cross-stitching love



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  • v. Present participle of cross-stitch.


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  • One reason why the movie never seems boring despite the nearly four-hour running time is the elegant narrative cross-stitching, which is rarely noticed because of the clunky dialogue: “Oh, Moses, Moses, you stubborn, splendid, adorable fool.”

    Empire of Dreams

  • Some of her work uses bridal party photographs from the weddings she's attended; she transferred those black-and-white images onto cross-stitching fabric, censoring the eyes of all participants but herself.

    Stephanie Booth

  • A reformed professional librarian, she also owns several hamsters and has been known to engage in cheeky cross-stitching.

    The Consumerist: March 2009 Archives

  • Although, this weekend I didn't really do much cross-stitching at all.

    No, this is not my post

  • In the meantime, I've been spending my laughably few free moments cross-stitching, because, although I play a 34 year old mother of two small things, in reality I am a 70 year old gramma with a decent handle on pop culture.

    No, this is not my post

  • Cornelia followed the sound of her mother's voice to the sitting room where she was working on her latest piece of cross-stitching.


  • I gather there have been a couple of finds from the 14th century (some hose) where the seams are overstitched though it's the exception rather than the norm, and I don't think they used that kind of cross-stitching.

    Cover Art

  • We sat before him on the couch holding each other's hands behind a cushi on and we said yes to everything, yes to the cross-stitching attachment, yes to the five-year service contract.


  • But did you also know that I like cross-stitching and playing cards?

    The Good, The Bad and The Yummy?

  • Is cross-stitching really easier than needlepoint?

    Sunday Sweets: Gettin' Crafty


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