|Design Size:||167 stitches high, 140 stitches wide||(14 count: 12" x 10" or approx. 30.5 cm x 25.5 cm)|
|(16 count: 10.5" x 9" or approx. 27 cm x 22.5 cm)|
|(18 count: 9.5" x 8" or approx. 24 cm x 20 cm)|
|Fabric Size:||Working on 14 count: No less than 18" x 16"||(46 cm x 41 cm)|
|Working on 16 count: No less than 17" x 15"||(43 cm x 38 cm)|
|Working on 18 count: No less than 16" x 14"||(40 cm x 35 cm)|
The Tiger, a native of Asia, prefers to live alone. They hunt practically any living thing from insects, through to fish and deer, and even baby Elephants.
The Tiger cub is usually born in a cave hidden amongst the rocks. Like the domestic Kitten, they are unable to see at birth and have to wait about two weeks for their eyes to open. At the age of about six months the cubs are ready to learn to hunt for themselves.
Tigers have an intense dislike of heat and, having no fear of water, will spend the greater part of the day in a stream or river in order to keep cool.
The worlds largest tigers live in the cold lands of Siberia, and have grey fur instead of being striped like the smaller Asian variety. All tigers are poor climbers.
If you enjoyed working the Tiger, may I suggest another from the big cat series which comprises a Jaguar, Lion, Snow Leopard, White Tiger and Panther... all of similar size.