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Hi everybody! It’s another Not Safe For Work Saturday where we bring you the sassier side of stitching! These are not for the faint of ..read more
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Cath Orain is an embroidery artist from Paris, France. “I started embroidering ten years ago; as with many artists, my intention was to ..read more
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Introduction The Embroidered Art of Chloe Giordano published by Search Press Without sounding too precious or in fact precocious, as the ..read more
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Grab some education – Textile Artist training Us here at Mr X Stitch are fully behind the guys at Textile Artist….so we wanted to share ..read more
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So all my creative wonders out there, I have demonstrated how various media can be incorporated into your cross stitch, from paints and ..read more
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Its that time of year again…the autumn shows, where we all walk in, forgetting that the money we are spending is actually real and not ..read more
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  Welcome back to another Goldworx! I took an unintentional blog break last month, super exciting projects and a pesky cold scuppered ..read more
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If you live in the part of the hemisphere where the nights are drawing in, there is no better time to start a project. Out of all the ..read more
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Somewhere in the maze that is Cairo’s market district, there’s a narrow lane winding between rows of tightly packed buildings, known as ..read more
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Big thanks to everyone who is a subscriber to our RSS feed. It’s a great way to get stitchy inspiration straight into your Inbox, and if ..read more

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