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Santa Collectors Series

      by: Stoney Creek

Cross Stitch Patterns



SKU: 10-2595

Price: $14.95 

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Item Description:  
Stoney Creek's Santa Collectors' Series features 6 exquisite cross-stitch designs highlighting some of the many faces and names of Santa Claus through the ages:

Woodland Santa (#1) (103w x 148h Stitches) This pattern calls for GlissenGloss 000 bright white and 406 gold Rainbow Blending thread and Mill Hill 03049 rich red antique beads.

Kris Kringle (#2) (106w x 147h Stitches) This pattern also uses the GlissenGloss RBT000 and RBT406, plus Mill Hill 02011 Victorian gold beads and a BE003 gold small raised star charm.

Patchwork Santa (#3) (102w x 147h Stitches) This design also uses RBT000 and RBT406, plus Mill Hill 02010 ice beads and 2 mini jingle bells (NM5352).

Olde Time Santa (#4) (106w x 149h Stitches) This chart also calls for RBT000 and RBT406 with the Mill Hill 03049 beads.

Victorian Holly Santa (#5) (99w x 149h Stitches) This design uses the RBT406 gold and Mill Hill 03049 beads.

North Pole Santa (#6) (101w x 149h Stitches) This pattern calls for the RBT000 and RBT406 threads, 002J gold Japan Thread #7 and Mill Hill 02013 red red beads.

The individual Santas can be stitched on 28 ct ivory Lugana or any fabric of your choice. The afghan series which was originally featured in the 2000 Stoney Creek Cross Stitch Collection magazines was stitched on 2.25 yards of 20 ct gold/cream Lugana with a grid created with RibbonFloss.

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Does the pattern come with a list of color codes for the threads to be used?
Posted By hhdabs on 01/22/17.    62 Views, Replied to by Kristi @ ECS on 01/23/17