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In The Woods

      by: Prairie Schooler, The

Cross Stitch Patterns


In the Wild

SKU: 7835

Price: $5.00 

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 3857 rosewood - dk 1 $0.49

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Item Description:  
Woodland animals ornaments: rabbit,squirrel,fox, duck,bird,chipmunk.

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1. Marianne on 7/7/2009, said:

I have always liked this style that The Prairie Schooler has done, especially for things like animals. Not a lot of colour changes, but the finished work is effective. Recently, they seem to be going away from it, unfortunately.
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