Scarlet Witch Cross Stitch Bookmark Pattern 🔥 Avengers Character Embroidery Design – Download in PDF
“Wanda Maximoff 🦸 is a native of Sokovia who grew up with her fraternal twin brother, Pietro. Born with the latent mythical ability to harness Chaos Magic, she developed a hatred against Tony Stark and rallied anti-American protests after the Novi Grad Bombings killed her parents. Years later, in an effort to help purge their country of strife, the twins joined HYDRA and agreed to undergo experiments with the Scepter under the supervision of Baron Strucker, with the Mind Stone awakening and amplifying Wanda’s powers. While her brother developed super-speed, she attained various psionic abilities. When HYDRA fell, the twins joined Ultron to get their revenge on Stark, but abandoned him when they discovered his true intentions to eradicate humanity. Wanda and Pietro joined the Avengers during the Battle of Sokovia to stop Ultron; Pietro was killed during the battle but Wanda survived, and shortly after relocated to the Avengers Compound in the United States of America.” – Wikipedia
The exclusive embroidery design ‘Black Widow’ is specially crafted for fans of fantasy movies and superheroes of our time 🦸♂️. Give this counted cross stitch pattern a shot to keep favorite themes at your fingertips. A handmade gift like that will definitely impress a fantasy movie lover or will be a great gift for a book lower 📚
Our patterns and instructions are easy to interpret and a pleasure to embroider. All it takes to make such a bookmark is a small piece of 16 count Aida cloth, 3,9 x 7,8 inches (10 x 20 cm) in size, and leftover threads from kits that have already been embroidered. The process of sewing the bookmark is described in the instruction that goes with the pattern.
✔️ This embroidery pattern for cross stitch has been created by a certified specialist and thoroughly tested!
✔️ Partly stitched! Our patterns include just enough thread colors to ensure a bright and quality design. You won’t have to stitch any redundant “single” crosses. Every cross is exactly where it belongs.