Cross stitch kit from Panna featuring 7 travel themed designs: a bus, bike with tent, sunny island, car with suitcase, lighthouse, cruise ship, sailing ship, and globe with landmarks! This kit contains presorted thread in 28 colors, magnet with adhesive layer, no colour fabric, needle, colour chart,... Read more
"Sometimes your journey will take you off of your path. It's all a part of the same trip." Kit includes: Mill Hill glass beads, 28 Ct. linen fabric, floss, needles, and chart with instructions. Finished size: 7" x 7".
"Happiness is a way of travel, not a destination!" Kit includes pre-sewn sleeve of 16 Ct. Aida, decorator fabrics, and rick rack, DMC floss, tapestry needle, and pattern. Shown with an "On the Spot" pillow form (sold separately). Finished size: 9" x 12". Prints and fabric may vary.
This package contains 14 count color Zweigart Aida fabric, Safil wool/acrylic threads in fifteen colors, one needle, one color chart and instructions. Design: Tram Route. Finished size: 11 3/4" x 8 1/4".
Cross stitch kit featuring a vintage American truck and motorcycle, next to a hardware store on Route 66! This package contains 14 count Aida, 100% cotton embroidery floss, needle, fully illustrated chart, and instructions. Finished Size: 14x20 inches
Cross stitch kit featuring a vintage car with Christmas tree and diner!
Kit contains 14-count Aida, 100% cotton embroidery floss, beads, needle and fully-illustrated chart and instructions. Finished Size: 14x20 inches.
Cross stitch kit from Riolis featuring a van on a road trip around hot air balloons!
Kit contains Zweigart 14ct. white AIDA, woolen/acrylic threads in 32 colors, chart and needle. Finished Size: 12.0" x 16.0". The manufacturer reserves the right to change the colors of materials in ... Read more
Celebrate the spirit of discovery with this sampler of key figures from the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Thomas Jefferson's Louisiana Purchase called upon those of undaunted courage to explore new wonders and chart the way for others who would follow. For nearly three years, the Corps of Discovery pr... Read more