One fun thing about cross stitch is that sometimes it inspires art that occurs without actual stitching. This is one case such as that. Over at Once Upon Her Dream blog, learn how to use simple markers and canvas to
Just in time for Easter, Five Little Chefs Blog has added a fun project that kids can complete, but adults will enjoy as well. Using yarn,Easter egg plastic canvas shapes, and varying sized cross-stitches, this project is colorful and fun.
Snap Spot blog features photo apps and today they featured an app that turns photos into cross stitch patterns. Non stitchers can use this app to create a cool filter, but those who stitch can import photos or clip art
The ladies over at Meet.Make.Laugh shared how to make Cross-Stitch Elbow Patches recently and when I saw it I had to make sure you saw it too. It is such a cool way to enhance a sweater. Check out the
Over at My Poppet, Cinti shares how she took a curbside find and transforms it with cross stitch. It’s no longer a plain Jane chair – it’s a regal seating space! Check out Cinti’s project.
Jeanne at the Byrd’s Nest blog has been at it again. She’s found some more great apps for the iPad that are helpful for stitchers. Hop over to her blog and check them out. Check out the apps.
Check out this cool video from Grace Pageant titled “Girl With No Bones.” Why am I talking about a music video on a cross-stitch blog? This video incorporates cross-stitch and other crafty items in a very visual way. And, the
Purchased from an indoor marketplace in St Paul, Minnesota, with a lot of shops run by Hmong-Americans, this jacket dress is a lovely example of Hmong stitchery. The red, purple, and orange panels down the center are cross stitch. Visit
If you have ever wanted to turn your stitching into a cushion and weren’t sure how to do it, over at Tangled Threads blog, she’s got a great tutorial. Plus, I just love the project she uses as an example,