Craftways® Four Seasons Trivet Counted Cross-Stitch Kit
Item 180642
Cheerful blooms celebrate the seasons with a sweet sentiment. Counted cross-stitch kit includes 14-ct. white aida fabric, acrylic trivet with cork backing, pre-sorted cotton floss, thread palette, needle, and instructions. 6 x 6" (15.2 x 15.2 cm) Imported.
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Craftways® Four Seasons Trivet Counted Cross-Stitch Kit
Craftways® Four Seasons Trivet Counted Cross-Stitch Kit
Item 180642
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Customer Reviews

Average Rating:

(based on 2 reviews)

April 07, 2016
"These are so fun and practical! they are also beautiful."
May 17, 2015
"Not for advanced beginners I love 4 seasons anything, and needed another trivet. I do fine with multiple colors, but not with a lot of fractionals (half cross stitches). This kit was full of them. I got through the mums and poinsettia, but made so many mistakes on the daffodil, it wasn't worth it to finish. The aida cloth was so stiff, I had to keep changing to a sharp needle to pierce the center of the squares. The yellow was so pale it was hard to see. I picked another pattern. Generous amount of floss though!"