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Pumpkin Hill Farm - “Farm Fresh” Collection – Patterns # XS05A & # XS05B
These patterns are a salute to the small family farms along the country roads of America. Whether from their roadside stands or the local farmers’ market, they provide us with the fresh bounties of the earth. Our dinner tables thank you.

Pumpkin Hill Farm - “Farm Fresh” Collection – Patterns # XS05A & # XS05B - These patterns are a salute to the small family farms along the country roads of America. Whether from their roadside stands or the local farmers’ market, they provide us with the fresh bounties of the earth. Our dinner tables thank you.
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Pumpkin Hill Farm - “Farm Fresh” Collection – Pattern # XS05A Includes:
1 x Pumpkin Hill counted cross stitch chart for 14 count aida cloth.

Size Specifications:
Unframed: 7-7/8” x 5-7/8”
Framed: 14-5/8” x 12-5/8” (With frame and mat as shown)

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Pumpkin Hill Farm - “Farm Fresh” Collection – Patterns # XS05A & # XS05B - These patterns are a salute to the small family farms along the country roads of America. Whether from their roadside stands or the local farmers’ market, they provide us with the fresh bounties of the earth. Our dinner tables thank you.
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Welcome Home - “Farm Fresh” Collection – Pattern # XS05B Includes:
1 x Welcome Home counted cross stitch chart for 14 count aida cloth.

Size Specifications:
Unframed: 5-1/2” x 7-1/4“
Framed: 12-1/2” x 14-1/4” (With frame and mat as shown)

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The Farmers’ Market – “Farm Fresh” Collection – Patterns # XS06A & # XS06B
Piled high at the local farmers’ market, the colorful pumpkins and squash signal the end of the farm fresh produce delivered to our cities every weekend. Whether we carve them or pile them in baskets by the front door, they are a delight to behold.

The Farmers’ Market – “Farm Fresh” Collection – Patterns # XS06A & # XS06B - Piled high at the local farmers’ market, the colorful pumpkins and squash signal the end of the farm fresh produce delivered to our cities every weekend. Whether we carve them or pile them in baskets by the front door, they are a delight to behold.
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Pumpkins for sale - “Farm Fresh” Collection – Pattern # XS06A includes:
1 x ”Pumpkins for Sale” counted cross stitch chart for 14 count aida cloth

Size Specifications:
Unframed: 5-3/8” x 7-1/8”
Framed: 12-7/8” x 14-3/4” (With frame and mat as shown)

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The Farmers’ Market – “Farm Fresh” Collection – Patterns # XS06A & # XS06B - Piled high at the local farmers’ market, the colorful pumpkins and squash signal the end of the farm fresh produce delivered to our cities every weekend. Whether we carve them or pile them in baskets by the front door, they are a delight to behold.
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Squash 50 Cents - “Farm Fresh” Collection – Pattern # XS06B includes:
1 x “Squash 50 Cents” counted cross stitch chart for 14 count aida cloth

Size Specifications:
Unframed: 5-3/8” x 7-1/8“
Framed: 12-7/8” x 14-3/4” (With frame and mat as shown)

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"Connecticut River" Collection - Pattern #'s XS10, XS11, XS12, & XS13
This collection encompasses several styles popular during the 18th and 19th centuries in America – Colonial, Georgian and Federal. These styles, influenced by Europe, were orderly and symmetrical. They enjoyed a resurgence of popularity from 1890-1940 when the excesses of the Victorian style waned and a more orderly style was desired.

"Connecticut River" Collection - Pattern #'s XS10, XS11, XS12, & XS13 - This collection encompasses several styles popular during the 18th and 19th centuries in America – Colonial, Georgian and Federal. These styles, influenced by Europe, were orderly and symmetrical. They enjoyed a resurgence of popularity from 1890-1940 when the excesses of the Victorian style waned and a more orderly style was desired.
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"Connecticut River" Collection - Pattern # XS10 Includes:
4 x Counted cross stitch charts for 14 count aida cloth, and instructions for finishing with fabric sides and back.

