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Parrot 1 - JFP


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BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Charts are all set to 18 Count Aida Fabric, However, You May Use Any Fabric Size of Your Choice. Please remember though that changing the size and count of your fabric to be used with any chart, will always change the total finished design area size! SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 300 x 225 - 16.65" x 12.50" - 100 Colors

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  • You will need to provide your own 18 Ct. Aida Fabric and DMC Floss (Amounts included within each Pattern, Including Color Palettes and Stitch Count Pages). These are charts only, NOT kits!

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