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Our store offers a great selection of beautifully designed embroidery kits in classic and modern styles. The counted cross technique allows detailed embroidering. An enlarged charted design with clear symbols is included for easy counting and stitching. Suitable for both beginners and experienced embroiderers.

DIY Kit Cross Stitch is equipped with high-quality materials:
- cotton canvas Aida
- high-quality embroidery floss cotton - 33 colors
- a suitable needle
- chart with instructions in English

Size: 4.3quot;x10.2quot; (11.0x26.0 cm)

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