99 - Cross Stitch Pattern
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from United States on 02/01/2019 - Cant Wait to start
I have been wanting this pattern for a while now. The pattern is clear and easy to read. As the song goes 99 bottles.... etc
from United States on 08/04/2016 - I haven't started this pattern jet.
from United States on 02/29/2016 - Fun pattern
I am stitching this as a "Bar-warming" gift for a friend who is finishing his basement as a bar. He also brews his own beer. This is a perfect piece for him. It stitches up quickly and the different bottles are easily identifiable. I can't wait to see his reaction when it's done. I plan on putting the list of beers on the back of the piece so that all of his guests can have fun trying to identify as many of the "99" as they can. What fun!
from United States on 12/03/2015 - Great pattern!
This pattern is a wonderful combination of impressive to look at but easy to stitch. Most of the bottles are less that 200 stitches. Each one is like a tiny finish. I'm doing this on gingerbread Belfast by picture this plus instead of the recommended ale fabric. It's turning out beautifully. The pattern itself is very easy to read and I love the reference sheet on the different beers.
from United States on 11/19/2015 - Car Trip Songs
I haven't begun stitching this great piece yet. It reminds me of the songs that were sung on long car trips when I was a kid and that my own children sang when they were small. Both grown now, my younger son considers himself a beer aficionado and this seemed the perfect gift for his bachelor pad NEXT Christmas!
from United States on 07/08/2015 - WOW
This is so CUTE ! The picture doesn't do it justice.
from United States on 01/03/2015 - Fun pattern
I love this pattern so much! It's so fun to look up each beer and see what it looks like. The bottles go quickly and are fun to make and I dare you to stitch it and not sing the song in your head.
from United States on 08/01/2014 - Much better in person
A friend did this piece and I'm doing it for my son. The bottles all represent a real beer and it includes a key that identifies each bottle.
from United States on 07/26/2014 - Great pattern!
This was the perfect piece for the "beer snob" in my family. The pattern is clearly written and easy to follow. Despite it's very intricate appearance, it stitches up easily. I'm very pleased and will order from 123Stitch again. Customer service was great as were the products!
from United States on 02/15/2014 - Love this!!!
I am loving this pattern. I love how the designer has mixed up the bottles to create something visually pleasing. I also am enjoying seeing where all of the different beers are from. Doing this for my son who is an amateur craft beer brewer.... Hoping to have it done for his 30th birthday the end of April!!!!
from United States on 10/11/2013 - Fun and easy to stitch
I'm cross stitching this for my brother who is a beer gourmet. The pattern is nice and easy to read. The colors are bright and I'm really enjoying it. An additional plus is the index of what all the beers are.
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