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    Enjoy this week's free pattern Friday.

  • Christmas in July Sale!

    It's time for a Christmas in July sale!  If you head over to the Leisure Arts website and check out their sale on Christmas items, you can really get into the Christmas spirit without entering a crowded store blaring "The Little Drummer Boy" over loudspeakers and straight into your brain.  The coupon code "JulyChristmas" will take 25% off of some great Christmas patterns and craft books.  I was looking through some of the books on sale and now I'm full of festive ideas.

    And naturally, I have to talk about them.

    Are you a cross stitch person?  Look at these cross stitch stockings from Donna Kooler's Ultimate Stocking Collection!  The designs remind me of something out a children's storybook.  I love how cheerful they look.

    Then there are these knitted stocking patterns from the Stocking Trio epattern. Look at that stripey one!  It's really pretty, but looks simple enough that I can delude myself into thinking I could make it!  I tend to get a bit over-ambitious with my Christmas crafting ideas.  Whatever.  There's still time.

    If you'd rather crochet a Christmas stocking, that's cool too because there's Crochet Christmas Stockings.  I love all the different types of stocking patterns that this book has.

    Because, you guys?  I could write a whole post about this carrot stocking.  Why do you need a carrot stocking?  Does this make it acceptable to keep your Christmas decorations out until Easter?  Could this double as baby bunting?  Do I need any more reasons to convince myself to crochet this?  Because I'm really feeling it.  It even has roots!

    If you're looking for even more amazing crochet designs, then there's the pattern for Crocheted Thread Snowball ornaments.  I think these are stunning.  

    There are also these crocheted angels.  My Mamaw made us a few of them, and I kind of "borrowed" one for my Christmas tree after I got married.  These are my very favorite tree toppers.  They're so beautiful and make such wonderful heirlooms.

    If a more modern look is your thing, then Jolly Stuff looks pretty good.  I don't know when owl crafts are going to be played out, but I hope it's not any time soon because I think they're really cute. I think "jolly" is a sorely underused term for happy holiday things.  

     

    Okay.  I kind of don't want to talk about this one because then my mom will know about it.  But maybe she already does.  Look Mom, here's some Christmas quilt patterns!  I have a copy of Christmas Sparkle if you want to look at it (and I'm pretty sure you do).  These designs are incredibly lovely. 

    And to my dad, or anyone else who is not ready for the most festive of seasons: sorry. 

    To everyone else: the sale ends July 31, so you may as well get crazy while you can.  It's the most wonderful time of the year!

  • Learn to Crochet: Crochet Cross Stitch

    I tried to crochet the Crisscross dishcloth from Dishcloths one time.  It's the bright green one:

    It didn't go that well.  But I think I'll try again this weekend.  It's a cute pattern, and I'd like to master the art of crocheting the cross stitch. I like dishcloths for trying out new stitches because it gives me plenty of opportunity to practice new techniques and the project is quick enough to keep me from getting tired of it.  I'll definitely be trying out the cross stitch technique on this pattern.  I like the look of it, and I want to know more about this weird, crisscrossed stitch.

    Maybe I didn't watch this video enough times for my last attempt to be successful.  It helps me to watch a video tutorial 3 or 4 times before trying a new stitch, and then watching the video a few more times while I'm trying the new stitch.  I tend to go through a lot of trial and error(s) whenever I try something new, but once I understand something it tends to stick in my brain after that.

    Even if I wasn't motivated to make an ungodly number of dishcloths, I still think I'd want to learn how to do the crochet cross stitch.  This is just icing on the motivation cake.  I know that didn't make much sense.  I'm sorry, but I'm a little distracted.  And if you'll excuse me, I have a video to go watch.

    Over and over again.

  • What’s New at Leisure Arts?

