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Scottish Heather


      by: Riolis
Manufacturer:   

Riolis

Themes:   

Flowers

ProductType:   

Cross Stitch Kits

SKU: 275129
Project Size: 9.75" X 9.75"
Floss: Woolen and acrylic thread
Fabric: 14 Count flaxen Zweigart Aida fabric

Price: $22.99 

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RIOLIS-Counted Cross Stitch Kit. Express your love for arts and crafts with these beautiful cross stitch kits! Find a themed kit for any taste! This package contains 14 count flaxen Zweigart Aida fabric, woolen and acrylic yarn in twenty-six different colors, one color chart and one needle. Design: Scottish Heather. Finished Size: 9-3/4x9-3/4 inches.

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I prefer charts to kits but this Scottish Heather wa spence the in every way for what I needed. However, when it arrived I found the thread was not...
Posted By cmchris on 10/09/15.    286 Views, 3 Replies, latest by cmchris on 10/14/15

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1. Christine on 10/14/2015, said:

I prefer charts to kits but this Scottish Heather wa spence the in every way for what I needed. However, when it arrived I found the thread was not floss but a wool-acrylic blend. I do not like it as it frays quickly from pulling through the stiff Aida. Tried larger needle to open hole but I didn't help. So I resorted to shorter lengths, therefore more cuts uses more thread. It makes more of a needlepoint w/yarn feel. But it is very pretty so I will persevere!
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