Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Needlepoint Kit Jingle Jangle Stocking - Needle Treasures, JCA

Posted by Drew Z.:

The last couple of blog post we have put a lot of attention on the new Design Works designs, and deservedly so. They are some great designs you should really check them out. Today however, we want to take a look at one of the new kits we just received in from JCA. Instead of counted cross stitch designs we have a great needlepoint Christmas design for you. Every time we get a chance we do want to remind you that Christmas needlecraft items do take time to complete and Christmas 2010 is closer than you think. The new kits from JCA are as good and the kits from Design Works. You might want to check them out as well. Both the new Design Works and JCA kits are in the New Item category at

Ho Ho Ho it's time for Christmas. Okay it is time to head on over to JCA and today's featured item is the Needlepoint Kit Jingle Jangle Stocking - Needle Treasures, JCA and it resides in the Needlepoint Kits -Misc category. You will differently jingle all the way with this jingle jangle stocking (Try to say that fast 5 times). Oh what fun this snowman is having with his jingle jangle bells. The finished size of this needlepoint design is 10" x 16" (25 x 41 cm).

The Needlepoint Kit Jingle Jangle Stocking is design by Diane Arthurs. This kit includes design printed in full color on #13, 100% cotton canvas, a color organizer with presorted Elsa Williams 100% wool tapestry yarn and 100% wool Persian yarn and 100% cotton floss, metallic thread, needle, bells, ribbon, felt backing, ornament/stocking hanger, alphabet chart, ornament template and complete instructions. As with all kits at this kit is new and has never been opened.

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Carolyn McNeil said...

Thank you! Great designs! And you are soooo right - Christmas projects need to be started now or Christmas will come too soon this year...
Happy Stitchin'...

abullrun said...


Thank you for your comment. There will be a lot of Christmas projects for 2010 that will be finished for Christmas 2011, but they are so fun to do.