Merry Kiss My Ass - Sarcastic 'Merry Christmas' Parody, Advanced Cross-Stitch Pattern
And while you're at it, jingle my balls.
"Merry Kiss My Ass" is what Grandma Reed used to say when someone wished her a Merry Christmas. It was her favourite time of year. Mostly because she looked really cool in a Santa hat with a hand-rolled cigarette dangling from her mouth. What? You've got your traditions, and we have ours.
According to Reed-family lore, Dickens wanted to use this phrase instead of "Bah Humbug" but our ancestors accurately predicted his little book wouldn't catch on and so, wisely, passed.
This pattern measures 9.5" x 7x5" and is categorized as "Advanced" on the ABIT difficulty scale. It requires a 12" x 10" piece of 14ct Aida cloth and an 8" x 10" frame.
The PDF includes a colour legend, 2 strand floss estimates, 4 styles of charts (black and white symbols, coloured symbols, coloured blocks with black symbols, coloured blocks with black and white symbols, coloured blocks), and customization suggestions.
This pattern is NOT included in "ABIT Stitches: 30 Snarcastic Stitches for You to Stab."
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