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Product description

The package contains:
Pre-printed embroidery cloth ×1, Needle×2, Allcolor threads,Description ×1, Drawing ×1
11CT is 11 counts per inch of fabric.


If this is your first time to buy this kit or the first try on cross-stitch, please read the following instructions:
1.Please DO NOT get the Stamped Pattern on the fabric wet before finish since the ink on the pattern is water-soluble.
2.After you’ve finished stitching, the pattern is easily washed out in warm water for soaking about 10-15 minutes
3.Please DO NOT take it for granted that the color of block on the fabric is just the thread’s color you should use to stitch.
4.The symbols on the fabric have a corresponding number code. Just read the symbol,and pick out the color the number code tells. Thus you can begin your work.


Enthusiastic service:
In order to ensure that the thread is used enough, we provide more than 30% thread in each color of each style. The fabric is Safe and healthy and non-toxic and harmless!
The high-definition printed symbols are not biased, the canvas symbols are clear and clear, saving time and effort.This is the cross stitch you are looking for!


NOTE

1. The Needle will prick, do not let children play in order to avoid accidents such as Stabbed.
2.As light and screen reasons, there maybe a little color difference with the real object. Hope you don't mind.
3.The product not included the frame. Please frame wooden and hang in your home as for decoration adornments.

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