Size Specifications:
4" x 5" (Cross stitch only)
6" x 7" (Finished size with fabric border)

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"Connecticut River" Collection - Pattern #'s XS10, XS11, XS12, & XS13 - This collection encompasses several styles popular during the 18th and 19th centuries in America – Colonial, Georgian and Federal. These styles, influenced by Europe, were orderly and symmetrical. They enjoyed a resurgence of popularity from 1890-1940 when the excesses of the Victorian style waned and a more orderly style was desired.
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"Connecticut River" Collection - Pattern # XS11 Includes:
1 x counted cross stitch chart for 14 count aida cloth.

Size Specifications:
Unframed: 9-3/4” x 7-1/4”
Framed: 17” x 14-1/2” (With frame and mat as shown)


Price: $6.50
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"Connecticut River" Collection - Pattern #'s XS10, XS11, XS12, & XS13 - This collection encompasses several styles popular during the 18th and 19th centuries in America – Colonial, Georgian and Federal. These styles, influenced by Europe, were orderly and symmetrical. They enjoyed a resurgence of popularity from 1890-1940 when the excesses of the Victorian style waned and a more orderly style was desired.
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"Connecticut River" Collection - Pattern # XS12 Includes:
1 x counted cross stitch chart for 14 count aida cloth.

Size Specifications:
Unframed: 8-1/2” x 7-3/4”
Framed: 15-3/4” x 15-1/4” (With frame and mat as shown)


Price: $6.50
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"Connecticut River" Collection - Pattern #'s XS10, XS11, XS12, & XS13 - This collection encompasses several styles popular during the 18th and 19th centuries in America – Colonial, Georgian and Federal. These styles, influenced by Europe, were orderly and symmetrical. They enjoyed a resurgence of popularity from 1890-1940 when the excesses of the Victorian style waned and a more orderly style was desired.
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"Connecticut River" Collection - Pattern # XS13 Includes:
1 x counted cross stitch chart for 14 count aida cloth.

Size Specifications:
Unframed: 10-3/4” x 8-1/4”
Framed: 18-1/4” x 15-3/4” (With frame and mat as shown)

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"Home Sweet Home" - Pattern # XS20
This confectionary Second Empire Victorian house is located on the corner of Main Street and Pleasant Avenue in Dreamville, USA.  It’s just waiting for you to come in, windup the Victrola, and sip a relaxing cup of tea while reclining on the fainting couch in the parlor.  Then reality hits – “what do you mean you’re tired of leftovers!”  I told you it was DREAMville, USA.

"Home Sweet Home" - Pattern # XS20 - This confectionary Second Empire Victorian house is located on the corner of Main Street and Pleasant Avenue in Dreamville, USA. It’s just waiting for you to come in, windup the Victrola, and sip a relaxing cup of tea while reclining on the fainting couch in the parlor. Then reality hits – “what do you mean you’re tired of leftovers!” I told you it was DREAMville, USA.
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"Home Sweet Home" - Pattern # XS20 Includes:
1 x Counted cross stitch chart for 14 count aida cloth.

Size Specifications:
Unframed: 7-1/2" x 11"
Framed: 13" x 16-1/2" (With frame and mat as shown)

Price: $6.50
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“Cape Victoria” Collection - Pattern #,s XS30, XS31, XS32, & XS33
There are several styles of architecture commonly referred to as “Victorian.” One of my favorites is the Second Empire style, which was popular between 1855-1885. This French-inspired style has the Mansard (concave and/or convex) roofline, decorative slate roof tiles, cast-iron crests along the roof ridge, and a cast-iron finial topping off the tower roof. All these elements blend into a delicious concoction!

“Cape Victoria” Collection - Pattern #,s XS30, XS31, XS32, & XS33 - There are several styles of architecture commonly referred to as “Victorian.” One of my favorites is the Second Empire style, which was popular between 1855-1885. This French-inspired style has the Mansard (concave and/or convex) roofline, decorative slate roof tiles, cast-iron crests along the roof ridge, and a cast-iron finial topping off the tower roof. All these elements blend into a delicious concoction!
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“Cape Victoria” Collection - Pattern # XS30 Includes:
1 x  Counted cross stitch chart for 14 count aida cloth.

