Recent Cross Stitches | Geeky Little Stitcher Club

Recent Cross Stitches | Geeky Little Stitcher Club

Recent Cross Stitches | Geeky Little Stitcher Club

I’ve written about the Geeky Little Stitcher subscription box before, but I just wanted to share some of the recent projects that I have completed. I’ve been really enjoying sitting on evenings stitching up cute characters with Netflix on in the background and a candle burning away. I think that my stitching has improved greatly since I got these kits so I’m looking into branching out into slightly more complicated patterns or even my own designs.

Recent Cross Stitches | Geeky Little Stitcher Club Recent Cross Stitches | Geeky Little Stitcher Club Recent Cross Stitches | Geeky Little Stitcher Club Recent Cross Stitches | Geeky Little Stitcher Club

Apparently you’re meant to start cross stitches from the middle of the pattern. I’ve been starting from the bottom which has been working for me even if it’s wrong.

Recent Cross Stitches | Geeky Little Stitcher Club

The Fries Before Guys pattern included lots of back-stitch so it was fun to do a new technique. I thought this would take ages but it really didn’t.

If you want to get your stitch on, check out the Jess’ shop on Etsy to join the club, buy a mini kit or design your own!

Recent Cross Stitches | Geeky Little Stitcher Club

This is my current WIP. Can you tell what it is yet?

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6 thoughts on “Recent Cross Stitches | Geeky Little Stitcher Club”

  1. These are so cute, I think I’m going to sign up for this box as I really enjoy cross stitch but started something massive and just never finished. I love the idea of a monthly design and the ones you’ve done so far are really sweet.

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  2. Isn’t it strange how people tell you there is a “right” way to cross stitch? I don’t really get why people start in the middle, I’ve always found that working in top-down (and occasionally bottom-up) is the simplest way. Maybe I’m crazy craft-ignorant and I’m missing a huge part of the puzzle. But, stitch how you want to stitch!

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