Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Small Business Spotlight - Bookish Cross Stitch and Embroidery Patterns!

It's been a while since I've done one of these, and so I thought I'd bring you some highlights of what I've been doing with my free time lately! Yes, I've been in a reading slump for a while. The good news is that I've taken up cross stitch and embroidery again, and found some amazing bookish goodies in the process! So here's some of the best I've found, to hopefully kindle a fire to make something of your own!

**Note that all pictures are the property of the store owners**


Hogwarts Cross Stitch Kit at Stitchering


I cannot be the only person who would absolutely love having this hanging in their home! Having purchased a kit from Stitchering before, although not this one, I can tell you that it has everything you need and more. Even if you're a novice to cross stitch, you'll quickly find that it's a lot of fun and REALLY addictive! Go ahead, squeal in delight, I won't tell.


Book Lover's Shelf Cross Stitch Pattern by Fuzzy Fox Designs


Another one of my favorite book themed cross stitches, and one that's on my wishlist to make soon! Keep in mind that this is a .pdf pattern, which means that you'll need to get the hoop, aida and thread on your own. Trust me though, it's so worth it. I think this will look just lovely in any bookworm's library!


Alice in Wonderland Embroidery Pattern by Bustle and Sew


Please pardon my excitement, but it's an Alice in Wonderland themed embroidery hoop! This is not a drill! I'm not going to lie, this one wasn't even on my list until I went hunting for fodder for this post and BAM. Adorable. I need this. You need this. Let's stitch.


BOOKSMART Embroidery Patterns Set by SeptemberHouse


This is just one of the three patterns available in this set, but I fell in love with it instantly. The only thing missing from this picture perfect scene is a puppy following me around! Hahaha. I love all this stitchy goodness!


So there you have it, some stitchperation if you will! Do you have a favorite? Are you more of a cross stitch fanatic or an embroiderer? Either way, here's hoping you enjoy!

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