Herrschners® Day At The Beach Bookmarks Counted Cross-Stitch Kit
Item 180111
Soak up the sun with your favorite beach reads and never lose your place when you ditch the beach for the waves. Counted cross-stitch kit includes white 14-ct. aida fabric, cotton floss, thread palette, and needle. Set of four. 2 x 8" (5 x 20.3cm). Imported.
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Herrschners® Day At The Beach Bookmarks Counted Cross-Stitch Kit
Item 180111
$14.99
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Customer Reviews

Average Rating:
3.05

(based on 2 reviews)

January 19, 2018
4.05
"Have not tried this one yet. I bought this as a gift for my daughter who has just started Cross stitching."
September 09, 2017
2.05
"I was looking for individual blank cross-stitch bookmarks. The picture showed 4 individual bookmarks. The description also said 'set of 4' so I thought that meant 4 blank bookmarks. When it said the kit included aida fabric, i thought it meant the bookmarks would be made of aida fabric, like all cross-stitch is. I did not realize that the fabric meant a large swath of fabric and you cut your own bookmarks from it. "