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Cross Stitch Favourites

Cross Stitch Favourites

Spring 2020

Make gorgeous Christmas cards, gifts and decorations for your home with this fantastic collection of festive charts. Inside you’ll find 216 designs for stitchers of all abilities, from absolute beginner to stitching pro! Get stitching: ❄ Over 150 quick and easy motifs ❄ Cards for everyone on your list! ❄ Must-stitch gifts and stocking fillers ❄ Beautiful home decorations ❄ Classic and contemporary charts ❄3 fantastic festive alphabets:

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United Kingdom
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English
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Immediate Media Company London Limited
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welcome

We're well-known for being a nation of animal-lovers, and whether you fill your home with pets or appreciate wildlife from afar, we're incredibly privileged to enjoy such a special relationship with an amazing array of creatures great and small. With this in mind, we're celebrating our furry and feathered friends with an impressive collection of animal-inspired charts that can be turned into super-stylish or adorably cute cards and gifts for all your springtime occasions. We've rounded up a collection of gorgeous charts from some of the UK’s best cross stitch designers. With quick and easy motifs for beginners, more technical makes for stitchers who are looking to grow their skills, as well as advanced projects for those who are after a challenge, you'll find the perfect project for everyone, whatever your…

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cross stitch favourites

MEET THE TEAM Editor Marie Parry Art editor Scott Purnell Technical editor Fiona Baker Charting editor Heather Nugent Charting assistant Hannah Erskine Cross stitch designers Joanna Aston, Jenny Barton, Susan Bates, Gail Bussi, Emma Congdon, Maria Diaz, Lucie Heaton, Lee Holland, Cheryl McKinnon, Debra Page, Faby Reilly, Carol Thornton Publisher Deborah Bradley Publishing director Kerry Lawrence Managing director Andy Marshall Group advertisement manager Laura Gibbs Brand sales executive Anna King Head of direct marketing Jacky Perales-Morris Direct sales manager Kevin Slaughter Production director Sarah Powell Production manager Rose Griffiths Ad designer Catherine Howlett Distribution Frontline Printed by William Gibbons…

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elephant parade

Shopping list Fabric 14-count white aida measuring 40x43cm (15¾ x17in) Threads Stranded cotton as listed in the key Needle Size 24 tapestry needle Extras Frame and mount of your choice with a minimum aperture of 23.5x27cm (9¼ x10¾ in) Stitcher’s guide Our elephant is stitched onto 14-count white aida, using 24 shades of cotton. The cross stitch is worked in two strands of thread and the backstitch in one strand. There are French knots in one strand of thread using four different colours, and this design contains fractionals, too. This design will suit experienced stitchers as well as intermediates who are ready for a challenge. How to stitch the elephant 1 Find the centre of your fabric by folding it in half horizontally and vertically. Follow the arrows on the chart to find its centre and start stitching here, working your way…

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bee happy

Shopping list Fabric 14-count white aida measuring 15x15cm (6x6in) for each card and 10x10cm, (4x4in) for each tag Threads Stranded cotton as listed in the key Needle Size 24 tapestry needle Extras Cardstock, backing papers and ribbon of your choice Stitcher’s guide Our springtime bees are stitched on 14-count white aida using just 11 different colours of thread. They contain whole cross stitch and backstitch only, so are ideal for stitchers of all abilities, including complete beginners. How to stitch the bee designs 1 Find the centre of your fabric by folding it in half horizontally and vertically. Follow the arrows on the chart to find its centre and start stitching here, working your way outwards. 2 Work the cross stitch using two strands of cotton. Eleven colours are used to create these designs, so check the key as you stitch to make…

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the must-have practical magazine for modern embroidery

Try 3 issues for just £3 WHEN YOU SUBSCRIBE TODAY In every issue: ✓ 10+ inspirational projects✓ Step-by-step stitch guides✓ Expert-led tutorials✓ Full-size templates✓ Exclusive embroidery gift 2 easy ways to subscribe ORDER ONLINE AT WWW.BUYSUBSCRIPTIONS.COM/LVEMHA OR CALL NOW ON 03330 165 408† AND QUOTE LVEMHA Order by 17th February to get the first issue † UK calls will cost the same as other standard fixed line numbers (starting 01 or 02) and are included as part of any inclusive or free minutes allowances (if offered by your phone tariff). Outside of free call packages call charges from mobile phones will cost between 3p and 55p per minute. Lines are open Mon to Fri 8am – 6pm and Sat 9am – 1pm for orders only. For Enquiries: Monday to Friday between the hours of 8.00am to 6:00pm. *…

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april showers

Shopping list Fabric 14-count white aida measuring 20x20cm (7¾x7¾in) for each design Threads Stranded cotton as listed in the key Needle Size 24 tapestry needle Extras 4in wooden embroidery hoops, white paint, felt for backing and ribbon of your choice Stitcher’s guide These designs are stitched onto 14-count aida and contain whole cross stitches, fractionals, backstitch and French knots. Intermediate stitchers will find them a breeze, while newbies looking to stretch their skills will enjoy learning fractionals and French knots. How to stitch the baby animals 1 Find the centre of your fabric by folding it in half horizontally and vertically. Follow the arrows on the chart to find its centre and start stitching here, in the centre of your fabric, working outwards. 2 Work the cross stitch using two strands of cotton. Where you see a tiny symbol on the chart, work…