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Beach Tranquility


      by: Dimensions, Inc.
Manufacturer:   

Dimensions, Inc.

Product Collection:   

Dimensions DayDreams Kits

 (2 items)
Category:   

Scenic

ProductType:   

Cross Stitch Kits

SKU: 330149
Project Size: 8X8
Floss: Cotton floss
Fabric: 16 count blue Aida fabric

Regular Price: $10.99 
On Sale For: $9.34
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Item Description:  
Grab a good book, take a seat in the wicker chair, and  let the sunshine and ocean breeze soothe you. The stitching in  this design coordinates beautifully with the printed mat to create  a lovely scene. Kit includes: thread and needle, 16 count blue  Aida, glass, designer mat and backing board, 4 frame clips, and  easy instructions.

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Beach Tranquility
I have just started to stitch this fascinating pattern and looking forward to completing it a.s.a.p. Unfortunately I have 2 projects going at the sam...
Posted By wilfrith on 07/06/16.    91 Views, Replied to by DancyFrog on 07/06/16

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1. Debbie on 10/5/2012, said:

Really a cute little project. I had a bit of a tough time doing the outlining in a couple of areas because the pattern called for 5 threads for the half cross-stitches in one or two colors. I would use only 4 next time. I think it would give the same textured effect, but without as much struggle to push my outlining needle through the holes. Also, I will get a frame for the project, just to give it a more polished look. I don't mean to sound negative - I really did enjoy doing it and love the way it looks when complete. :)
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