Some articles on cross stitch, stitch, cross:
... Common variants of cross stitch include Basic cross stitch Long-armed cross stitch Double cross stitch Italian cross stitch Basket stitch Leaf stitch Herringbone stitch Closed ...
... Celtic cross stitch is a style of cross-stitch embroidery which recreates Celtic art patterns typical of early medieval Insular art using contemporary cross-stitch techniques ... Celtic cross stitch typically employs rich, deep colors, intricate geometrical patterns, spirals, interlacing patterns, knotwork, alphabets, animal forms ... Although they share design inspirations, today's Celtic cross-stitch differs from the embroidery of the Celtic Revival of the late 19th and early 20th century which employed freehand surface embroidery ...
... Basic cross stitch as worked in embroidery Long-armed cross stitch Double cross stitch Italian cross stitch Basket stitch Leaf stitch ...
Famous quotes containing the words stitch and/or cross:
“Oh demon within,
I am afraid and seldom put my hand up
to my mouth and stitch it up
covering you, smothering you
from the public voyeury eyes
of my typewriter keys.”
—Anne Sexton (19281974)
“In Russia there is an emigration of intelligence: émigrés cross the frontier in order to read and to write good books. But in doing so they contribute to making their fatherland, abandoned by spirit, into the gaping jaws of Asia that would like to swallow our little Europe.”
—Friedrich Nietzsche (18441900)