How To: Cross Stitch Clock

How To: Cross Stitch Clock It is always time to stitch, and what’s more fun than a cross stitched clock! The goal of this tutorial: Turn your Stitchy’ween and Stitchmas from 2023 into a clock.  Use this tutorial to turn ANY stitch you did into a clock. ...

Pass a Nerd Tutorial

Pass a Nerd Tutorial Pass a smile is more like it!!  The goal of this:  Stitch up a little Nerd.  Add him in a baggie with the supplies for someone else to stitch the same nerd.  Add the below print outs (instructions, pattern and such) Ninja drop it at local craft...

Make Your Stitching Into a Stuffy

Making Your Stitching into a Stuffy A training to become a more Inspired Stitchee! If you are like me you are always looking for new and fun ways to display your stitching. This idea is a SUPER cute one, the minute I saw it I knew I needed to know how. Thanks for Cass...

DIY Framing Made Easy

DIY Framing Tutorial Sending each piece into a professional framer can get VERY costly. What better way to save some money (for more stitchy supplies, of course) than to frame up your pieces by yourself! NOTE: I am not a professional framer, and I have never taken any...

Using Waste Canvas

Working with Waste Canvas! Waste canvas doesn’t sound like fun, but it truly is.  What is waste canvas? It is a type of fabric you can use to stitch on ANYTHING.  Why? Because its made to be able to be removed after you are done stitching.  It is so much fun,...

Stitching with Metallic Floss

Metallic Floss can be your Friend! I’m sure you have heard some rumors in the stitchy-verse that metallic floss is the spawn of satan.  Why? Because it can be finicky to work with – and if you do it wrong, you will want to rip it out (and your hair). This...

Dealing with the Frog

That Frog is NOT always a bad thing! Some may be asking what exactly a “frog” is. It’s a fun little nickname given when you make mistakes while stitching. Why? Well, the main reason is mistakes usually mean you have to rip out stitches — rip it...

Stitching in Hand

A Stitchee training to help you be a more Curious Stitchee What you use to hold your stitching is a personal choice – there is never a “correct” device. Many use hoops, others use frames or stands, and some use Q-snaps — all of these are...

Stitching With ADHD

Stitching with ADHD This training is brought to you by one of your fellow Stitchees, Jessica, who has learned how to make her ADHD work WITH her stitching, not against it. This is her opinions, and methods of coping, not medical advice. What is ADHD, and How Does it...

Hoops, Snaps, Stands – Oh My!

Deciding on What to Hold Your Cross Stitch With? There are a ton of options when it comes to ways to hold your cross stitch, as you stitch. There is not “right” option – it all comes down to your comfort and preference. The main choices are:...