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We are now accepting orders
Although many items are out of stock currently, we are working around the clock to get all your favorite Apple Barrel, Bucilla, Delta, FolkArt, and Mod Podge items back in stock as soon as we can! 

Our goal is to ship orders as quickly as possible; however, we are experiencing some delays in processing and shipping orders at this time. All orders will be shipped ground by FedEx SmartPost only, and a tracking number will be provided when your order ships.

We appreciate your understanding and continued support of Plaid products. If you have any questions, please contact us.


Are Bucilla Baby items easy to stitch?
Yes, most of the Bucilla Baby ensembles have the design stamped on them. This makes stitching easier than traditional counted cross-stitch.
Do Bucilla Baby kits come with everything I need to complete the project?
Yes, Bucilla Baby kits include cotton embroidery floss, needle and simple to follow instructions and diagrams.
Do I need a hoop in order to stitch Bucilla Baby project?
No, a hoop is not required to stitch Bucilla Baby projects, although using a hoop for stamped designs will help to keep the fabric taunt and the stitches uniform.
How do I wash the ink out of my Bucilla Baby project once I finish stitching?
Hand or machine wash your Bucilla Baby project on a gentle cycle with mild soap and cold water, DO NOT use bleach. Dry flat or machine dry using a low heat setting. Do not wash until your project has been completely stitched or stamped.
Should I wash the fabric on my Bucilla Baby project before starting to stitch?
No. The design on your Bucilla Baby project has been stamped on the fabric with a wash-out ink.
What stitches do I need to know in order to complete my Bucilla Baby project?
Cross-stitch and simple embroidery stitches are used in Bucilla Baby kits. Each kit includes easy-to-follow instructions and diagrams to complete the project.
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