Opinion of Bucilla Kits? Or Design Works too?

I haven't posted here in many, many moons but I have been lurking.
I don't normally like to stitch from kits but I saw 'Lofty Living' from
Bucilla and 'Tiger of the Heavens' from Design Works in the Herrschners
catalogue.
What's the consensus these days on Bucilla kits? I seem to recall they
were not thought highly of. They don't use DMC do they? Or at least not
the DMC numbering.
What about Design Works? I don't think I'm familiar with them.
Thanks,
Gord
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I haven't bought a Bucilla kit in a while, mostly because I did NOT like the thread they used. I don't know what it was; it's certainly not DMC numbered, but neither are the Dimensions kits. But the Bucilla stuff tangled, broke, etc. They may have improved, I don't know. Kits are too expensive for me to pick one up just to see, after my disappointment with them in the past.
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I used to know a snake trainer who trained [at least] one of his sdnakes to rest around his hips as if he was a belt ,,, only when he sat in the bus , the `belt` would move up to his shoulders , ,,, quite a sight i promise you ,,,,,, he could do it boarding a plane ,,, mirjam
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I used to know a snake trainer who trained [at least] one of his sdnakes to rest around his hips as if he was a belt ,,, only when he sat in the bus , the `belt` would move up to his shoulders , ,,, quite a sight i promise you ,,,,,, he could do it boarding a plane ,,, mirjam Gord
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