Vancouver British Columbia Canada Temple Cross Stitch Pattern {Download}

This Vancouver British Columbia Canada Temple cross stitch pattern download file contains the counted cross stitch chart, two pages of detailed instructions, the color key, a color photo of the stitched temple, and a black & white outline of the temple. The design size is 62 x 82 squares; 62 x 92 squares if the name of the temple is included. If 14-count even-weave material is used, the finished temple will measure about 4½” by 6⅞”.

This temple is located in Langley, on the eastern side of Vancouver British Columbia. It is the 131st temple in operation today and was the seventh temple built in the nation of Canada, the first temple in the providence of British Columbia. It was dedicated on May 2, 2010, by President Thomas S. Monson.

Download and stitch this attractive cross-stitch design of the Vancouver B.C. Canada Temple. The stitched design will be a treasured keepsake!

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    Designed by Jean D. Crowther

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    Download and stitch this attractive cross stitch design of the Vancouver British Columbia Temple.  The stitched design will be a treasured keepsake!

    This Vancouver British Columbia Canada Temple cross stitch pattern download file contains:

    • the counted cross-stitch chart,
    • two pages of detailed instructions,
    • the color key,
    • a colored rendering of the temple pattern, and a black & white outline of the temple.

    The design size is 62 x 82 squares; 62 x 92 squares if the name of the temple is included. If 14-count even-weave material is used, the finished temple will measure about 4½” by 6⅞”.

    This temple is located in Langley, on the eastern side of Vancouver British Columbia. It is the 131st temple in operation today and was the seventh temple built in the nation of Canada, the first temple in the providence of British Columbia. It was dedicated on May 2, 2010, by President Thomas S. Monson.

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