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What Cancer Cannot Do

      by: Janlynn





Cross Stitch Kits

SKU: 488506
Designer: Stoney Creek
Project Size: 8.25" x 12"
Floss: 6-strand cotton floss
Fabric: 14 count off-white Aida fabric

Price: $19.99 

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Item Description:  
Cancer is cruel and can do a lot of ugly things, but this inspirational design from Stoney Creek reminds us all of What Cancer Cannot Do. This powerful sentiment fosters hope in the bleakest of spirits. Give the gift of hope and encouragement to anyone in your life touched or threatened by cancer. Made in the USA by Janlynn. Each kit includes: 14-count 100% cotton off-white Aida, 100% cotton 6-strand carded floss, needle, graph and multi-lingual instructions.

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1. Deirdre on 3/20/2016, said:

As my husband is now in his sixth year of remission after being treated for cancer this really caught my eye. I intend to do it and give it to the Oncology unit who treated him. I have now finished this and it has made up beautifully. It was a little fiddly in that there were a lot of single stitches which meant I could not keep the back as tidy as I like but it was still easy to do.
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2. Sharon on 11/9/2011, said:

I love the picture & can't wait to get done & framed!!!
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