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Oklahoma Map


      by: Sue Hillis Designs
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Cross Stitch Patterns

Themes:   

Locations & Maps

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Sue Hillis State Maps

 (50 items)
SKU: 7459
Stitch Count: 148w x 91h
Project Size: 10.6" x 6.5" on 14cnt
Floss: DMC

Price: $7.50 

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 301 mahogany - md 1 $0.49
 310 black 1 $0.49
 437 tan - lt 1 $0.49
 518 wedgewood - lt 1 $0.49
 676 old gold - lt 1 $0.49
 680 old gold - dk 1 $0.49
 712 cream 1 $0.49
 742 tangerine - lt 1 $0.49
 817 coral red - vy dk 1 $0.49
 838 beige brown - vy dk 1 $0.49
 840 beige brown - md 1 $0.49
 890 pistachio green - ul dk 1 $0.49
 905 parrot green - dk 1 $0.49
 906 parrot green - md 1 $0.49
 919 red copper 1 $0.49
 950 desert sand - lt 1 $0.49
 white 1 $0.49

Fabric Suggestions:
Wichelt Imports 14ct Aida, White (12" x 18") $5.29
Charles Craft, Inc. 14ct Aida, White (12" x 18") $3.45
MCG Textiles 14ct Aida, White (15" x 18") $3.29
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Description

Item Description:  
Model to be stitched on your choice of fabric using DMC floss. Stitch count 148 x 91.

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