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    Default For anyone who does needlepoint

    Karlin
    Cavaliers: Jaspar Leo Lily Tansy
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    Cavalier SM Infosite:www.smcavaliers.com

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    Lovely! When I take a moment away from my obsessive knitting perhaps I'll pick up a Blenheim pattern.

    Thanks for the link!
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    Its seems really expensive. What kind of stitching is that. The only one i konw how to do is cross stitch
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    That would be fairly typical for kits that aren't mass produced, I think. Someone there must like cavaliers as most breeds have one or two patterns. Don't know anything about the stitching.
    Karlin
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    I do fairly sophisticated needlework. Is anyone aware of any other websites that sell needlepoint patterns for tricolor cavs?

    Also, please let me know if you've stumbled upon any (already stitched) pillows with tricolor cavs.

    Cheers.

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    What kind of stitching is that. The only one i konw how to do is cross stitch
    I think these are cross stitch. The home page says what the kit contains:

    14 count aida
    DMC pre-sorted threads
    Black & white symbols chart
    Stitching Instructions
    Needle
    No Outlining
    Little or no Back-Stitch

    I wish I hadn't seen this link as I am now thinking about getting the bell pull and I still have 2 unfinished pieces to do. One for my month old niece and another for a friends new baby
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    I have been working on cross stitching a quilt for two years now... Lol... don't know if I will ever get around to finishing it...
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    Quote Originally Posted by MathisGreen
    I have been working on cross stitching a quilt for two years now... Lol... don't know if I will ever get around to finishing it...
    Wow - starting with a quilt - you are brave - I think when I learn how - I'll start with a stocking or maybe even a coster - ha!

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    Yes a quilt is a big project! I would love to see a picture when you finish it.

    I have done a few peices but mostly winnie the pooh pictures or birth charts. Here is one of the more simple ones that I did for my cousins little girl:



    I am going to buy that bell pull cross stich but I am waiting until my next pay cheque - went a little mad with the credit card over Christmas
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    Oh, it wasn't a first time project. I grew up crossing odds and ends.
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