Dimensions® Toy Shelf Birth Record Counted Cross-Stitch Kit
Item 053729
Adorable childhood toys in pretty, pastel shades will add a classic decorating touch to any nursery. Everything for personalizing this future heirloom on 14-count white Aida is included.
Kit contains cotton embroidery thread, 14-count white Aida, thread palette, needle, and easy-to-follow instructions including alphabet and number chart for personalizing. An embroidery hoop or 20" x 13" (50 x 33 cm) needlework stretcher bars are recommended for stitching this design. -- Finished Size: 16" x 9" (41 x 23 cm) -- Designed by: Barbara Mock
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Customer Reviews

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(based on 3 reviews)

December 04, 2015
"Nice size. It does take a while to cross stitch, but worth it. Works for a boy or a girl."
July 18, 2014
"Glad to see it back I purchased and made this birth record while I was expecting my one and only child in 1997. It hangs in his room today. It wasn't difficult and it had more than enough floss to finish it."
March 20, 2014
"adorable just had my 1st granddaughter and my son and daughter inlaw loved the way it turned out I also ordered the frame you offered for it and it brought the colors even more viberantly alive"