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An essential reference and pattern book This golden encyclopedia of needlework complements the library of every cross-stitcher. Featuring 2001 ...Show synopsisAn essential reference and pattern book This golden encyclopedia of needlework complements the library of every cross-stitcher. Featuring 2001 designs for every occasion and category of stitching holidays, alphabets, florals, nature, sports, children, babies, Christmas, animals, and numerous others each motif collection is accompanied by a clear and accurate color chart and color key. Plus, the book boasts a convenient wire-o format, making it easy for cross-stitchers to follow along.Tips for end uses for the designsIncludes 50 specialty stitch diagrams with instructionsCross-stitch tips and specialty stitches to accompany the designs"Hide synopsis
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