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Donna Kooler’s Second Edition Stocking Collection

Donna Kooler shares 14 more of her favorite cross stitch stocking designs in this sequel to her popular Ultimate Stocking Collection. Chosen from the many designs created by the talented team of artists at Kooler Design Studio--Linda Gillum, Barbara Baatz Hillman, Sandy Orton, and Nancy Rossi--this collection has a stocking to please everyone in the family. You'll find Santas, snowmen, and teddy bears for children and a variety of nostalgic wintry scenes and religious motifs that adults will love. Enjoy stitching one for yourself or as a priceless gift for someone special. The large charts are easy to follow and a separate alphabet chart is included with each design for personalizing.

Candy Nutcracker Stitch count 140x221
Jingle Bears stitch count 115x186
Santa Collage stitch count 146x230
Nostalgic Christmas stitch count 137x215
Snowmen Sampler stitch count 146x221
Celestial Angel stitch count 136x191
Let it Snow stitch count 133x224.
The best of Christmas stitch count 139x221.
Winter scene stitch count 142x223.
I love Santas stitch count 149x217
Peace on Earth stitch count 136x211.
Nativity stitch count 145x223.

Gingerbread Mice stitch count 146x219. Cozy Christmas stitch count 183x287.

All stitched on 14 Ct. White Aida using DMC floss.

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SKU: 432211
Weight: 0.8 LBS

Price: $22.95 


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1. Chantelle on 2/7/2014, said:

There are so many great designs it was hard to chose only two! Just on the first one now - the pattern is easy to follow, and easy to see the difference between the symbols.
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2. DEBORAH on 11/9/2011, said:

I have completed several of the designs and found them fun to do, easy to follow the pattern, and the grandkids love their stockings.
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3. Deborah on 1/8/2011, said:

The patterns are great. I liked it even better than the first stocking collection by Donna Kooler. Some of the stockings depict old fashioned Christmas scenes; which I thought were beautiful. There is a stocking for everyone in this book.
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