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  1. Just Like Me Crochet Patterns

    Just Like Me Crochet Patterns

    This book is a handy guide for girls of all ages who want to learn to crochet. Beginners will get started in just minutes with easy-to-complete projects. Original crochet patterns are provided for both functional garments and flower embellishments to enhance any wardrobe or doll collection. Includes stitch guide and abbreviations chart. Fun and fashionable projects for your American girl and her doll. Learn More
  2. Felt from the Heart

    Felt from the Heart

    Felt from the Heart features more than twenty-four wonderful handmade stuffed animals, creatures, and veggies, plus cute habitats for all of your creations to hang out in. Every project in this book is sewn by hand using only embroidery floss and eight different stitches. Additionally, eah of these projets has a heart incorporated into the design, because each project is made from the heart. Learn More
  3. Cross Stitched Cards for Special Occasions

    Cross Stitched Cards for Special Occasions

    If you love sending cards and you love cross stitch, Cross Stitched Cards for Special Occasions has everything you need to create the perfect handmade card. It's packed with inspiring new ideas and patterns to stitch, send and enjoy. Top designers show how to stitch cards for every season and occasion. Learn More
  4. Irresistible Gifts to Cross Stitch

    Irresistible Gifts to Cross Stitch

    This ultimate collection of irresistible gift ideas provides 255 amazing gift and card patterns for each and every special occasion, from Mother's Day to the arrival of a new baby. Featuring projects by 16 top cross stitch designers, this tantalizing compendium is a must-have for every stitcher. Learn More
  5. Cross Stitch

    Cross Stitch

    Cross stitch is one of the oldest forms of hand embroidery, popular all over the world, and it is little wonder that it remains so. Cross stitch is easy to learn, is usually the first embroidery stitch taught to children, and is quickly arranged into patterns, pictures and letters by following grid charts where each square represents a single stitch. Learn More
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