Ballet Shoes On Piano... ~counted~ Cross Stitch Pattern ~computer Generated~ Bbxs - Outlet

PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE PAGE CAREFULLY BEFORE YOU BUY! ~~~(For FULL description, click on the RED word... *+ MORE*... on left under this PARTIALLY showing description)*INSTANT DIGITAL DOWNLOAD* available for you as soon as payment is made... for CUSTOMER to print. ***NO PHYSICAL ITEM WILL BE SHIPPED.******BUY 3 PATTERNS, GET 1 FREE. ~OR~... BUY 5 PATTERNS, GET 2 FREE.*** Just e-mail me at thebeadedbird [!at] ymail.com with the title/s of your 'free' choice/s after you download your Etsy purchases... and I'll send them to you via e-mail attachment within 36 hours.You can see some of my patterns that have been finished by customers, @ my ~CUSTOMER PROJECT GALLERY~ page @... http://etpx.weebly.com/index.html...ALSO, I use to sell on E Bay... user name MAC-CAW... store name... THEBEADEDBIRD... & you can see my feedback rating at this link...http://feedback.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewFeedback2&userid=mac-cawThese are COMPUTER~GENERATED, DIGITAL, ~COUNTED~ cross stitch PATTERNS ONLY. They are not kits. You supply your own fabric and floss.WITH YOUR PURCHASE YOU WILL RECEIVE...1. Color picture of the original photograph.2. A 24 page Black & White Pattern chart with Symbols.3. A 24 page Color Pattern chart with Symbols.4. A very helpful ~TIPS~ section.5. A floss usage amount summary. 6. And a floss chart for DMC, Anchor and JP Coats & Clark, so you can choose your brand of floss.The stitch count is 288 X 230 ... & The finished picture size is 16" W x 12.78" H. when stitched on 18 Count Aida cloth. But the pattern can be used for any size fabric, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20... etc. The larger the number count, the smaller the finished piece will be. The smaller the number count, the larger the finished piece will be.The patterns are quite easy to understand but are recommended for people who already know how to do counted cross stitching. No more squinting trying to read 'TINY' symbols. Easier to read than older, store bought patterns... & loads of fun to stitch!The stitching chart is set ***FOR YOU TO PRINT***... at 8 squares per inch. All stitches are full Stitches. No half stitches & no back stitching.My patterns are computer-generated using professional software, designed in the 'POINTILLIST' style of art which means that when viewed from several feet away all the colors blend together making the stitched piece look realistic...like the original photo or painting from which it was created. The amount of colors used allows subtle color changes to create this realistic look. Without it they wouldn't look anywhere NEAR as good.The second picture is a Virtual image of the STITCHED pattern... (Minus grid lines that mute the colors, of course.) :DThe third picture is Examples of the stitching chart in both B&W & Color... & the Floss Legend, w/symbols for DMC, Anchor and JP Coats & Clark... so you have a choice of floss brands.No returns or refunds due to the nature of this particular item. ***We will not refund money due to the ad *NOT* being read entirely or correctly.***DISCLAIMER...Due to the limitations & inconsistencies of various display monitors, the colors you see on your screen may not be a totally accurate reproduction of the actual product. Screen images are intended as a guide only and should not be regarded as absolutely correct. This chart has been designed and printed with our best intentions of being without mistakes. However, the possibility of human error, printing mistakes or the variation of individual stitching does exist, and we regret that we cannot be responsible for this.These are electronic PDF files that you have to print out yourself.

Details: Sept. 23-24 at Lesher Center for the Arts, Walnut Creek; and Sept. 29-Oct. 2, Palace of Fine Arts Theatre, San Francisco; program repeats in Mountain View and Carmel in March; $25-$68; 925-943-7469, www.smuinballet.org. Details: Sept. 30-Oct. 2; Zellerbach Hall, UC Berkeley; $36-$126; 510-642-9988, http://calperformances.org. Details: Oct. 15—23; Palace of Fine Arts Theatre, San Francisco; $35-$45; 415-392-4400, www.cityboxoffice.com. Details: 8 p.m. Nov. 4 at Mountain View Center for Performing Arts; 8 p.m. Nov. 5 at Herbst Theatre, San Francisco; $45-$65; www.theatreflamenco.org.

