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Quaker Ball, The


      by: Amaryllis Artworks
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Cross Stitch Patterns

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Cultures & Countries

SKU: 12-1682

Price: $29.95 

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 217 - Chili 3 $5.99
 243 - Pesto 1 $5.99
 244 - Olive Grove 2 $5.99
 253 - Ink 1 $5.99
 1232 Palomino 3 $2.50
 1268 Molasses 1 $2.50
 1285 Twilight 1 $2.50
 1316 Mulberry 1 $2.50
 1331 Brick 2 $2.50
 2103 Pea Coat 1 $2.50
 2158 Juniper 2 $2.50
 2201 Moss 1 $2.50
 2238 Sweet Potato 1 $2.50

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Description

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Models stitched on 28 Ct. Flax Cashel, 32 Ct. Natural Brown linen, and 40 ct. Flax Newcastle linen with Caron Collection Waterlilies and Weeks Dye Works floss. Finishing instructions included. Large Ball needs 3 fabrics all in 28ct Cashel Linen 1) 10"x20" Piece of flax for octagons 1) 13 1/2" x 18" piece of Dark Olive for octagons 1) 12" x 14" navy for squares Medium Ball fabric 32 ct Wichelt Natural brown Line 1) 13 1/2" x 35" piece Small Ball fabric is 40ct Newcastle Linen in Flax 1) 13 1/2" x 27" piece (floss listed in box is for all three balls)

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Quaker Ball
How are these made? Is it a kit? What product is used to make these? Is there a choice of design?
Posted By PattyPat on 08/11/14.    92 Views, Replied to by syagel on 08/11/14
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I have several questions on this one. 1. Is this a kit? 2. How are they put together? 3. What fabric is used?
Posted By pjewell24 on 08/05/14.    148 Views, 3 Replies, latest by Su Pitt on 08/07/14