Over the past few weeks, I’ve received countless emails from her introducing me to new needlework sites and amazing vintage Etsy finds.
If you had asked me a year and a half ago if I would like to learn cross stitch, I would have laughed in your face. What a difference time makes, as I made this sampler for my sister’s graduation from law school:
I’m also currently working on these projects for our little newlywed abode:
So as a fan of needlework, and a slightly better than amateur stitcher myself, I thought I’d share some of the fabulous needlework sites I’ve found. The inspiration is endless and I’m hoping the excitement I have to tackle all my new needlework projects holds through completion. Enjoy!
Feeling Stitchy – Features super awesome projects, tips and tricks, cool finds on Flickr and the web, and free patterns!
Mr X Stitch – “The number one contemporary embroidery and needlecraft blog on the planet!”
subversive cross stitch – HILARIOUS cross stitch patterns for purchase – be warned some use “choice language”
Maricor/Maricar – Australian twin sisters who do some breathtaking hand embroidery.
Embroidery with a ‘V’ – This post over on papernstitch features an adorable Etsy shop. Seriously love!