, cushion cover, patch for apparel, event decor. Whether you’re an alumni, student, or fan, this counted cross stitch pattern lets you manifest your pride and connection to the Wolverines’ storied heritage. Go Blue! 🏈
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Michigan Wolverines logo cross stitch pattern, available for instant download as a 5-page PDF file.

What’s Included in Your Download:

    1. An image of the finished embroidery
    2. A color block pattern with grid lines
    3. A black and white symbols pattern
    4. A key for DMC floss colors and Stitch Guide
    5. Basic Rules of Embroidery manual

Requirements: Any PDF reader to open and view the file.

Michigan Wolverines

The Michigan Wolverines logo, a symbol of athletic prowess and academic excellence, is recognized nationwide, carrying with it the spirit of the University of Michigan 🏛️

Why Maize and Blue

The colors Maize and Blue were officially adopted as the University of Michigan’s colors in 1867. These colors hold deep significance, representing more than just the university’s identity. “Maize” is a dark yellow that reflects the vibrancy and the energy of the University community, while “Blue” denotes stability, depth, and academic integrity. These colors were chosen from ribbons used during university functions in the early days, becoming a symbol of tradition and pride that has endured through the decades.

The Wolverine Mascot

The mascot of the University of Michigan, the Wolverine, brings with it tales of tenacity and mystery. Despite Michigan being known as the Wolverine State, there has been no verified evidence that Wolverines naturally inhabited the state. Various theories exist about the origin of this nickname, ranging from fur trading in Sault Ste. Marie to legends from the Toledo War. The most compelling is that Michigan’s settlers were as fierce and relentless as Wolverines. Michigan’s refusal to adopt a live animal mascot stems from a commitment to maintaining the dignity and symbolism that the Wolverine represents—fierce, fearless, and spirited.

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