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Maggie The Messmaker


      by: Dimensions, Inc.
Manufacturer:   

Dimensions, Inc.

Product Collection:   

Dimensions Gold Collection

 (87 items)
Category:   

The Still Life

ProductType:   

Cross Stitch Kits

SKU: 238210
Designer: Charles Wysocki
Project Size: 14" x 12" (36 x 30 cm)
Floss: Cotton Thread
Fabric: 18 count beige Aida

Price: $38.49 

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Description

Item Description:  
The Princess lounges serenely among her mistress's sewing paraphernalia. She doesn't mind the clutter a bit, just don't try to move her. Worked on 18 count beige Aida, this charming scene is filled to the brim with captivating details. Who can resist a tablecloth trimmed with dancing mouse lace?

Kit contains cotton embroidery thread, 18 count beige Aida fabric, thread palette, needle and instructions including an easy-to-read multicolor chart. We recommend an embroidery hoop or scroll bars for stitching this design.

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Question about pattern
I am really enjoying this pattern and am over 3/4 finished. The only problem that I have is that there are things missing on the pattern. On the pic...
Posted By jackiemathwich7288 on 04/13/15.    137 Views, 7 Replies, latest by syagel on 04/13/15
Dimension Designs
I also love the details of Dimension designs, but they NEVER put enough of their threads in to complete the project! They say they don't use DMC...
Posted By CAROL P on 11/15/14.    186 Views, 5 Replies, latest by Texas Stitcher on 11/16/14
couching vs. backstitching on lines
Hi, I have been working on this pattern for 5 years!!! I do have some questions about the stitching and hope someone is willing to correspond w...
Posted By kjwsew on 06/14/14.    297 Views, Replied to by syagel on 06/14/14
chart
I have this I need a new chart, so I can finsh. Please send me one if you can . thank you 9049 Willowdale Road, Greencastle,PA 17225
Posted By slate on 04/25/14.    305 Views, 15 Replies, latest by jclifford on 04/29/14
Pattern
I would like to know if there is available pattern (only) of Maggie The Messmaker? If I order the kit would it be possible to replace the 18 ct A...
Posted By danaferfernandez on 03/27/14.    215 Views, Replied to by syagel on 03/27/14

Customer Reviews

Product Rating: (4.75)   # of Ratings: 4   (Only registered customers can rate)

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1. Sandra on 2/9/2015, said:

It is adorable. I will be stitching this for my granddaughter because she is a messmaker and loves cats. :( I will be doing it on linen and with DMC. Hate Aida and don't like kits but the pattern is so cute that I could not resist. Check back with me in a year or so. LOL Love ECS, great everything!
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2. Deborah on 1/18/2012, said:

I love the Dimensions Gold designs- I've done 2 now. But the thread they give you is not the best quality (it thins and breaks easily. I always convert to DMC colors and use my own. I've quite a collection now!
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3. Pam on 3/29/2011, said:

Lots of detail on this one and takes forever to finish but well worth it!
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4. Collette on 7/28/2008, said:

I thought I would NEVER finish. But that is what I also liked about it. So much detail.
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