2001 Cross Stitch Designs: The Essential Reference Book
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2001 Cross Stitch Designs: The Essential Reference Book

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This golden encyclopedia of needlework complements the library of every cross-stitcher, with 2001 cross-stitch designs, project ideas, and tips just in time to celebrate the new millennium.

Contains designs for every occasion and category of stitching, holidays, alphabets, florals, nature, sports, children, babies, Christmas, animals, and numerous others; each motif collect...more
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This is an awesome collection. I borrowed it from the library and I would like one to keep. Nice review of skills and color work, a wide array of patterns that are easy to follow.
This is a great book--I have used it for so many projects--big and small--even made me con fident in designing some of my own work
Sheila Read
oh this is a great book has some great designs of horses, roses and many other things inside of it.
Kai Sousa
Tons of great little patterns for small projects - quick, easy and cute.
Sian Taylor
useful for making cards - you can easily mix up the designs.
Gülşah Yazıcı
Really good ideas.
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