• (code: LE-17JK)
  • Suggested retail price US$8.95
  • 2 designs in one book
  • Size: 13" x 11.5" each for 14-count white Aida
    Stitch Count: 180 x 160
    Designed by Rungrat P.

  • A4 size color chart
  • Chart marked in distinctive symbols and clear instructions
  • Both DMC & Anchor color codes

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Orchid Flowers (LE-17JK)

Orchids have fascinated people for ages with their beauty and diversity. Since the ancient era, Confucius compared the pleasure of seeing good friends to entertaining a room full of ‘lan’ or fragrant orchids for the Chinese. In the Victorian era, English lords spent vast sums outfitting expeditions to explore the rain forest for specimens of the exotic and mysterious orchid family. With so many people interested in orchids, one may well ask what is so special about these flowers? It is because their incredible unique characteristics and charms. There is simply no such thing as a typical orchid. Orchids are non-woody perennials that occur as vines, shrubs and grass-like plants range in sizes from only an inch high with very tiny flowers to vines up to 50 feet long which some bear a single flower; others have many. They grow in habitats from tropical rain forests to alpine meadows, from bogs to semi-desert areas and from sea level to 14,000 feet. So far approximately 30,000 wild species have been described. Also many, many man-made hybrids have been created and as well to PINN Cattleya and Phajus. Most wild orchids bloom only once a year, those that do so more than once are rare but these two cross stitch projects of PINN orchid flowers will long lasting in your place and easy to care for.

 




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