Crafts

Chestnut's Beeswax Wraps 3-pack

$19.99
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An alternative to plastic wrap! Beeswax is food-safe and has been used as a method of preservation for generations. Chestnut's Beeswax Wraps are perfect for covering leftover food, kids' lunches, potluck dishes, bread loaves, hiking snacks, travel soap & toothbrushes and so much more! Each sample pack includes three (3) sizes (small, medium and large). These wraps will last 6 months- 1 year with care. The VIRGINIUS line was inspired by the cotton mill ruins on Virginius Island in Harpers Ferry National Historical Park and are crafted by hand with 1800s period reproduction cotton fabrics. Made locally in Harpers Ferry, West Virginia.  *PLEASE NOTE* Wraps are shipped randomly, however if you'd like a particular color let us know in the checkout comments and we will do our best to accomadate your request! 

Christmas Train Cross Stitch Ornament

$16.00
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Inspired by The Polar Express, finished size 4 1/2"x4 1/2" on 18 count Charles Craft fabric. Designed by Barbara Bangser for The Posy Collectio. Backing fabric, fill, and cording NOT included. Made in the USA.

Lincoln Bookmark

$12.00
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Counted cross stitch kit, finished size 13" by 3 1/2" on 18 count Charles Craft fabric. Designed by Barbara Bangser for The Posy Collection. Made in the USA.

Map Making Kit You Can Learn

$13.99
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Cartography is the art and science of map making. Some of the earliest preserved maps were found on stone tablets dating back some 4300 years ago in Babylon. Through the ages, maps have been the best way for explorers to document where they have been so they can find their way in the future.This basic kit contains everything you need to draw your own map of any location, inside or outdoors. Includes two pieces of paper to draw on, a pencil, a compass, a cotton bag to hold materials, a piece of jute to tie rolled map closed, a small ruler card, and easy to follow instructions.

Rag Doll Kit

$13.99
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Enjoy making your very own historic "pancake style" historical rag doll.