Dolphin Mother and Child by Todd Jason Baker
Stitch count 247 x 210
When stitched on 32 count Ice Blue Linen (over 2) the design area is 15.4″ by 13.1″
Includes 3/4 stitches
Recommended fabric – 28 count Ice Blue Linen
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Dolphin legend of the Shumashu
Long time ago, the creator built a rainbow bridge for the people of an island to come over to the mainland.
Then the creator told them not to look below when crossing the bridge or they would fall. However, many people looked down and fell into the water below.
Those people who fell the creator made into dolphins.
Look for the human features in the bodies of our dolphins
Todd Jason Baker was born in North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, the grandson of the Chief of the Squamish Nation Band, Chief Khat-la-cha (Chief Simon Baker). His imaginative and unique interpretation of First Nations artwork adapts well to cross stitch.