    Thought I’d share a little update about what we’ve been up to at Leisure Arts…Check it out:
    The New Knook Beginner Set & More!
    So much has been happening here at Leisure Arts that it seems like the month of September has just flown by. Our newest Knook set has just hit the warehouse, and we’re thrilled! It’s perfect for kids or anyone who’d like to knit with a big crochet hook!
    Plus our Pin To Win Leisure Arts Duct Tape Creativity Giveaway is well underway! Don’t miss your chance to win our Duct Tape Prize Package featuring 35 rolls of Duck brand duct tape, all three of our duct tape pattern books, and your very own Trust E. Duck! Hurry, the Giveaway ends September 30! Read more…
    eBook Fans! Check out the most recent downloadable eBooks that we’ve added to our eBooks & ePatterns category.
    And Deals…Our Duct Tape BOGO promotion is still going on till October 31, and we’re also offering 10% off on everything Plastic Canvas on LeisureArts.com!
    For more bargains, browse all the different skill categories in our Current Promotions list. For more info about what’s happening at Leisure Arts, our Facebook page and Everyday Life at Leisure daily blog always have the latest news, so bookmark those sites and visit often.
    Editor's Corner:
    Just Released—The Knook Beginner Set For Kids!
    You’re gonna want our new Knook Beginner Set for Kids even if you don’t have any kids! It comes with 2 sizes of (plastic not wooden) Knooks, 2 cords, a clip, 2 yarn needles, and a pocket-size instruction book. If you’re a fan of bulky and super bulky yarns, you’re sure to love the Knook sizes we’ve included: L-8 mm in pink and M-9 mm in purple. Read more…


    Free Project: Knitting for a Cure Bookmark!
    Knit for someone in need with our free Knitting for a Cure Bookmark pattern. Pair this easy project with a book of devotions or a daily journal for a thoughtful gift, and if you love this project, specifically designed for providing comfort to loved ones who are fighting breast cancer, you’ll find it and more in our Knitting for a Cure pattern book by designer Kay Meadors—featuring 18 designs to knit and share! Knitting for a Cure is also available as an eBook for you download enthusiasts!
    New Cooking Guides In the Spotlight!
    The holidays are quickly approaching, and Leisure Arts has the recipes you need for delicious entertaining! Four newly published, laminated food guides: Candy, Cookies, Cupcakes, and Cooking Basics — each one folds out accordion-style into 12 pages. They’ll make perfect gifts for the experienced cook, the pretty confident cook, the beginning cook, and the wannabe-cook. And are they handy? Yes! Each guide is approximately 8-1/2 inches tall x 4-1/2 inches wide — the perfect size to take in your purse when you go grocery shopping.
    Cooking Basics
    This reference guide is full of useful kitchen tips and information that every cook will want to keep handy—offering up all those little details like information on measuring, equivalent measurements, cooking terms, substitutions, and food storage tips for the pantry and refrigerator plus basic guidelines on how to boil an egg and cook rice or pasta. There’s an eBook, too! Read more…
    Candy
    Try your hand at homemade candy with the help of this little guide! It includes candy-making tips plus recipes for Peanut Butter Fudge, Strawberry Divinity, Almond Rocha, Gumdrops, Glass Candy, Microwave Peanut Brittle, Millionaire Fudge, Old-Fashioned Mints, Marshmallows, and Chocolate-Covered Cherries. There’s an eBook, too! Read more…
    Cupcakes
    Discover how easy it is to create homemade cupcakes using prepared cake mix thanks to this reference guide! Recipes include Gingerbread Cupcakes, Double Chocolate Cupcakes, Sour Cream Cupcakes with Creamy White Chocolate Frosting, Snowball Cupcakes, Chocolate Angel Food Cupcakes, Ice-Cream Cone Cupcakes, Spicy Carrot Cupcakes, Toasted Coconut-Rum Cupcakes, and Santa Cupcakes. There’s an eBook, too! Read more…
    Cookies
    This guide features the best of both worlds—traditional family favorites and fun party treats. Recipes include Santa Cookies, Peanut Butter Cookies, Snickerdoodles, Pecan Crispies, Mom's Sugar Cookies, White Chocolate Macadamia Cookies, Old-Fashioned Gingersnaps, Favorite Chocolate Chip Cookies, Mocha-Almond Cookies, Blarney Stones, and Chocolate Malted Cookies. There’s an eBook, too! Read more…
    See photos on our blog... (Everyday Life at Leisure might just be giving away copies of these cool little cookbooks!)
    Current Promotions
    Be sure to check on current promotions at LeisureArts.com as new promotions will be added on a regular basis. Below are a few we are currently running.

    Duct Tape BOGO—Celebrate Halloween with duct tape! Buy our print or eBook Stick or Treat (filled with Halloween costumes, pumpkins, and more) and get the corresponding print or eBook Go Crazy with Duct Tape—free! Offer good Now through October 31!

    • Stock your pattern library with our 10% off all Plastic Canvas products promotion from now through October 10!


    • All of our Mary Engelbreit products on sale at 50% off the original retail price.

    • We have select products marked at 40% off the original retail price in the following categories: Crochet, Cross Stitch, Knitting, Painting, Paper Crafting, Quilting and Sewing.

