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YYSBX Counted Cross Stitch Kit Flower Coast 16 × 20 inches Full

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YYSBX Counted Cross Stitch Kit Flower Coast 16 × 20 inches Full

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❤Welcome to the YYSBX gift shop

★YYSBX is a shop selling cross stitch products. Our products are independently designed and manufactured, using superb craftsmanship to create high-quality products.

★What can cross stitch bring us?
1. Cross stitch can bring happiness and joy to people, and you will feel very proud after completion.
2. As a gift, it is also very touching. It can increase your feeling.
3. This is also a good choice for wall decoration.

★Product size: 40×50cm / 16×20 inches

You still don’t know why there are 11CT and 14CT? Then let us tell you.
★11CT means 11 grids on a 1-inch fabric, and 14CT means 14 grids on a 1-inch fabric.
★The size of 14CT with the same design should be smaller than 11CT. Therefore, in the same picture, the price of 14CT is cheaper than that of 11CT. 11CT is better for eyes and easier to embroider. However, the density of 14CT is greater and it will look more beautiful after completion.
★In order to give customers a better experience, our product is 11CT. If you need 14CT or higher CT cross stitch, you can contact us.

★Reminder:
If you are buying this kit for the first time or trying to use cross stitch for the first time, please read the following instructions:
1. Since the ink on the pattern is water-soluble, please do not wet the embossed pattern on the fabric before finishing.
2. After sewing, it is easy to soak the pattern in warm water for 10 to 15 minutes.
3. Please don't think that the color of the pattern block on the fabric is just the color of the sewing thread.
4. The symbols on the fabric have corresponding digital codes.

★We promise to compensate you for defective products after receiving the goods.

We are happy to provide you with answers. If you have any questions about our products, please feel free to contact us, we will reply you within 24 hours.

YYSBX Counted Cross Stitch Kit Flower Coast 16 × 20 inches Full

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