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The Nutmeg Company
Three Dimensional Cross Stitch Design
 
 

The Keepsake Collection

These pieces are designed to be both practical and useful. The larger trinket boxes vary between oblong, square, octagonal and circular shapes, and there are three smaller square designs and a fan-shaped one as well. Two vases and a trinket tray complete the range. The trinket boxes are lined with good quality 28-count evenweave fabric, carefully chosen to match the colours of the cross stitched design, and the lids are slightly padded, while the vases are lined with felt rather than evenweave. These kits contain stitching and lining fabrics, wadding, plastic canvas (ultra stiff for the square and rectangular designs for added strength), DMC threads, needle, charts and full instructions.

Poppy Box

Poppy Box

Poppies spread across a field of waving corn are a beautiful sight! This box is decorated with red poppies and stands 12.5 cms high and is 7cms square. It is lined with apricot coloured evenweave and has a green base, making a pair with the Dandelion Box.

A small donation to the Royal British Legion, celebrating its 100th anniversary this year, will be given with direct sales of this box.

7cm square and 12.5cm high

£21.95

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Flat rate £2.95 in total for orders for delivery in the UK and £5.95 in total for orders for delivery anywhere else in the world. However many items you order, this is the maximum postage you will pay.

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The Nutmeg Company
The Nutmeg Company
Unit 14, Reeth Dales Centre, Reeth, Nr. Richmond, Yorkshire DL11 6SP
Telephone: 01748 884926   Email: enquiries@3dcrossstitch.co.uk
The Nutmeg Gallery is normally open from 10am to 4pm (4:30pm in summer) Mon - Fri and 2pm to 4pm (4:30pm in summer) on Sat