Aida cloth is an open weave, even-weave fabric traditionally used for cross-stitch embroidery. This cotton fabric has a natural grid that facilitates cross-stitching and enough natural stiffness that the crafter does not need to use an embroidery hoop.
[From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia]
It actually has a name! Who else has been call it "cross stitch cloth" for as long as you know?
YA, who would have known. LOL... I'm now more determined ever to get my jargons correct.
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