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Danielle Thompson of Thompson Family-Life shares a sweet butterfly cross-stitch pattern that fits perfectly on a cool pre-drilled pendant. Even if you don’t want to go the pendant route, the pattern would work well on an iPhone case or basic aida cloth. I love that her color choices have a nice retro vibe to them. Get the pattern and source info for the pendants over on her blog!
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