No job I've had was more difficult, thankless, and poorly paid than when I worked in retail, endless folding clothes knowing I would just be folding them again in an hour or so. Growing up in Ventura County I was surrounded by produce fields, and saw the literally back-breaking labor it takes to harvest them. Even needlework & sewing tend to be undervalued & looked down upon as they are traditionally women's work.
All this to say, all labor is skilled labor, and the hardest jobs generally pay the least. Tip your service workers, say thank you to them, and don't cross picket lines!
84 x 57 stitches
14 count - 6 x 4 1/8 inches
16 count - 5 1/4 x 3 5/8 inches
18 count - 4 5/8 x 3 1/8 inches
Shown on 14 count in 4 x 6 frame.
DMC 321, 782, 815 & 895v
PDF includes one full-page pattern with black background.
All Labor - Cross Stitch Pattern
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