cross-stitch


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two stitches forming a cross or X

embroidery done with pairs of stitches that cross each other

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I stitched them on a piece of Aida cross-stitch cloth that was about 3" x 4" so I had about a half-inch selvage edge to sew them together.
Image Credit: Image Credit: The artist's project in Abu Dhabi included Afghan carpet patterns Image Credit: Image Credit: Image Credit: Traditional cross-stitch patterns are interpreted into punched cards that translate them into music Image Credit: Image Credit: Zsanett Szirmay with her work Image Credit: By Archana R.
Pop culture translated into cross-stitch may be edgy, irreverent and funny.
I don't have any friends who cross-stitch and they are interested to know the craft.
Julie nWaterhouse has created a cross-stitch masterpiece of Robbie Williams
Illustrated with color photography throughout, Easy Cross-Stitch Cards & Tags is a hands-on craftbook of twenty-seven simple card and gift tag projects that can be made through cross-stitch on an inexpensive lattice.
Instead, Gerard wrote the kids a cheque for PS1000 and donated the cross-stitch creation, which is about 30in by 22in and which he was given by a fan.
STAR TREK CROSS-STITCH: EXPLORE STRANGE NEW WORLDS OF CRAFTING provides needleworkers with a fun collection of some thirty cross-stitch projects made by Star Trek fans and perfect for gift-giving ideas.
She won many Lane County Fair ribbons for her cross-stitch work.
A new kind of crafter in Wales is using embroidery, cross-stitch and applique to get their message across in this new wave of "craftivism".
Drafts of my poems languish beside unfinished cross-stitch.
HOUSE of Horrors killer Rose West has started a club in prison - teaching fellow inmates how to cross-stitch.
On every wall of the house - a bed and breakfast - are cross-stitch pictures, lovingly created but each carrying a concealed threat.
The group will be hearing from guest speaker Jean Baggott, a 72-year-old West Midlands woman who hit the headlines after creating an impressive cross-stitch tapestry, detailing the important events of her life.
A Rainbow of Stitches: Embroidery and Cross-Stitch Basics Plus More Than 1,000 Motifs and 80 Project Ideas offers stitchers from beginner to expert a survey of how to stitch, a project idea book, and a reference of motifs under one cover.