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The Backyard Gate

      by: Imaginating

Cross Stitch Patterns



SKU: 1721
Stitch Count: 72w x 110h
Project Size: 5.1" x 7.9" on 14cnt
Floss: DMC
Fabric: 14ct. Antique Brown Perforated Paper and 14ct. Fiddler's Cloth Oatmeal Lite

Price: $6.00 

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 321 christmas red 1 $0.49
 422 hazel nut brown - lt 1 $0.49
 498 christmas red - dk 1 $0.49
 610 drab brown - dk 1 $0.49
 702 kelly green 1 $0.49
 902 garnet - vy dk 1 $0.49
 920 copper - md 1 $0.49
 930 antique blue - dk 1 $0.49
 931 antique blue - md 1 $0.49
 3371 black brown 1 $0.49
 3750 antique blue - vy dk 1 $0.49
 3752 antique blue - vy lt 1 $0.49
 3782 mocha brown - lt 1 $0.49
 3820 straw - dk 1 $0.49
 3829 old gold - vy dk 1 $0.49
 white 1 $0.49

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Item Description:  
This leaflet includes the chart and instructions.   The floss, fabric and any other supplies required to complete the project are purchased separately. Model stitched on 14ct. Brown Perforated Paper (2 sheets requires) and 14ct. Fiddler's Lite.

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