    • Select how-to DVD Products on sale at up to 50% off the original retail price!

    Clearance Products: These products have been placed on clearance and greatly discounted from the original retail price.

  • Halloween, Duct Tape, & More — Sept. 12 Leisure Arts Newsletter

    The weather’s been a little cooler here in Arkansas lately—and we’re very grateful! Could it be that Autumn’s on its way? Is it time to start thinking about Halloween with a great BOGO deal on our Halloween-themed Stick or Treat duct tape pattern book or maybe just about all the fun you can have with duct tape by playing Pin to Win with us?
    Pin To Win Leisure Arts Duct Tape Creativity Giveaway
    To inspire that duct tape fun, we'd like to invite you to participate in our Pin To Win Leisure Arts Duct Tape Creativity Giveaway—running September 10-September 30! We’re thrilled to announce that we will award a Duct Tape Prize Package to one Grand-Prize Winner of our Pin to Win Duct Tape Creativity Giveaway. Read more…
    Good news for download fans! We’re still adding more downloadable eBooks to our LeisureArts.com site. Check out a few of our just released titles:
    And Deals…We’ve offering 10% off on everything Cross Stitch on LeisureArts.com!
    For more bargains, browse all the different skill categories in our Current Promotions list. For more info about what’s happening at Leisure Arts, our Facebook page and Everyday Life at Leisure daily blog always have the latest news, so bookmark those sites and visit often.
    Housekeeping Reminder!
    Have you updated your subscription to the Leisure Arts Newsletter lately? Please update your subscription preferences! Let us know what categories you’re interested in (knit, crochet, cross stitch…), so that we can better share the info that you’re interested in. Simply select your interest categories and update your preferences. We’ll give you a Free Download of Celebrating Cookies (normally $7.48) just for updating, and if you select the crochet interest area, you’ll begin receiving our special Free Pattern Friday Newsletter for crocheters! (And knitters, there might just be something new for you coming in October!)
    Editor's Corner:
    Just Released—Decorate with Burlap!
    Whether your home is cottage chic or traditional, the natural look of burlap adds casual style that's both modern and relaxed. This inspiring book from the O'Neil Sisters (Jennifer and Kitty) shows just how easy and versatile decorating with burlap can be. Decorate with Burlap is also available to download digitally! Read more…

    See photos on our blog... (Everyday Life at Leisure's got a copy of the book to give away!)
    September Free Project!
    Our very own duct tape diva, Leisure Arts designer Patti Wallenfang's offering up a free project in a special guest post on Everyday Life at Leisure to help you get in the Halloween spirit — Duct Tape Frankenfingers! She's also sharing a peek at some of her fave projects from her just released Halloween duct tape pattern book — Stick or Treat! The Stick or Treat eBook is also now available!

    New Quilt Releases In the Spotlight:
    Hey Quilters! The spotlight in this issue is just for you! We’re taking a peek at the three newest additions to the Leisure Arts Best of Fons & Porter quilt pattern book series. Meet the designers—Marianne Fons and Liz Porter have been working together for more than 30 years. From teaching quilting classes in the 1970s and 80s, they went on to host the No. 1 quilting show on public television and establish the popular magazine, Fons & Porter's Love of Quilting. They also operate a quilt shop in Winterset, Iowa, and a web site, www.fonsandporter.com. Now, check out their new quilt pattern books:

    Best of Fons & Porter: Tips and Techniques
    The editors of Fons & Porter's Love of Quilting magazine share 225 tips and Sew Easy lessons to make quilting easier and more accurate. Also included are 13 quilt projects that use the skills covered in the lessons. Read more…
    See photos on our blog...
    Best of Fons & Porter: Fun Quilts for Kids
    This fun collection of quilts that kids will love compiles 27 of the best quilts from Fons & Porter’s Love of Quilting magazine. Designs feature themes on space, cowboys, penguins, charming flowers, fairies, vibrant geometrics, and more. And more fun still...this book includes a great design for Halloween—Black Cats Prowling! Read more…
    See photos on our blog...

    Best of Fons & Porter: Star Quilts
    Star quilts are one of the most popular patterns with quilters, and the sky's the limit when it comes to the variety of star patterns that can be found. Quilts in this book from the editors of Fons & Porter's Love of Quilting magazine and its special editions include a spectacular Mariner's Compass, a beloved Lone Star, a unique slanted star, and a variety of other traditional Star patterns for all skill levels. Read more…
    See photos on our blog...

