WELCOME TO CATERPILLAR CROSS STITCH!

December 01, 2015 1 Comment

Thanks for visiting the brand new Caterpillar Cross Stitch website!

We're very excited to be introducing our new alphabet cross stitch kit collection - "Now I Know My ABCs", to celebrate the birth, christening or other special day for your little one. If you're new to cross stitch, please check out our "How To" page for tips.

I'm always designing new patterns so please subscribe to the newsletter for more details.

Happy stitching!



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Ruth Walton
Ruth Walton

August 24, 2017

Counted cross stitch got me through 30+ years of being a Nurse Manager of a busy Critical Care Unit! Helped me keep my sanity after wild days on the job! Now that I’m retired, and a member of EGA, I try to find time to stitch every day. Keeps my creative juices…and endorphins flowing!

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