|Cross Stitch Kit Alan Maley's Gracious Era|
Hello everybody. We have fantastic news. We just got in a shipment from Dimensions including 9 Cross Stitch Kits that we were out of.
We know of a lot of places throughout the world that is still celebrating winter and many places still have snow on the ground. We thought we would feature a classic for this time of year. Alan Maley an internationally acclaimed Artist has really outdone himself with this turn of the century nostalgic piece.
Today's Feature- Cross Stitch Kit Alan Maley's Gracious Era From Dimensions Gold Collection
Fur tippet and collar turned to ward off winter's chill, a Belle Epoque couple hurry to their waiting carriage. What evening awaits--Maxime's, the opera, perhaps the Moulin Rouge? Dream of the possibilities as you stitch this glowing depiction of another era on 16 count dove grey Aida.
This Beautiful Counted Cross Stitch is from Dimensions Gold Collection and named "Gracious Era" and designed by Alan Maley.
This Kit Is New And Has Never Been Opened.
This Wonderful Counted Cross Stitch kit Contains:
Cotton Embroidery Thread, 16 Count Dove Grey Aida Fabric, Thread Palette, Needle, Easy Instructions Including An Easy-To-Read Multicolor Chart, Fabric Size: 20" x 14" (51 x 36 cm).
Dimensions recommends an embroidery hoop or needlework stretcher bars for stitching this design.
Frame Size Without Mat: 16" x 10" (41 x 25 cm)
Frame Size With Mat: 20" x 14" (51 x 36 cm)
Here is a list of the Kits Back In Stock From Dimensions
- Cross Stitch Kit Alan Maley's Gracious Era Gold Collection
- Cross Stitch Kit Pleasures Of Winter Gold Collection
- Stamped Cross Stitch Kit Hummingbird & Fuchsias
- Cross Stitch Kit Victorian Charm
- Cross Stitch Kit Winter Outing
- Cross Stitch Kit Seaside Cottages
- Cross Stitch Kit Four Seasons Kittens Gold Collection
- Cross Stitch Kit M'Lady's Chateau Gold Collection
- Cross Stitch Kit Teatime Welcome From Dimensions Gold Collection Petites
- Cross Stitch Kit Little Pond Birth Record
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