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Van Gogh Never Passed cross stitch pattern (XL Edition)

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Van Gogh Never Passed XL cross stitch patterns - digital downloads


Dimensions & Information

  • Stitch count: 500 x 500
  • Stitched area for provided pattern counts:
  • 16 count: 31.25 x 31.25 inches or 79.38 x 79.38 cm
  • 18 count: 27.78 x 27.78 inches or 70.56 x 70.56 cm
  • 22 count: 22.73 x 22.73 inches or 57.73 x 57.73 cm
  • Number of colors: 90 colors
  • Brand: DMC stranded cotton
  • Full Coverage?: yes
  • Stitch types used: Full X


Included in Purchase

  • 1 PDF pattern in 16,18 and 22 count. Wave goodbye to that time waster of working out fabric and floss usage!
  • 1 PDF pattern in full color. Perfect for speed stitchers.
  • 1 PDF pattern with a small grid. Perfect for the space-conscious stitchers.
  • 1 PDF pattern specially designed that fits 6 pages. Perfect for tablet and iPad users.


Presentation of 4 tailored PDF patterns

  • The pattern is in black and white, using unique symbols hand chosen so there can be no confusion when matching symbols to the right DMC color. Adios frog, your frogging is not welcome here!
  • The pattern has a page map on every page to help you match your pages, so you don't get them mixed up when moving from one page to another. Adjoining pages have grey column repeats to assist you in page joining. Begone evil frog!
  • The front cover is in color with the realistic estimated finished stitched result as well as dimensions in stitches, inches, and cm. Stitchy language suitable no matter where you are in the world! 
  • The floss map contains DMC floss color number, floss name, and pattern symbol guide.
  • The floss usage summary is in meters for every count we include in your downloads list. Never fear, use the excel file to convert the meters to inches or skeins so that no matter your stitchy language, we have you covered! 
  • Handy FAQ 

Presentation of the colored grid PDF pattern

This unique pattern uses matching DMC floss colors to fill in each corresponding grid cell. There is a symbol overlay to assist further and guide you on your stitching journey. Where the DMC floss color is particularly dark, we use a white symbol, so it is still easily visible.


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Design © Unconventional X Stitch, 2020 Original Artwork © Aja Trier, 2020

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  • 3
    Looks nice, needs refining

    Posted by Głup on 17th Feb 2024

    It feels very early to write a review, as I'm bearly two percent into this piece, but it has a few quirks I would've liked to know about before purchasing. Thus I won't say much about the results, except that what little I have done looks great. Some of the symbols chosen are too similar to each other. Some examples are 'c' and 'e', or '*' and an '×' and '+' overlayed on top of each other. Once you've caught them, they're different enough, but when first seeing one of them I just continued on with the same thread as the other, because they look similar enough to not rouse suspicion. I also feel the pattern could have been cleaned up more. Take this with a grain of salt, as I don't have much experience or knowledge about color theory. One bit I found exceptionaly frustrating was in the upper left corner, beside the navy streak,squares (1,62), (2,62),(2,61) which are three different shades of gray, two of which are not present anywhere else on the page, and the third in just two or three squares. Obviously some confetti is to be expected, but it's hard to believe so many single stitches are required for a nice result. There are also some areas of larger single color blocks, so the pattern is very nice for variety. I also very much enjoyed the many versions of the pattern, and switching between them as I see fit. The excel sheet for calculating floss is also great, and made it easy to buy the right amount, and change variables myself, as I wanted to stitch with one strand. Overall the pattern is nice and enjoyable, but I'd recommend to study the symbols list carefully before starting.

  • 5
    Fantastic balrog

    Posted by Ingrid on 13th Oct 2022

    A lovely pattern, works perfectly with pattern keeper and has been so much fun to work at. 20 000 stitches in and loving it!

  • 5
    Amazing pattern

    Posted by Jenn on 24th Sep 2022

    Amazing pattern as always. I have completed 1 page thus far. It’s going to take sometime to complete this!!!