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7 Alternative Cross Stitch Christmas Decorations From 7 Awesome Small Business'

Hannah Braniff

Tags christmas cross stitch, cross stitch, gift guide

7 Alternative Cross Stitch Christmas Decorations From 7 Awesome Small Business'

As the title may suggest this is a mini gift guide to 7 alternative cross stitch Christmas decorations that I have come across on Etsy and Instagram from 7 awesome small business'.


How To Cross Stitch Your Star Sign Hoop

Hannah Paige

Tags how to cross stitch, video tutorial

How To Cross Stitch Your Star Sign Hoop

In this video I show you how to stitch your Star Sign Cross Stich Kit.


How To Make A Cross Stitch Christmas Card

Hannah Braniff

How To Make A Cross Stitch Christmas Card

In this post I will be taking you through the steps to make your very own cross stitch Christmas card.


How To Personalise Your Drawstring Bag

Hannah Braniff

Tags how to personalise your drawstring bag

How To Personalise Your Drawstring Bag

In this video I show you how to stitch a name/personalisation onto your drawstring bag. I will be using my bag as a Christmas advent bag to put a new book in each day over the Christmas season. They also work well as Halloween Trick Or Treat bags, and of course to hold all your cross stitch and craft supplies. You will need: A bag to stitch onto (if you need to buy one, we sell 4 colours) A pencil A water erasable marker Embroidery thread An embroidery needle An embroidery hoop To start, you need to write out the...


The Top 6 Things Needed For Cross Stitch

Hannah Braniff

Tags cross stitch, how to cross stitch, materials

The Top 6 Things Needed For Cross Stitch

1. Fabric The fabric used for cross stitch is usually aida or Evenweave/linen (these two come in the same counts but are made of different materials; Evenweave is cotton and modal and obviously linen is linen). These fabrics are perfect for cross stitch because they are weaved evenly so that there are small squares with holes on each corner for you to make your "X" over. They each come in different "counts" and the higher the count the smaller your stitches will be and so the smaller your overall design will be. The count is the amount of holes per...