Welcome to Cross Stitcher’s new blog! This is a first for me, and what better way to start, than to tell you what’s been happening in the Cross Stitcher office. We’ve been working hard to bring you some fab, new designs that we’re sure you’ll love as much as we do. We’re already working on our October issue,and this year is our best-ever! I won’t spoil the surprise for you just yet, but lets just say you’re in for a real treat!
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Hello, and welcome to our new website. We’re really excited about what we’ll be able to do, and how we can keep in touch with you. We’ll keep you up-to-date with what’s going on in the magazine office, the stitching we’re doing, and the projects coming up in the next issues. You’ll also find details of how to get in touch with us if you want to show us your stitching, ask Zoe a technical question, or send us a letter, and a list of our old issues and any special offers.
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We’re so excited about our August issue, which is on sale now – it’s bursting with fantastic designs. And this month’s cover kit is really special too – it’s an exclusive Margaret Sherry book, with all the best charts from your favourite designer, plus never-seen-before artwork and a ‘meet Margaret’ interview. There’s also a chance to win a signed print!
And also on the cover this month, you can’t miss our gorgeous stitching fairy – it’s the prettiest summer design you’ll find. There’s also an idyllic Cornish scene from Lilliput Lane, a dazzling kingfisher by Maria Diaz using metallics, and a peaceful seaside design from artist Geoff Butterworth.
If you fancy a quick-stitch you’ll love our selection of Egyptian motifs, and the three designs for mobile phone holders make great gifts.