Cross-Stitch & Needlework Magazine, September 2011 Counted Cross-Stitch Book
Item 618197
America’s favorite magazine for cross-stitch, needlepoint, embroidery, and more!
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Customer Reviews

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(based on 7 reviews)

By Norma Rivera
Manati, PR
November 02, 2016
"Love the magazine. Great customer service!"
By Wendy
Davenport, FL
October 13, 2016
"So thankful that Herrschner’s has past issues available! Amazing magazine, absolutely the best cross stitch patterns out there. Had been a fan of the original magazine back in the 90’s and have just been reintroduced to them. I’m SO happy to be able to get past issues to get my “library” growing again! "
By Bonnie Huffington
Branson, MO
September 06, 2016
"Great patterns to stitch. Love it "
By Emma Swartz
Columbus, OH
March 03, 2016
"After seeing this issue on FlossTube, I had to get it as I loved the designs in the issue."
By Rita Turkowski
Redwood City, CA
January 07, 2016
"This is one of my favorite issues of CS&N of all time! I'm crazy for this Alma Lynne design (why do all her face designs look like herself?!?). Every chart is this book is so well defined, so clear, and the annual ornament series always makes their Sept issue worth the cost alone!"