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Holiday Seasons

      by: Birds Of A Feather

Cross Stitch Patterns



SKU: 02-1106
Stitch Count: 72w x 72h
Project Size: 4.5" x 4.5" on 32cnt (over 2)
Floss: Weeks Dye Works and DMC Floss
Fabric: 32ct. Sparrow Linen (or Dirty Linen)

Price: $8.00 

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 1303 Charcoal 1 $2.50
 2153 Cypress 1 $2.50
 2206 Pistachio 1 $2.50
 2220 Curry 1 $2.50
 2226 Carrot 1 $2.50
 2241 Chrysanthemum 1 $2.50
 2268 Fire 1 $2.50
 2278 Hibiscus 1 $2.50
 2337 Periwinkle 1 $2.50
 2339 Blue Bonnet 1 $2.50
 3860 Crimson 1 $2.50
 3865 winter white 1 $0.49

Fabric Suggestions:
Wichelt Imports 32ct Belfast Linen, Dirty (13" x 18") $9.29
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Item Description:  
Christmas ~ Valentines Day ~ New Years Eve are on one pattern.
Easter ~ April Fools Day ~ St. Patrick's Day and May Day are on another pattern.
July 4th ~ Summertime are on a third pattern and Halloween ~ Thanksgiving are on fourth pattern.
You'll have all the bases covered in one pattern! Model stitched over two threads on 32 count Sparrow Linen (alternative - Dirty) using Weeks Dye Works Threads and DMC floss. Stitch count: 72H x 72W.

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Do I need to purchase 4 pieces of material or are they done on 1 piece and cut out. I ordered the pattern earlier but it didn't really have much in...
Posted By mrsmadrb on 01/12/17.    74 Views, Replied to by Kristi @ ECS on 01/12/17