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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Members also sold their own cross-stitch to help raise the cash.
Patricelli wove florist wire through the cross-stitch backing so the material would hold a shape.
For those who have never tried embroidery before, a free cross-stitch workshop will be held on October 7 from 10am to 4pm in the gallery.
Visitors could see examples of cross-stitch, crewel work, hardanger technique and Ruskin Lace made by members.
Sitting beside the prints and original scenes of Wales for which he is renowned, is a series of cross-stitch kits taken from his drawings.
But Rosie is really in stitches now - in a cross-stitch kit designed and marketed by the Posy Collection.
Last Christmas I got a cross-stitch set in the shape of a moggy.
Posy Lough's The Posy Collection, which provides counted cross-stitch graphs of historical sites and scenes, has released a new cross-stitch kit depicting the female Shoshone scout who in 1804-05 helped explorers Lewis and Clark find the source of the Mississippi River and open the Oregon Territory to exploration.
Now you can create customized greeting cards, T-shirts, stickers, cross-stitch sewing patterns, coloring books and much more.
The store has an eclectic mix of gifts, furniture, antiques, home decor, quilts, fabric and one-of-a-kind home and decorating items plus a full-service quilt and cross-stitch shop with a large classroom for quilting classes.
Fifty stallholders will be selling goods ranging from painted glass and cross-stitch items to wood-turned goods and pottery.
TWO artists combined their love of canals with their cross-stitch expertise to produce designs on display at Braunston Stop House throughout this month.
Are there male parts to cross-stitch also, like I'd bother to waste my time
I think they'll be happy with their presents,'' said the youngster, who spent his allowance on a cross-stitch pattern for his mom and a musical dreidel for his sister.