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Houses & Mansions

SKU: 99-2141

Price: $6.00 

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Item Description:  
Includes three houses all stitched using one color of floss. This creates a beautiful, and easy-to-stitch, design! Models stitched on 14ct. White Aida using DMC floss.

"Welcome House Banner" stitch count: 75w x 1602h, Without the word welcome stitch count: 75w x 141h.

"Queen Anne Home" stitch count: 188w x 135h.

"Federal Home" stitch count: 185w x 145h.

The designs require more than one skein of floss, so be sure to buy 5 skeins for the large Designs and Two skeins for the smaller design. Any Dark color can be used; a dark blue, green, burgandy, brown, black or purple will work.

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1. Christie on 9/5/2012, said:

This picture works up quickly and looks like a pencil drawing. I can't wait to finish and hang it on my wall.
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