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Winter Cardinal Sampler Thread Pack: Five Spool Cards of Ellana Thread for Counted Cross Stitch
Maryland Blue Crab Counted Cross Stitch Kit: Chesapeake Bay Treasures Series Number 01
Winter Cardinal Sampler Kit: A Contemporary Wool Cross Stitch Sampler Set
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Flaminghouls Printed Chart & Spool Card Set: Cross Stitch Chart and 20 yard GlaMore spool card
Stitching Love and Kindness: 14 Needlework Projects in Cross Stitch, Punch Needle Embroidery, and Sewing for Valentine's Day and Beyond
Sampler Stitching: Notebook for Keeping Track of My Sampler Stitching & Other Historic Needlework Projects
Ellana Thread Pack: 18 Spool Set of 12 wt Merino Wool Blend Thread for the Ballhache Counted Cross Stitch Sampler Adaptation
Flamingo Skeleton Stitching Pin Accessory: Decorative Flaminghoul Pin for Cross Stitch Finishes or Pincushion Bling
Metallic Silver 12 Weight Thread: Single Spool Card of GlaMore Thread for Counted Cross Stitch
Digital Download: Pumpkin Pie Spice Sampler Counted Cross Stitch Pattern by Ardith Design
Digital Download: Tundra Swans Counted Cross Stitch Chart: Chesapeake Bay Treasure Series
Digital Download Seahorses Counted Cross Stitch Chart: Chesapeake Bay Treasures Series Number 05
All sales from this chart until the end of 2021 will be donated to the Hmong Cultural Center of Butte County.
No New Worlds
This pattern was developed in conjunction with the 400th anniversary of the 2020 Mayflower voyage. It is a gentle reminder that the Americas were inhabited by millions of indigenous peoples.
Stop The Xenophobic Rhetoric
We stand against violence and hate speech towards the AAPI community.
Check out my brand new notebook, Charting My Needle Art Legacy: A Guided Needlework Journal and Inventory Notebook for My Heirloom Stitching Pieces After I Pass Away.
This is a very special notebook I created for needleworkers. This guided journal seeks to aid needleworkers in sharing the highs and lows of their needle art journey. I have heard cross stitchers discuss their pieces in several different ways ranging from a “small quick stitch” to a “treasured heirloom” piece. That got me thinking, what will happen to my stitching when I am gone. Hence this guided journal.