The design is a magical, fantasy landscape, featuring all of your favourite mythical creatures - a beautiful, folklore-inspired design, that looks like as though it belongs in a storybook.
Places for the 2024 membership open on 29th November at 7pm (London time)!
For just £45 you'll receive 4 x new exclusive PDF patterns including 'Carlos the Caterpillar', a £10 e-gift voucher, an exclusive All-Star needle minder, your own unique discount code for 10% off products all year round, Lucky Dip entry, early access to tickets and SALs, live events and more!
Cross another craft off your bucket list and indulge with Sally's book, guiding you through beginner friendly designs, tips, easy-to-follow instructions and a simple list of supplies that you will require to complete your first cross stitch.
In the book, you will learn basic skills that you'll need to get started in this creative craft! There are 6 designs for you to practice your new skills, become a pro with your hoop and fabric and explore a variety of finishing options. With recommendations for the best thread, needles and helpful tools, you'll be on your way to cross stitch euphoria!
The brand new 'Christmas Wonderland' stitch-a-long is open for pre-order from August 16th at 7pm, and we're delighted to be able to share all of the exciting details.
The one-off price includes all 6 pattern pieces. It's counted cross stitch so there's no printing on the fabric and you can personalise the project if you wish! We don't include any back stitch or fancy stitches which makes this a really calming project to complete - you don't have to worry or think too much about it.
The Coronation of King Charles III will be conducted by the Archbishop of Canterbury on the morning of May 6th, 2023 at Westminster Abbey. The ceremony will see the King be crowned alongside Queen Consort Camilla.
Why not mark this notable day by crafting something special?
Being crafters, we're constantly searching for the next project to satisfy our creative needs. But have you ever stopped and wondered when and how the craft we all love so much began? Elements of cross stitch can be found in history for thousands of years, as far back as sixth century BC. Pieces of needlecraft art have been discovered in medieval churches across the globe, as well as inside ancient Egyptian tombs!