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Thread Kit - Handblessings by Eileen Gurak - Steel Rose

Price: $7.95 - $14.94

Handblessings by Eileen Gurak created this beautiful Steel Rose silhouette for Just Cross Stitch magazine's February 2020 30-31

Eileen's rose is a classic--she chose to use a hand-dyed blue fabric and Treenway Silks' palest "Stainless Steel" 65 Roses Color.  But you could stitch this in golds for a 50th anniversary gift, or in school colors for a graduation gift--it's so versatile!

The design size is 7-3/8" x 3-5/8" when stitched on 14 count Aida "over one"  (stitch count 103H x 51W).  The stitches used are cross stich (no back stitch!).

We've put together a thread kit...if you don't have the JCS February 2020 issue in your library, you can order your kit with the magazine.

Each thread kit includes one 10-yard skeins of Harmony (6-strand silk floss) in the following colors, all hand-dyed in Colorado

    65 Roses* color "Stainless Steel"

*"65 roses" is how young children with cystic fibrosis often pronounce the name of their disease. We donate 10% of all 65 Roses sales to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, in honor of Andrea's angels, to help find a cure.  Thank you for supporting this cause with your purchase of this kit.

10 yards total

Harmony—100% Spun Silk—6 strand floss

--equivalent in size and twist to cotton embroidery floss
--each of the individual 6 strands is a 2-ply thread for pleasurable stitching
--Harmony silk thread can easily be divided or “stranded”

Hand-dyed in Colorado--color fast. We use acid dyes with heat and then rinse until water runs clear.
Wash in tepid or slightly warm water.

The silk is from the Bombyx mori silk worm, often referred to as "mulberry" silk.

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