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The Snow Leopard

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  • Product #: 3835
  • Designer: June Payne Hart
  • Company: The Gold Collection
  • Size: 19" x 19"
  • Fabric: 28-count tea-dyed Monaco
  • Category: Finished
  • Start Date: 09.28.2008
  • Finish Date: 05.09.2009
  • Last Updated: 01.21.2010
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8 Responses to “The Snow Leopard”

  1. June Rahman says:

    Can you tell me if I do it on 14 count aida material what size will it come out to be and what is recamended with for a boarder is Thank you

    June Rahman email address again is haroldjunerahman@centurytel.net

  2. Cindy says:

    Using 14 count Aida, the size should still be 19″ x 19″. You will need 3-6 inches extra on all sides for framing.

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