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Christmas stockingThis is for a Christmas stocking for my granddaughter. I did not get it completed for thisyear, but will have time to finish it for 2020. I did not like the acrylic thread intended for the white areas and the snowman. It did not lay down well. I replaced it with a nice white yarn. When using kits, I always extend around all sides about 6 rows. This allows a little more room for finishing off the stocking. I will be using a plaid fabric for the lining and velveteen for piping, back and hang loop.5Counted Cross Stitch Christmas StockingI am currently working on this project right now and hoping to have it completed by Christmas for my newest grandchild. Everything is exactly described and is on par with other counted cross stitch kits I have purchased in the past. I love the design on this stocking! I especially like the way the floss is presorted as this saved lots of prep time. The only thing I added was I punched holes on the opposite side of the card to keep the unused floss with the appropriate color until needed. Since I have not yet completed the entire project, the only problem will be if I have enough material to finish it. Of course, I won't know that for a while as there is a lot of stitching in a project of this size. If you plan to do a project like this yourself, be sure to allow plenty of time for completion. I also like purchasing kits like this through Amazon because I have a wide range of product selection and price range.5BeautifulThis was the quickest stocking I have made (9 done so far). It is primarily half stitches with 2-4 strands at a time.5It's a beautiful project but I obviously got distracted somewhere because my ...It's a beautiful project but I obviously got distracted somewhere because my stitches are off - I have decided to work with what I've done for the most part - minimal tearing out. I didn't finish in time for Christmas - but the new grandbaby is only 2 months old - so I figure it's OK. It is already looking adorable, and I'm about 60% through. The colors are great. I took another reviewers advice and punched a hole in the cardboard organizer to help keep it more organized.5Not enough materials!I bought this to make a stocking for my grandson. I also received another Dimensions stocking kit (Stack of Critters) from my Amazon wish list at the same time. The Stack of Critters was missing all of the white floss. I emailed Dimensions in June and was told it was back ordered. In November they said it was still back ordered but they would send me DMC floss "as a courtesy". It is February and I still do not have it (polar bears are the main feature in this one too). I went ahead and did Snow Friends. I am an expert cross stitcher and have made over 20 stockings so I was dismayed that I was short quite a bit on two of the colors as I was near the end of this project. I called Dimensions over 2 weeks ago and said they could forget the white from previous as it is easier to match but I needed the pale and light gray. They said white was on the way and the grays would arrive in a week to 10 days. NOTHING. So I am sitting with an unfinished project, that as many said was difficult. The grays that DMC sells are not even close and I would have to rip it all out to start again. This is very upsetting.UPDATE: After several months, I finally received the missing floss. I finished the project in time for Christmas. It is an easy project until you get to the polar bears and the shading is tricky--the flosses are all so close in color. It DID turn out beautiful and I am pleased with the finished result--just wish I had all of the materials to begin with.3Comes with blue stitching fabricI like the cute Santa on a scooter and the bright colors. I didn't like the light blue stitching fabric that was included. Much of the background is left unstitched. When hung next to my stockings on white backgrounds, this one looked pale and washed out. I ended up stitching in the entire background as the sky to make it look brighter. I would suggest substituting white cross stitch fabric if you're matching it with other stockings. Overall, the kit was fine. Plenty of thread, and the design was not too complicated to stitch.4Huge stocking but seemed cuteI m sure this would have been cute, but after spending over 24 collective hours and lots of stress I quit working on it. Started at the bottom and worked up. Got about 3 inches up and couldn t see straight anymore. The colors are so similar and aren t labeled. The comments I read made this seem like a manageable craft for my sons first Christmas. Wrong. It got so frustrating that I would dread starting up again. And the stocking was huge!! Wish I could have finished but I don t have the sanity, time, or eyeball ability to continue on :(3Gorgeous but possibly too tedious for beginnersDimensions makes terrific cross-stitch kits. This one (Snowman and Friends) is a beautiful design that uses a wide palette of colors and different stitches to give a lovely texture to the stocking. The good:* The threads are already organized by lot number, making it easy to separate the strands prior to starting.* The instructions are very clear, and the symbols are multicolored and easy to read.*Pretty much everything you need is included in the kit. Recommended is a thread holder of some sort that can accommodate 40+ different thread combinations.Caveats:* The included Aida cloth is very small. It says it s 18 count, but it seems smaller than that. This is part of what makes it such a beautiful stocking, but I could see it being frustrating for people who have a hard time seeing small things. I don t wear reading glasses, but I find I am needing some magnification for this project.* The differences in some colors are almost invisible to the naked eye. While this makes for an exceptionally pretty stocking, it s very hard to see where you are or if you ve made a mistake.*The thread that is used is not the typical DMC floss. It is beautiful thread, but it doesn t hold up well to pulling out if you make a mistake, and if you run out you have to order extra from Dimensions.*It s a pretty tedious working experience. In addition to having to be very careful about the colors, you have to be mindful of the different stitches; one, two, or three strands might be used in full or half stitches. In all, 47 different combinations of colors and stitches are used for the stocking.*In more detailed sections, such as the reindeer, squirrel, or basket of presents, the pattern rarely uses the same color of thread for more than four or five stitches. This means you have to constantly change threads. It helps if you pre-thread a bunch of needles and have something to store bits of threads.So, overall, great kit, stunning design, maybe too tedious for beginners.5Super Cute Snow Bears Stocking!I just finished stitching this stocking and it turned out adorable! It took me about 3 1/2 months working on it for about 2 hours, most days. The pattern is very easy to navigate. I had more than enough of all the colors except the light silvery blue that is used for the trees and snowflakes. The only thing that I didn't like about it was that the large white areas on top and bottom were marked to be half stitches using 4 strands of white. In the picture the white areas look very white and full. When I did it with half stitches it did not look this way. The Aida cloth it comes with is light blue and so doing the half stitches in white didn't fill it in all the way. The blue showed through a lot. So it just didn't look as full (like snow) as in the picture. So I took it out and used 3 strands of white and did cross stitches instead of half stitches and it looked much better! Yes, it was more work but it looked so much better, like it looks in the picture. It is a very, very cute stocking and it really wasn't that hard. It seems like the white areas are very time consuming but you don't have to switch colors often and its just straight white. So I put a movie on and just stitched. You hardly have to pay attention to it. The hardest part was the shadows under the bears because many of the colors are very close and you have to switch threads often. The white sections really weren't that bad. This was my first large project and it wasn't that bad.5... extremely cute for my daughter -- I was extremely happy. I'm not the most experienced/fastest stitcherThis turned out extremely cute for my daughter -- I was extremely happy. I'm not the most experienced/fastest stitcher, so it did take a long time to complete. I want my daughter to have this forever, so I didn't use the felt backing. I bought white flannel to line the inside and protect the back of the stitching, and used a red checked fabric (matches the pattern on the toe almost exactly) for the back. I also added a gold jingle bell to the braided hanging loop. It turned out beautiful.5
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