Craftways® Spring Cross Bookmarks 14-ct Plastic Canvas Kit
Item 023858
Accent your Easter table or give these quick-to-make counted cross-stitch crosses as gifts. Plastic Canvas kit includes 14-ct. plastic canvas, pre-sorted cotton floss, thread palette, and needle. 4" (10.2cm) H. Imported.
Was: CAD 22.94
Now: CAD 17.54
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Customer Reviews

Average Rating:

(based on 4 reviews)

January 14, 2017
"I have been looking for crosses for bookmarks these are beautiful and cannot wait to start them!"
By Bonnie Armer
Florence, OR
January 13, 2017
"Love the first one and will make several of these"
By Marleen
Vancouver, WA
July 13, 2016
"These are beautiful! It's hard to find a kit with just crosses. I'm using them as Christmas ornaments. I can't wait to get them started."
By Narie Sheldrake
Bethlehem, PA
April 20, 2016
"Very pretty. Never did 14 count plastic canvas before and at first I didn't like it but now I love it. Making them as gifts. One is going to a friend who does quite a bit for her church and is going through hard times health wise with her family. Also making one for my husband to give to the priest at his church. Instead of braids the floss to attach, I'm gonna try some thin ribbon. "