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Fairy Tale Baby


      by: Bobbie G Designs
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Cross Stitch Patterns

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Birth Announcments

SKU: 02-2645
Stitch Count: 168w x 136h
Project Size: 12.0" x 9.7" on 14cnt

Price: $8.00 

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 3835 grape - md 1 $0.49
 3836 grape - lt 1 $0.49
 3853 autumn gold - dk 1 $0.49
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 white 1 $0.49

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Wichelt Imports 14ct Aida, White (18" x 25") $10.39
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Description

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birth sampler

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clarification
one of the reviewers said there are a lot of half stitches, I was under the impression that you could not use aida cloth for this. Also that there are...
Posted By phoenix.glow on 02/08/15.    113 Views, 4 Replies, latest by jlhewes on 02/08/15

Customer Reviews

Product Rating: (4.00)   # of Ratings: 3   (Only registered customers can rate)

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1. Shanna on 10/15/2009, said:

beautiful picture once completed. I have been cross stitching for 30+yrs & at times found this piece very difficult.The squares are very small & it's difficult to determine what the symbol is since several of them are very similar. There are TONS of half stitches,I dont know about you but I so hate them.There are several areas where it seems like all you do is change colors(for instance in the mouse you change colors about 6 times & for a couple colors you are only doing a few color.I wish the pattern would of been in color,it's very rare now adays to have a pattern in black & white.You also have to be careful because at times the backstitch covers up a symbol so you have to guess. After all those headaches you will end up with a great finished product. I love how it blends nursery rhymes with a Bible verse. I always do a Christian baby sampler but I get tired of doing Noah's Ark all the time.
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2. Douglas on 11/13/2008, said:

I've started working on this project for my soon to be son, and it looks great so far. It's a great intermediate design, and I'm having a lot of fun doing it. It's nicer and not too cheesy, like some of the baby stuff out there. Update - Now that I've completed the project, it looks great. However, I did notice several errors on the pattern, as well as a few areas that should have contained stitches but were left blank (most noticeably around the goose). So overall, I would recommend the pattern, but keep an eye on the photo as you do it, as there are several mistakes in the pattern.
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3. Annette on 4/21/2007, said:

I'm working on this needlework now for my grandson's first birthday. I've really enjoyed it.
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