    Current Promotions
    Be sure to check on current promotions at LeisureArts.com as new promotions will be added on a regular basis. Below are a few we are currently running.
    Duct Tape BOGO—Celebrate Halloween with duct tape! Buy our print or eBook Stick or Treat (filled with Halloween costumes, pumpkins, and more) and get the corresponding print or eBook Go Crazy with Duct Tape—free! Offer good Now through October 31!
    • Stock your Cross Stitch library with our 10% off all Cross Stitch products promotion from now through September 26!
    • All of our Mary Engelbreit products on sale at 50% off the original retail price.
    • We have select products marked at 40% off the original retail price in the following categories: Crochet, Cross Stitch, Knitting, Painting, Paper Crafting, Quilting and Sewing.
    • Select how-to DVD Products on sale at up to 50% off the original retail price!
    Clearance Products: These products have been placed on clearance and greatly discounted from the original retail price.
  • Tips For Cross Stitch Project Cleaning

    Country Nasturtium

    Congratulate me! I dug out some unfinished cross stitch projects the other day and finished them! Only to be faced with the dreaded smudges and stains...they’re the bane of a cross stitcher’s existence! There’s nothing quite like the satisfaction you feel when a cross stitch project is complete. Unfortunately, the feeling of satisfaction can quickly diminish when you discover smudges and stains all over your fabric. Obviously, the best thing you can do is prevent smudging and staining from happening to begin with by using these simple tips for cross stitch cleanliness:

    1. Wash your hands frequently while stitching to keep body oils from staining the fabric.
    2. Wash your hoop occasionally with soap and water to remove dirt and debris.
    3. Be sure to remove the hoop when you’re not stitching, so your fabric won’t become soiled with hoop marks.
    4. Reposition the hoop each time you begin working to avoid handling the fabric in the same spot over and over.
    5. Store your project in a bag or basket when you’re not working to protect it from dust and spills.

    The Woods Behind My House
    Sometimes, even with the utmost care (which I neglected), a stitched piece becomes stained or soiled. Don’t worry! Here’s a list of tips to help you clean your project:

    1. Soak the cross stitch piece for a few minutes in a solution of cold water and a small amount of mild detergent, baby shampoo, or dishwashing liquid.
    2. Gently rub the spots with the tips of your fingers. If a spot is stubborn, rub it with a corner of the fabric to help loosen the dirt.
    3. Rinse the project several times in clear water.
    4. Roll the piece between two clean towels and squeeze gently without wringing. Don’t let any part of the piece come in contact with itself.
    5. Lay the project face down and iron it until it’s completely dry. Never let a project dry while folded or in a heap because wrinkles will become virtually impossible to remove.

    A Tale of Three Fish
    There are some precautions to keep in mind. Don’t use protective spray finish on any cross stitch project because it may cause a chemical reaction with the thread dyes. You may also want to avoid having your projects dry cleaned. If a certain fabric requires dry cleaning, you should advise the dry cleaner that a reaction may occur between the thread dyes and the chemicals. 

    Most projects can be saved by following these simple cross stitch tips, but since there aren’t any guarantees, it’s always best to practice prevention.

    Do you have any good cross stitch tips to share?

    {FYI—All of the cross stitch designs that I was finishing up came from The Best of Kooler Design Studio: Cross Stitch. Pretty, pretty projects!}
  • Patriotic Cross Stitch Digital Download Patterns!

