Wish I could find you one already done, but it is fun (usually) and satifying to work out your own pattern. That way you get almost exactly what you wanted!
You can either grab a sheet of graph paper and a pencil and work out the lettering of the verse, it's good to have an alphabet to work from (say if you already have patterns with a complete alphabet or something free from the net) that way you will have consistant and uniform looking words and have an idea of the finished size too.
Usually you leave 1 space between letters and about 3 or 4 spaces between words. Then you need to work out how many spaces between the lines, if it is a longer verse (and yours one may be, depending on how much of the verse you wish to quote).
Otherwise you can use word generators (on the net) to create the wording you want - please let me know if you'd like links to these and I'll post them. Or you can use a cross stitch pattern maker, which I sometimes use. But using graph paper is still good!
Please post back if I haven't explained something well enough.
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