Before you ask, yes, I am crazy. Oh wait, you want to know what Supersized and MC mean? Okay. Supersized means that the longest side, in this case the top/bottom, is maxed out at 999 stitches. The overall size is 999 x 660 for a total of 659,340 stitches.
MC stands for Max Colors (or Colours for my UK readers). On this chart the MC means 240 colors are used. See, I told you I was crazy!
It gets better (or worse)! In order to fit this on my 30" (76.2cm) scroll frame, I did the calculations and figured out I need to stitch it on 40ct. to get it to fit without stitching it sideways. Yes, I've done that before and it's not hard, but I did want to keep the finished size manageable so I wouldn't have to spend a fortune on framing.
Sunday night, I finished the first page! Only 90 more to go!
I meant to put a coin on the fabric for a size reference but I forgot to grab one. The stitched area is 2" (50.8cm) wide x 2.45" (6.22cm) high which is smaller than a standard sized business card.
I should mention that I'm doing this in half stitches with one strand because, after all, it is 40ct. I did start out doing full crosses but I found it too hard to see where the missing stitches were so I restarted in half stitches.
Since I finished this page, that means next up in my rotation is God Speed.