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Gorgeous forest scene with a tempting gravel path leading to the depths. Enjoy this lovely scene every time you see it and be transported to this enchanted woodland.Intermediate to Advanced Brazilian Embroidery design. Stamped pattern on trigger cloth - available on White or Cream fabric.
Just Cross Stitch 2017 Special Hallowe’en Edition magazine. Fun, funky, scary, and cool collection of Hallowe’en designs just waiting for you to stitch them! Hang them, give them, use them as embellishments to make your house the best-decorated on the block!
Quaker motif on a rustic necklace decorated with a custom-designed button by Just Another Button Company. Stitched with Valdani P5 Tarnished Gold and 8113 Black Dark. Includes necklace, thread, fabric, button, and gift bag.
These three designs were created to introduce basic canvaswork techniques to the beginner stitcher. Intermediate level stitchers will also benefit from the variety of stitches, including Amadeus, Rhodes, Bowties, Sprats Heads and Walnettos. Approximate size of the finished designs is 3" x 4". Beginner Skill Level
Step back in time with these baskets of another era. Traditional quilt patterns have been transformed to create a Victorian flavor in silk pastels. This design will teach a wide variety of stitches from Amadeus to Milanese, Sprats Heads and Walnettos, and is designed for the beginner/intermediate stitcher. Beginner/Intermediate Skill Level
Sage green and lavender ribbons encircle a center motif designed for a name or date, or use the alternate center design. Personalize with charms or not, and create a piece that is uniquely yours. Intermediate Skill Level
By Acorn House. Large designer dogwood button embellishes this lovely Dogwood Sewing needlebook. It is surrounded by satin stitched counted dogwood flowers with beaded centers and a pretty green scroll border. Matching scissors fob and pinkeep are embellished with the same flowers. I've stitched this one and just love it! It was quick to make up and the...
What a great idea! Simply finish the edges of your tablecloth, then randomly add motifs here and there. Better yet, lay out threads and have your friends over – each can stitch a square or two. Wouldn't that be great for a wedding present?