    Looking for a patriotic cross stitch pattern to work on while you celebrate the 4th of July? I’ve found some great cross stitch ePatterns (digital download patterns) on LeisureArts.com.
    Take a peek:
    Show how proud you are to be an American with this spirited, flag-waving sampler. The design was cross stitched over two fabric threads on Tea-Dyed Irish Linen (28 count) and custom framed. The stitched wording says, “America, In God We Trust, Our Country, Our Destiny” and includes the alphabet and numbers.
    Show how proud you are to be an American! Remember those who fought to keep our flag flying with this patriotic cross stitch digital download featuring American military men from 1776, 1812, 1848, 1861, and 1900. Our design was cross stitched over two fabric threads on Antique White Lugana (25 count) and custom framed.
    Show off Baby's true colors with this star-studded bib digital download. The patriotic pleaser is a snap to whip up in three all-American colors. The design was cross stitched on the 14 count insert of a denim bib. ALTERNATE PROJECT IDEA: Stitch the design on a length of any evenweave fabric and attach to a tote bag, a lunch box, or other item. If stitching on white fabric, substitute red or blue floss for white backstitching.
    Salute the broad stripes and bright stars of Old Glory by stitching our patriotic cross stitch digital download. It's great for Independence Day or during an election year. The design was cross stitched over two fabric threads on Dirty Dublin Linen (28 count) and custom framed.
    Black fabric provides a dramatic background for this stately eagle, a proud symbol of our American heritage. The regal bird makes a fitting accent for your home on patriotic holidays -- or let your national spirit shine by displaying it all year through. The digital download was cross stitched on black Aida (16 count) and custom framed.
    Show your patriotism or support our military with this charming flag-themed cross stitch digital download. It will make the perfect addition to your July 4th decorations, too. This design was cross stitched over two fabric threads on Antique White Lugana (25 count) and custom framed.
    These patriotic cross stitch pattern are inspiring me to pull out the needle and floss for the 4th of July! I love download patterns ’cause they’re affordable, portable, have no shipping fees, and you can get started stitching almost immediately! What more could you ask for!
  • Downloadable Easter Cross Stitch Patterns

    Need some inspiration to get you started on your Easter cross stitching? Check out these downloadable Easter-themed cross stitch patterns from Leisure Arts! They’re all on sale for $1.00 each!

    Easter Sampler Cross Stitch Pattern
    Especially for Easter, our sampler features the inspirational words of John 3:16. Decorative stitches and beads add to its simple beauty. This design was cross stitched over two fabric threads on Cream Belfast Linen (32 count) and custom framed. The stitched wording says, “For God so loved the world that He gave His only Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting Life.”

    Easter Jar Lids Cross Stitch Patterns
    A jar of treats topped with one of our Easter motifs is a sweet way to say “Happy Easter.” Stitched in spring colors, the fun collection is sure to bring a bit of sunshine to a friend’s day. The designs were cross stitched on Antique White Aida (14 count) and inserted in large mouth jar lids.

    Easter Bunny Cross Stitch Pattern
    Celebrate Easter by stitching this charming bunny design. It’s sure to become a treasured family heirloom in your holiday home. Our design was cross stitched over two fabric threads on a 20" x 14" piece Antique White Lugana (25 count) and custom framed.

    Happy Easter Pockets Cross Stitch Patterns
    Fresh-faced children and amiable bunnies lend an old-fashioned air to lovely little bags. Filled with colored “grass” and candy treats, these delightful hanging pockets are a wonderful way to spread a little “hoppiness” this Easter. The designs were cross stitched on White Aida (14 count) and made into hanging pockets. Instructions included for sewing the pockets with cording at the top edge and ribbon hangers.

    Ready for Easter Cross Stitch Pattern
    Embellished with a bunny, a basket of eggs, and a precious girl in a bonnet, this sweatshirt will have a special young lady ready for Easter! The delightful shirt will be just right to wear for an egg hunt. Our design was cross stitched on 12 mesh waste canvas on a purchased child’s sweatshirt.

    Download them now for only a $1.00 each and get busy stitching if you want to be done by Easter!

  • 10 Tips for Cross Stitchers

    As you can tell from the photo, my floss desperately needs organization, so I started looking through old articles filled with advice that cross stitch fans had shared with Leisure Arts over the years. As I searched for organization inspiration, I, instead, got pleasantly sidetracked by all sorts of great tips for cross stitchers:

    Tip 1: Stitching On Dark Fabric
    Recently I was preparing to stitch a design on black Aida cloth for my daughter. As it is very difficult to see the holes on this dark cloth, I was trying to think of a way to make it easier. I noticed that when the cloth was laid on a white table, I could see every hole. So I laid a piece of white cloth on my lap when I started to stitch, and it worked great. I can see every hole and it makes working on the dark cloth much more pleasurable.
    Pam from Texas

    Tip 2: Snip-It Christmas Ornament Idea
    I have a small basket where I put all the snippets of thread from my stitching. When Christmas comes, I stuff all the threads I’ve collected during the year into a clear glass ornament, paint the year on the ornament, and then hang it on the tree. It’s almost like a record of the year’s stitching. I have a new, one-of-a-kind ornament for the tree and a beautiful reminder of my stitching.
    Judy from Illinois

