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The Snow Queen; Mirabilia Designs; Fabric:
6518 Twilight Blue Linen 32ct Or Alt Fabric: 355180 Twilight Blue Aida 16ct

Mill Hill Beads: (# of pkgs) 02038 (1), 02082 (1), 10014 (1), 10046(3), 10061MH(1), 10116 (1), 16606 (1), 18824 (1), 72010 (1), 72051 (1)

Mill Hill Treasures:
13051 (1), 13057 (5)

Caron Waterlilies:
CWL197 (2), CWL254 (2)

Kreinik #4 Braid:
009 (B983 / B1983), 032 (B985 / B1985)

See Mirabilia Embellishment Pack:MD143E

**Approximate design size 18.375" w x 15.188 h**


Blue Monday -
Adapted from artwork of Marina Cantlon.; The Posy Collection; Kit includes: Fabric, floss, needle, instructions and color photo of finished project.

For many years, Low Country artist Marina Cantlon has been portraying the Gullah people of South Carolina and Georgia and their cultural heritage through her dolls, cards, and paintings. All of her characters are based on actual personas, and each has its own unique personality. Blue Monday reminds us of both the traditional laundry day and the blue agent used to whiten the clothes in days gone by.; 3.25" x 8"; Aida; 14ct


Sutro Baths; The Posy Collection; Kit includes: fabric, floss,needle, chart, instructions and color photo of finished project.

Billed as "the largest salt water natatorium in the world," the Sutro Baths opened to the public in 1896. Featuring six salt water pools with water at different temperatures, as well as a spring-fed fresh water pool, all enclosed beneath a three-acre roof of glass panels, the complex also boasted more than 500 dressing rooms, a concert hall, a museum, seating for 8,000 spectators, and, for a time, an ice skating rink. Constructed next to the Cliff House, this comprehensive amusement facility was the brainchild of Adolph Sutro, an immigrant from Prussia and one-time mayor of San Francisco. His dream was create a site that would provide affordable and wholesome activity for the people of nearby San Francisco. The pools were closed in 1953, and the entire structure was destroyed by fire in 1966. Today, Cliff House visitors can see the Sutro Baths ruins and imagine the excitement experienced by adults and children alike, years ago.; 7" x 4.5"; Aida; 18ct