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Post by Addie Ott » Sat, 22 Jul 2006 02:54:05



I recently ordered a kit for a Chatelaine mystery design.  It is only
available through European Crosstitch Company www.europeanxs.com (Cindy
Ward, Tennessee) and I can't tell you how pleased I am with the
packaging.  All of the flosses are full skeins in Floss Away bags on a
ring. The beads are in individual labeled vials.  The whole shebang were
fanned out in a larger plastic bag and wrapped in ribbon with a
personalized business card attached thanking me.  It wasn't cheap being
all silks but then it would have cost even more to buy everything
separately.  And being in Canada a nice touch was that the customs form
said it was a gift - I was certainly pleased with it!  :)
 
 
 

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Post by Felice Fries » Sat, 22 Jul 2006 05:06:42



Quote:
>I recently ordered a kit for a Chatelaine mystery design.  It is only
>available through European Crosstitch Company www.europeanxs.com (Cindy
>Ward, Tennessee) and I can't tell you how pleased I am with the packaging.
>All of the flosses are full skeins in Floss Away bags on a ring. The beads
>are in individual labeled vials.  The whole shebang were fanned out in a
>larger plastic bag and wrapped in ribbon with a personalized business card
>attached thanking me.  It wasn't cheap being all silks but then it would
>have cost even more to buy everything separately.  And being in Canada a
>nice touch was that the customs form said it was a gift - I was certainly
>pleased with it!  :)

And here's another rave about European XS. I was stunned by the materials
and the packaging for my Chatelaine project. Very impressive.

Addie, I've just started Chatelaine's Japanese Octagon Box and it's my first
(but probably not my last) Martina Weber design. I don't know where she's
been hiding all my stitching life! Which Mystery are you doing? Have you
done others designs of Martina's?

Felice

 
 
 

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Post by Addie Ott » Sat, 22 Jul 2006 05:30:07


Quote:



>> I recently ordered a kit for a Chatelaine mystery design.  It is only
>> available through European Crosstitch Company www.europeanxs.com (Cindy
>> Ward, Tennessee) and I can't tell you how pleased I am with the packaging.
>> All of the flosses are full skeins in Floss Away bags on a ring. The beads
>> are in individual labeled vials.  The whole shebang were fanned out in a
>> larger plastic bag and wrapped in ribbon with a personalized business card
>> attached thanking me.  It wasn't cheap being all silks but then it would
>> have cost even more to buy everything separately.  And being in Canada a
>> nice touch was that the customs form said it was a gift - I was certainly
>> pleased with it!  :)

> And here's another rave about European XS. I was stunned by the materials
> and the packaging for my Chatelaine project. Very impressive.

> Addie, I've just started Chatelaine's Japanese Octagon Box and it's my first
> (but probably not my last) Martina Weber design. I don't know where she's
> been hiding all my stitching life! Which Mystery are you doing? Have you
> done others designs of Martina's?

> Felice

Felice,

I am doing the Midi II Mystery: Baroque times.  I am still eying (that
spelling looks really weird!) the Japanese Octagon Box though...  This
is my first Chatelaine as well and I'm sure it won't be my last either...

Addie

 
 
 

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Post by Cheryl Isaa » Sun, 23 Jul 2006 02:45:14



Quote:


>> I recently ordered a kit for a Chatelaine mystery design.  It is only
>> available through European Crosstitch Company www.europeanxs.com (Cindy
>> Ward, Tennessee) and I can't tell you how pleased I am with the
>> packaging.  All of the flosses are full skeins in Floss Away bags on a
>> ring. The beads are in individual labeled vials.  The whole shebang were
>> fanned out in a larger plastic bag and wrapped in ribbon with a
>> personalized business card attached thanking me.  It wasn't cheap being
>> all silks but then it would have cost even more to buy everything
>> separately.  And being in Canada a nice touch was that the customs form
>> said it was a gift - I was certainly pleased with it!  :)

> And look at this awesome ladybug design!

> http://europeanxs.com/cgi-bin/general.pl?dessins-

> hey, Cheryl!

> Sue

ENABLER!

Cheryl

(who will post later about hitting 2 LNS's in 2 days)

 
 
 

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Post by lewme » Sun, 23 Jul 2006 03:41:23


Quote:

> Cheryl

> (who will post later about hitting 2 LNS's in 2 days)

So was the SEX good?
 
 
 

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Post by F.James Cripwe » Sun, 23 Jul 2006 05:09:47


Quote:

>> Cheryl

>> (who will post later about hitting 2 LNS's in 2 days)

> So was the SEX good?

     PLEASE will you spell this S.E.X., with the periods.
 
 
 

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Post by lewme » Sun, 23 Jul 2006 05:22:14


Quote:
>      PLEASE will you spell this S.E.X., with the periods.

My apologies.  I was in a hurry.
 
 
 

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Post by Cheryl Isaa » Sun, 23 Jul 2006 05:45:48


On 7/21/06 2:41 PM, in article

Quote:

>> Cheryl

>> (who will post later about hitting 2 LNS's in 2 days)

> So was the SEX good?

You bet!