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These are the lighthouse charts. Each chart is done using 4 black and white pages and 3 color pages. Each chart sells for $5.00 including postage and handling charges.

Lighthouse1 Chart #1 - Yaquina Head. Completed in 1873, is the tallest on the Oregon coast. 108 x 140 counts (7 5/8 x 10 inches) using 47 colors. Stitched on light blue, 14 count Aida cloth. Look inside this lighthouse.
Lighthouse2 Chart #2 - Cape Disappointment. Completed in 1856, was the first lighthouse in use in the Pacific Northwest. It is located in Washington on the north side of the Columbia river and guides mariners along the north Oregon coast and into the Columbia. 120 x 141 counts (8 1/2 x 10 inches) using 36 colors. Stitched on confederate grey, 14 count Aida cloth.
Lighthouse3 Chart #3 - Cape Meares. Completed in 1890, sits 200 feet above the sea over a near vertical cliff and is located just south of Tillamook Bay. 106 x 120 counts (7 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches) using 47 colors. Stitched on light sky blue, 14 count Aida cloth.
Lighthouse4 Chart #4 - Yaquina Bay. Completed in 1871, served as a working lighthouse for less than three years after being replaced by the lighthouse at Yaquina Head. 140 x 130 counts (10 x 9 1/4 inches) using 54 colors. Stitched on light sky blue, 14 count Aida cloth.
Lighthouse5 Chart #5 - Coquille River. Completed in 1896, was the last lighthouse built on the Oregon coast. 130 x 140 counts (9 1/4 x 10 inches) using 53 colors. Stitched on white, 14 count Aida cloth.
Lighthouse6 Chart #6 - North Head. Completed in 1898. 120 x 106 counts (8 1/2 x 7 1/2 inches) using 54 colors. Stitched on white, 14 count Aida cloth.
Lighthouse7 Chart #7 - Cape Blanco. Completed in 1870, is the oldest original tower on the Oregon coast. 110 x 131 counts (7 3/4 x 9 1/4 inches) using 54 colors. Stitched on white, 14 count Aida cloth.
Lighthouse8 Chart #8 - Umpqua River. Completed in 1893, is located on a Coast Guard station and has a unique red and white light. 92 x 140 counts (6 1/2 x 10 inches) using 48 colors. Stitched on light sky blue, 14 count Aida cloth.
Lighthouse9 Chart #9 - Heceta Head. Completed in 1894. Named for Spanish explorer Don Bruno de Heceta. 140 x 108 counts (10 x 7 5/8 inches) using 54 colors. Stitched on light sky blue, 14 count Aida cloth. Two closer views of this lighthouse.

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