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Mini Lady Silhouettes

      by: Artecy Cross Stitch

Cross Stitch Patterns



SKU: 5965
Stitch Count: 192w x 249h
Project Size: 13.7" x 17.8" on 14cnt
Floss: 1 DMC Cotton Colour

Price: $7.95 

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Item Description:  
This counted cross stitch pattern of 8 mini Lady Silhouette designs was created from clipart by Dover. Only full cross stitches are used in these patterns. Average Stitches for each design = 60w x 80h.

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1. Deborah J on 6/3/2015, said:

These are a little harder to work than they look. You have to be very attentive and mark off what you've done and where to pick up again when you stop. I got frustrated while working them but I'm going to perserver and keep working on them. I'm going to try working them in different color blocks - may make it easier to keep track of where I'm going. I believe it will be worth the effort when they're done.
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