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Santa Noel

      by: Mill Hill

Mill Hill

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Charmed Santa Faces

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Cross Stitch Kits

Project Size: 3 X 3.5

Price: $6.99 

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Item Description:  
Kit Includes: Beads, metal snowflake or brass bell charm, 14ct perforated paper, needles, floss, chart and instructions.

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Product Rating: (5.00)   # of Ratings: 1   (Only registered customers can rate)

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1. Pauline on 2/5/2015, said:

Nice kit, easy to read and understand instructions and plenty of thread and beads. The only goofy thing about this kit is you make the face and beard on one piece of cardboard and the hat on another then glue or stitch them together. Ends up looking a bit shabby. I put the two patterns together and stitched it on one piece of cardboard. Came out looking fabulous.
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