She’ll be back on the train by 3:30 p.m., and home more than ballet shoes on piano... ~counted~ cross stitch pattern ~computer generated~ bbxs 12 hours after she left, Her schedule cuts into activities she loves, including school clubs and drama, as well as socializing and sleep — but it’s the price she’s chosen to pay to stay in her beloved high school after rent hikes priced her family out of San Jose, Mya, 17, is among thousands of schoolchildren who have been uprooted by the Bay Area’s high housing costs, and one of a small but growing number who embark on long daily commutes this month as they go back to school..

A tight and astronomically expensive housing market is forcing families to face wrenching choices: to uproot, make marathon drives or cram together. But the market is also reshaping the size and makeup of some Bay Area schools, as displaced families leave and re-enroll their children elsewhere. In the San Mateo-Foster City School District, for example, enrollment grew last year despite the loss of 500 low-income students who left the area, said Assistant Superintendent Donna Lewis. That’s because more students from wealthier families came into the district. But in lower-income communities, many schools have seen enrollment fall as families are priced out.

“It catches your attention, because you know how desperate the families are,” said Stephen McMahon, deputy superintendent of San Jose Unified, The district has been granting more interdistrict transfers to kids like Mya whose families move away, “Everything they have is here, but they can’t afford to live here.”, For Mya, ballet shoes on piano... ~counted~ cross stitch pattern ~computer generated~ bbxs the transfer has its trade-offs, “Sometimes I look at my Snapchat when I’m waking up and my friends are posting,” she said, “I go, ‘What are you doing?’ And they’re like, ‘What are you doing?'”Š”..

What she’s doing is sticking to a disciplined routine that allows her to take AP and honors classes, keep her friends, and continue with dance and music at San Jose Unified’s performing arts magnet. While determined parents like Mya’s map out precise schedules to keep their children in local schools, the flight of poor families has drained students — and state funds — from many school districts. Last year, Ravenswood City School District in East Palo Alto lost 150 students. “Our enrollment has fallen drastically over the last couple of years,” said Student Services Director Ruth Woods. Enrollment has also dropped in districts in downtown and East San Jose, Redwood City, Emeryville, Newark and Union City.

Vanishing are families like Nancy Dominguez’s, who said her landlord raised the rent by $200 for a Redwood City garage where they lived and demanded they pay or vacate within five days, The family of four eventually moved to Modesto, But in regionwide gentrification, demand ballet shoes on piano... ~counted~ cross stitch pattern ~computer generated~ bbxs is growing for schools in San Jose’s Willow Glen and Almaden Valley, and in Palo Alto, Millbrae, Fremont and San Ramon — destination districts where homes sell for $1 million and more, The enrollment boomtown is Dublin, whose school population has more than doubled in 10 years, Migration is also boosting the school-age population in affordable Delta and valley towns like Pittsburg, Martinez, Tracy, Stockton and Manteca..

Earlier this year, Jemima Agudelo reluctantly made a decision that still makes her cry. Desperate to move out of a Daly City home shared by six adults and three children, Agudelo pulled her older son out of a charter school, where the once-struggling first-grader was thriving, and moved to Los Banos. When school starts, she plans to drive her sons an hour away to Hollister, where she’s found day care and a high-performing charter school. “We finally have that two-bedroom, what everyone wants,” she said. But school, jobs, family and services are all far away from Los Banos, said Agudelo, who hopes to eventually earn a nursing degree and perhaps afford a place in the Bay Area.

Even a middle-class income offers no housing security, “I make six figures,” said Mya’s mother, Cammie Farmer, 34, ballet shoes on piano... ~counted~ cross stitch pattern ~computer generated~ bbxs a single mom with four other children, Three years ago, she downsized everyone into a two-bedroom apartment in San Jose, going for $1,800, When the rent went up by $300 last year, she realized, “I can’t keep living here.”, She moved to Tracy, where she pays nearly as much — $2,000 — but has a 4-bedroom home with a yard, Initially, she commuted with her five kids, to keep Mya at Lincoln, three younger kids in a Campbell elementary school and the 2-year-old with his San Jose grandmother..



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