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Subversive Cross Stitch

33 Designs for Your Surly Side

By Julie Jackson

7 x 7 in; 96 pp;
color images throughout
Hardcover
March 2006
ISBN 9780811853477
ISBN10 0811853470

SKU# 9780811853477

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In this wicked little book, Julie Jackson reinvents the age-old craft of cross-stitch, finally putting an end to all that saccharine sentimentalism and giving modern stitchers the chance to say what's really on their minds. Stitch up Bitch in Kitchen
Subversive Cross Stitch


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Subversive Cross Stitch

In this wicked little book, Julie Jackson reinvents the age-old craft of cross-stitch, finally putting an end to all that saccharine sentimentalism and giving modern stitchers the chance to say what's really on their minds. Stitch up Bitch in Kitchen for a heartfelt housewarming gift. Spread cheer with the ever-festive Bite Me. Or whip up This Place Sucks for a cherished co-worker. This fully illustrated book includes 33 of Jackson's best patterns and easy-to-follow directions. Jackson outlines the simple tools and techniques needed and even offers encouragement and tips on how to create one-of-a-kind revolutionary designs from craft-store patterns with subversive sentiments all your own.

 

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7 x 7 in; 96 pp;
color images throughout
Hardcover
March 2006
ISBN 9780811853477
ISBN10 0811853470

Julie Jackson's best-selling designs have been featured in the Washington Post, ReadyMade, and BUST. She is a native of Dallas, Texas, where she lives with her charming husband and menagerie of pets.

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You Won't Be Sorry

You Won't Be Sorry

10/11/11| Tommy York
I bought this book as a gift for a friend of mine (we're in our 20s) who learned to cross stitch as a child. She completely freaked out when she unwrapped it and constantly makes reference to how much she loves it. Plus, it's funny just to look through, even if you can't sew.

If you know someone who likes old-fashioned crafts or just funny, slightly off-kilter designs, then this book is for you and your friend(s).