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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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Rosemary Dunn Moeller wrote in to say how much she appreciates art inspired by SN stories, including the cross-stitched diagram of twin primes featured on another Feedback page (SN: 1/11/14, p.
Since then, the Cardiff Craftivists have sewn "Free Pussy Riot" at sessions in a local bar and placed mini cross-stitched protest banners across the city.
The billboard is ostensibly American, but it really belongs to that supranational agora of branding: Hovering over the grim reality on the ground, it is seemingly above borders, above politics, existing in some sphere that is cross-stitched with dissipating jet contrails and the green blur of currency flows.
Nash, of the 30th Medical Group, Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif., has cross-stitched for almost 20 years.
In this stole, both figure and background are cross-stitched on fine linen with 27 threads per inch, making over 250,000 stitches on the stole.
Prices range from $65 to $1,200, and items include cross-stitched tops, high-waisted patchwork and classic A-line skirts, tie-waist pants, princess dresses and custom-crafted beaded jewelry, The process: customers select items from the store's array of samples, then the owners take their measurements and whip up garments that fit perfectly.