Native American Designs in Cross-Stitch

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Native American Designs in Cross-Stitch

Book title: Native American Designs in Cross-Stitch

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Author: Frankye Jones

Book Description:
Presents 28 cross-stitch patterns translated from authentic designs of the great Indian tribes of North America, accompanied by historical notes and a Cherokee alphabet sampler. Charts, photographs and directions are provided.

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