    Tip 3: Tea & Coffee-Stained Fabric
    I stitched a project on white Aida. When it was completed, I decided white was just not the right color. Rather than starting over, I decided to tea-stain it. It turned out perfectly! Since then, I’ve experimented with staining various cloths in tea and coffee. Slightly different shades can be produced, depending on the strength of the tea or coffee, the mixture used, and the soaking time.
    Kimberly from Texas

    Tip 4: Binding Fabric Edges
    To prevent Aida cloth from losing too many threads, I either use masking tape to bind the raw edges, or I sew the edges tight so the threads are secure.
    Anna from New Mexico

    Tip 5: Gallon-Size Bags
    In order to keep my projects clean and ready to stitch, I use a two-gallon size resealable plastic bag to store my material, pattern book, and smaller resealable plastic bags of the floss needed for that project.
    Dawn from Iowa

    Tip 6: Floss Scraps For The Birds
    I keep a small tin can with a lid nearby for collecting scrap pieces of thread when I’m doing any form of needlework. Around the beginning of spring, I sprinkle the remnants of thread by the front porch and wait for the birds to carry them away to use in their new nests. It’s great to see the variety of colored thread, especially the filaments, in the nests.
    Brenda from Texas

    Tip 7: French Knot Replacements
    I have trouble making French knots, so I use tiny glass beads for eyes or anywhere it calls for a French knot. The beads add a little extra touch to your finished item.
    Carole from Pennsylvania

    Tip 8: Threading Multiple Needles
    When I am stitching a project that uses ten to twelve different colors, I thread up ten to twelve needles and keep them loaded. It takes me two minutes to thread, unthread, re-file that color, and thread a new color if I am using only one needle. I may change colors twenty to twenty-five times in one evening and that adds up to forty to fifty extra minutes that I can spend stitching.
    Sally from Florida

    Tip 9: Self-Stick Note Papers
    For an easy and inexpensive way to mark my place on any of my needlework patterns, I use removable self-stick note papers. They can easily be moved from line to line without leaving a mark on the pattern.
    Robyn from Connecticut

    Tip 10: Sewing With Mommy
    I try to find time to stitch each day. However, this can also mean satisfying the demands of a busy 2-1/2-year-old daughter who wants to sew like Mommy. To her delight and my relief, she can sew with her own “sewing bag” to hold her supplies. The bag contains lengths of yarn knotted at one end, large-eye plastic needles (they are blunt), plastic canvas cut into shapes, very large buttons, a tape measure, and child-safe plastic scissors. Sewing with Mommy is becoming a special time for the two of us, and I am able to foster an early love of needlework in my daughter.
    Cynthia from Virginia

    Do you have any cool cross stitch tips you’d like to share? Looking for more info? Check out Donna Kooler’s Encyclopedia of Needlework. It’s the authoritative guide to all things needlepoint, embroidery, and counted thread work (like cross stitch)!

  • New Cross Stitch Books!

    Leisure Arts added 7 new cross stitch books to the website. Thought I’d just do a quick overview for you in case you might need to add them to your pattern library:

    Fresh Approach adapted by Mary Ellen Yanich
    These classic White Dorkings and Scotch Greys (chickens!!!) are meant to be cross stitched on 28 count linen over two fabric threads and custom framed. They’d be a lovely addition to your country kitchen or dining room.

    Fresh Picked by Heather King
    More kitchen décor! I love these eight veggie designs to cross stitch, including carrots, mushrooms, beets, tomatoes, asparagus, onions, broccoli, and corn. (I may need these for my kitchen…)

    Special Bibs for Special Babies by Ursula Michael
    Bunnies and bears, fruit and veggies, plus two alphabets for personalization make these 14 designs to cross stitch for baby simply irresistible!

    Alphabets for Baby by Linda Gillum for Kooler Design Studio
    Imagine being able to say what you want to say in cross stitch with these 15 baby-themed alphabets!

    The Lord Is My Shepherd by Holly DeFount for Kooler Design Studio
    This beloved inspirational cross stitch design can be stitched on 25 count Lugana over two fabric threads and custom framed. What a beautiful gift it would make for someone special!

    Christmas Jar Toppers by Linda Gillum & Barbara Baatz for Kooler Design Studio
    Speaking of gifts…it’s never too early to get started on your Christmas cross stitching, and these 14 jar lid designs are just perfect for making a simple present truly personal. Make a few ahead for when you need a last-minute gift!

    101 Ornaments for Christmas by Kooler Design Studio
    Christmas ornaments are the perfect cross stitch projects to work on year-round ’cause you can carry them anywhere with you. Make bunches of them to give away during the holidays!

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