I’ve been wanting to make a needlebook for a long time, and it’s only fitting I end up making a cross stitch needlebook in the end. After all, I use my needles primarily for cross stitch! There are MANY ways to make a needlebook though. So this tutorial is only gonna cover one specific book… Read More Cross Stitch Needlebook – Storing your Needles in Style
I’ve only done cross stitch on wood a handful of times, but every time I do I get tons of questions as to where I got the canvas, what it’s like, what tips do I have, etc. So today we’ll be going over what I know about it. I by no means am an expert… Read More Cross Stitch on Wood : Working with Wooden Canvas
Here’s a question I (used to) see a lot. Can you cross stitch / do embroidery on a plane? Well the answer varies incredibly. It varies from country to country, of course. But also from airline to airline, and airport to airport! Generally speaking, though: Within the US, yes. Probably. Internationally, results may vary. Disclaimer:… Read More Can You Cross Stitch on a Plane? How to Check Airline Regulations
Some of you find this article because you simply want to know if CXC floss is good enough to stitch with. But others may stumble across this never having heard of CXC brand floss and are wondering what I’m even talking about. Which is fair as it’s still not readily available in most cross stitch… Read More CXC Floss and Other Chinese Brands: How do They Compare to DMC?
Here’s a topic that’s I’ve seen brought up quite a bit lately: Thread conditioner. What is it, should you use it, and HOW do you use it anyway? For decades cross stitchers and embroidery artists alike have used a silicone-based substance called Thread Heaven to coat their threads while working. Plus the dozens of other… Read More Thread Conditioner: Should you use it for Embroidery & Cross Stitch?