Classic reserve gold label aida is a high quality cross stitch aida fabric
33 percent heavier so it can be stitched without a hoop
Made of 100-percent cotton yarn
The plastic tube packaging keeps the fabric free of folds and creases and is great for storing projects and supplies
Comes in 14-count; available in light blue color
This classic reserve gold label aida is a high quality cross stitch aida fabric that is up to 33-percent heavier so it can be stitched without a hoop. Made of 100-percent cotton yarn. The plastic tube packaging keeps the fabric free of folds and creases and is great for storing projects and supplies. After stitching, hand wash in lukewarm water with a mild liquid soap. Aida fabric has a precise square-patterned weave with visible stitching holes that makes this fabric easy to use and allows your needle to easily glide through the holes. Each square represents a cross stitch. Comes in 14-count. Made in USA. Available in light blue color. Measures 15-inch length by 18-inch width.
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