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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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Stitch across the upper edge along the seam allowance line (1/2" to 5/8"); this stitching secures the pleats into position for cross-stitching.
Using three strands of floss in a contrasting color and following the gingham grid, work cross-stitching through the pleats.
And while the craze that is loom bands have caught the hearts (and hands) of kids and teenagers, cross-stitching captures all ages and gender.
Or why not revive that old flame with cross-stitching that probably started in high school Home Economics?
Rose plays the teacher as she is an expert at all forms of dressmaking and the difficult art of cross-stitching.
Evil West is said to be highly skilled at cross-stitching, an elaborate form of embroidery used to create pictures.
Cross-stitching is a form of embroidery -- decorating cloth with a needle and thread.
There's plenty of time to work on cross-stitching at Bagram.
FOR those with a leaning towards cross-stitching, there are a host of interesting patterns to have a stab at here.
Cross-stitching was the furthest thing from her mind.
His wife Pam enjoys running, working out at the gym, hiking, camping, cross-stitching and her family.
In Manila, majority of the cross-stitching designs are the typical angels, ladies, bears and fairies.
The Sheep Shack in Holden organized the first "Stitch N' Pitch," which gave fans of baseball and the five needle arts - knitting, crocheting, cross-stitching, embroidery and needlepoint - a chance to enjoy the two pastimes.
There were also stalls hosting a collection of cross-stitching, pictures, maps and water colours.