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Beach Babies Counted Cross Stitch Kit


      by: Dimensions, Inc.
Manufacturer:   

Dimensions, Inc.

Product Collection:   

Dimensions Basic Kits

 (76 items)
Category:   

Nautical & Coastal

ProductType:   

Cross Stitch Kits

SKU: 371151
Designer: Donald Zolan
Project Size: 14"X11"
Floss: Cotton floss
Fabric: 14 count Aida fabric

Price: $21.99 

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DIMENSIONS-Counted Cross Stitch. From elegant to whimsical, landscapes to still-life's, realistic to fantasy, no matter your style Dimensions has a fabulous needle-craft kit for you. This kit contains 14 count Aida, cotton thread, thread sorter, needle and easy to follow instructions. Finished size: 11x14in. Design: Beach Babies. Designer: Donald Zolan . Imported.

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It's bee awhile since I've stitched. It is so hard to decide on a piece to work on. I;m not the fastest in the world so a lot of time goes into the bigge...
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1. Helen on 10/5/2016, said:

What a beautiful pattern. Colourful and easy to read.
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2. Tara on 8/5/2010, said:

I LOVE that you get the thread on cards that are color coded and already seperated. It came out beautifully.
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