Size Specifications:
Unframed: 5-1/2” x 7-1/2”
Framed: 12-1/4” x 14-1/4” (With frame and mat as shown)

Price: $6.50 (USD)
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“Cape Victoria” Collection - Pattern #,s XS30, XS31, XS32, & XS33 - There are several styles of architecture commonly referred to as “Victorian.” One of my favorites is the Second Empire style, which was popular between 1855-1885. This French-inspired style has the Mansard (concave and/or convex) roofline, decorative slate roof tiles, cast-iron crests along the roof ridge, and a cast-iron finial topping off the tower roof. All these elements blend into a delicious concoction!
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“Cape Victoria” Collection - Pattern # XS31 Includes:
1 x  Counted cross stitch chart for 14 count aida cloth.

Size Specifications:
Unframed: 5-1/2” x 7-1/2”
Framed: 12-1/4” x 14-1/4” (With frame and mat as shown)

Price: $6.50 (USD)
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“Cape Victoria” Collection - Pattern #,s XS30, XS31, XS32, & XS33 - There are several styles of architecture commonly referred to as “Victorian.” One of my favorites is the Second Empire style, which was popular between 1855-1885. This French-inspired style has the Mansard (concave and/or convex) roofline, decorative slate roof tiles, cast-iron crests along the roof ridge, and a cast-iron finial topping off the tower roof. All these elements blend into a delicious concoction!
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“Cape Victoria” Collection - Pattern # XS32 Includes:
1 x  Counted cross stitch chart for 14 count aida cloth.

Size Specifications:
Unframed: 5-1/2” x 7-1/2”
Framed: 12-1/4” x 14-1/4” (With frame and mat as shown)

Price: $6.50 (USD)
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“Cape Victoria” Collection - Pattern #,s XS30, XS31, XS32, & XS33 - There are several styles of architecture commonly referred to as “Victorian.” One of my favorites is the Second Empire style, which was popular between 1855-1885. This French-inspired style has the Mansard (concave and/or convex) roofline, decorative slate roof tiles, cast-iron crests along the roof ridge, and a cast-iron finial topping off the tower roof. All these elements blend into a delicious concoction!
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“Cape Victoria” Collection - Pattern # XS33 Includes:
1 x  Counted cross stitch chart for 14 count aida cloth.

Size Specifications:
Unframed: 5-1/2” x 7-1/2”
Framed: 12-1/4” x 14-1/4” (With frame and mat as shown)

Price: $6.50 (USD)
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"Queen's Choice" Collection - Pattern # XS40
Queen Anne is one of several architectural styles referred to as “Victorian.” It was all the rage in America from 1870-1910. In fact, it was the first architectural style America could claim as its own. Many an old Colonial house was retrofitted with Queen Anne elements to be “in style.” The Queen Anne lacks symmetry and order as was the previous norm. The elements of the Queen Anne are towers with conical roofs, steep gables, sweeping verandahs and little niches. Absolutely anything goes – nothing boring about this treasure!

"Queens Choice" Collection - Pattern # XS40  - Queen Anne is one of several architectural styles referred to as “Victorian.” It was all the rage in America from 1870-1910. In fact, it was the first architectural style America could claim as its own. Many an old Colonial house was retrofitted with Queen Anne elements to be “in style.” The Queen Anne lacks symmetry and order as was the previous norm. The elements of the Queen Anne are towers with conical roofs, steep gables, sweeping verandahs and little niches. Absolutely anything goes – nothing boring about this treasure!
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“Queen's Choice” Collection - Pattern # XS40 Includes:
1 x  Counted cross stitch chart for 14 count aida cloth.

Size Specifications:
Unframed: 8-1/4” x 9-1/4"
Framed: 15-1/4" x 16-1/4" (With frame and mat as shown)

Price: $6.50 (USD)
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