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Judaic Ten Commandments

      by: Kooler Design Studio

Cross Stitch Patterns



SKU: 5227
Stitch Count: 172w x 172h
Project Size: 12.3" x 12.3" on 14cnt
Floss: DMC
Fabric: White 14 ct. Aida

Price: $16.96 

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Item Description:  
Regal lions holding scrolls representing the Ten Commandments given to Moses on Mt Sinai are beautifully depicted in this traditional Jewish paper cut style design. The unique versatility of this design is that it is suitable for those who wish to needlepoint or cross-stitch. Ideas for finishing include: pillows, matzo covers, tallit bags, challah covers or framed as a wall hanging to be given as anniversary or wedding gifts that will be handed down from generation to generation.

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I just finished this project on 22 count, and it was not too difficult - the only concern I have is that my finished project was not the size that was ...
Posted By peachie612 on 03/10/15.    389 Views, 5 Replies, latest by miss crossstitc on 09/21/15