cross stitch

cross stitch

Silent Sunday

Comments

  1. Omg how neat? And tiny??

  2. I really must learn to cross stitch, I love to sew but cross stitch just looks so satisfying. I think this calls for a trip to the library!

  3. Oooo, it makes me want to get out the cross-stitch I gave up on when T was born! Great photo! x

  4. Oh God I havent crossed stitched for years…Not sure my eyes could take it now, lol!

  5. I keep thinking I should try cross-stitching again … I used to love it in primary school!

  6. Lovely! I haven’t done any cross stitch in years, I really must start again.

  7. Really inspiring. I have far too many cross stitch projects to do. It’s so lovely to see them coming together, isn’t it? x

  8. ha! I wonder what the daily mail would say about that? ๐Ÿ™‚

  9. I think I was replying to your tweet about this d’oh! it’s very lovely though ๐Ÿ™‚

  10. Oh i loved cross stitch at school.

    Can’t wait till Tabitha is old enough for me to re try all these forgotten crafts.

  11. I love the look of them, but they drive me insane. In typical fashion I chose the biggest one in the blooming shop. Has taken me 8 years so far. Hahaha!

  12. Thank you! I can’t wait for it to be finished and framed.

  13. Hahahaha. Social acceptable ignoring?

  14. I love them, but this one has been on hiatus since 2002. Shaming admission. I am determined to finish it this year!

  15. You’d be amazing at it, I bet. I am so slooooow.

  16. I can definintely feel myself peering in a myopic fashion when I’m sewing. Such a good look.

  17. Ah, well, I started this in 2002 when I had two children! There’s always time.

  18. There is something very satisfying about it – it doesn’t suit my haphazard nature, but I see it as a bit of a challenge.

  19. Serial killer stuff. Hahaha. x

  20. Hello lovely! An age ago, I did a cross-stitch with my Grandma. She still displays it to this day. What a lovely memory you’ve given me today! ๐Ÿ˜‰

    Karin