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From samplers to Christmas stockings, charming home accents to personalized journals, inspiration awaits your needle and floss.

Cross-Stitch

With a variety of autumn, holiday, and "any day" designs, find your next stitched masterpiece inside this section of eight wonderful projects.

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  • 2014 Corrections
    • Sunflower Tin & Mugs from June  2014  issue of Craft Ideas®

      Replace 1st sentence in Step 3 with: Squeeze burnt sienna and burnt umber on palette; dot center seed pod in spiral pattern, alternating colors, creating three-dimensional look.

    • Welcome to My Garden from June  2014  issue of Craft Ideas®

      Page 54: The gardenia die was misidentified. The Gardenia Strip Die (B339) is from Cheery Lynn Designs, www.cheerylynndesigns.com.

    • Knit Summer Stroll Stole from June  2014  issue of Craft Ideas®

      The cast-on number should be 136 stitches, not 116. Row 7 should be K4. This stole is created using five balls of yarn, not two.

  • 2013 Corrections
    • Knit Mitered Square Cowl from February  2013  issue of Craft Ideas®

      fourth square
      With D, pick up 12 sts evenly spaced across top of First Square, then cast on 12 sts.
      Rep First Square instructions from Row 1 - end.

  • 2012 Corrections
    • Trail of Leaves Scarf from October  2012  issue of Craft Ideas®

      Slovy Sticky Fabri-Solvy was used in the project, not Sulky Solvy Water Soluble Stabilizer

  • 2011 Corrections
    • Casserole Carrier revisions from August  2011  issue of Craft Ideas®

      Revise Steps #3 and #4 as follows:
      3. For the two loops: cut two strips that measure 3-1/2"-wide x 12" long from the yellow print fabric. Fold each strip in half, with right sides together; pin as needed. Stitch 1/4" in from the seam. Turn sewn strips right sides out, press with iron.
      4. For the strap, cut one strip out of the yellow print fabric that measures 3-1/2"-wide x 21" long. Fold strip in half with right sides together; pin as needed. Stitch 1/4" in from the seam. Turn sewn strips right sides out, press with iron.

    • Sea Shells Tray pattern from August  2011  issue of Craft Ideas®

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