Hello Fall 14ct Seasonal Aida Bundle

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Get into the cosy spirit of the season with this Hello Fall seasonal aida bundle. You can whip up fun projects with an autumnal vibe with this pack of 3 colours of 14 count printed cross stitch aida.

This digitally printed aida is of the highest quality and has the pattern and colour on one side and is white on the other. The colour is printed deep within the fabric, making the colours vibrant and durable. 

You will receive one piece each of:

  • Autumn Leaves
  • Pumpkin Spice
  • Cream

Choose from small or large pieces - the small measures 10" x 10" (25cm x 25cm) and the large measures 10" x 15" (25cm x 37.5cm).

The small print

Aida is provided folded. Any creases picked up in transit can be easily removed with a quick iron upon receipt. Please note the manufacturer advises that no detergent is used on this fabric.

Capturing the true colour of the aida I sell is basically the bane of my existence. Trying to photograph anything in Scotland is a weather-based crapshoot at best and everyone's computer screen or phone resolutions are also different, so some small variances are to be expected!

To keep this to a minimum, I take images in as close to natural light as possible, with minimal editing to try to reflect the true colour, shade and vibrancy of the fabric as possible. If you feel something has been massively and intentionally misrepresented, please just get in touch - I'm only human after all. 
My business genuinely exists only to make your cross stitch dreams come true, so I appreciate you letting me know, so we can work on a solution together, if you have any queries.

If you're in any doubt about shade, tone, depth of colour, please just ask for more photos or details. I am also happy to lend my opinion on what fabric might work best for your project - just ask! As an avid cross stitcher myself, I am more than happy to help you make your projects the best they can be.

Hello Fall pattern adapted from a chart by @hmcrossstitch.