Cross Stitch to Calm | Sneak Peek

Cross Stitch to Calm is the brilliant new book by Leah Lintz. Inside you will discover up to 40 unique, and simple cross stitch patterns to help you stitch away your stresses away and all you need to begin is a bit of embroidery floss, a needle, and some fabric! Let’s take a sneaky peek inside…

Cross-Stitch to Calm

Leah has designed 40 beautiful, bold and graphic style patterns that reflect a modern day lifestyle and don’t take too long to stitch. With themes including Creatures, Nature, Symbols, and Words, these contemporary designs look great in modern homes and help to detract away from the stresses of everyday life…

Cross-Stitch to Calm

Whether you are a complete beginner to the world of cross stitch and needlecraft or a seasoned professional, Leah explains everything you need to know in her introductory chapter. She also provides easy techniques for finishing and displaying your projects, as well as substituting thread colours and fabrics to suit your personal taste or home interiors.

Cross Stitch to Calm

Through beautiful imagery and easy-to-stitch shapes, Cross-Stitch to Calm will help you enjoy a new pastime while creating beautiful art for yourself and others. Below are just a few of the designs inside the book…

Cross-Stitch to Calm

Watch the sneak peek video below to take a better look at some of the projects available inside, Cross Stitch to Calmand keep your eyes peeled on our YouTube channel this week for an exclusive web chat with Leah herself!

What are you waiting for? Pre order your copy of Cross Stitch To Calm today and receive the eBook for FREE! Don’t forget to stock up on all the essential accessoriesthreads and fabric in our online store.

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7 thoughts on “Cross Stitch to Calm | Sneak Peek

  1. I’d love this book it looks so chilling.the first thing I’d do would be the star as we lost our 11 daughter a couple off months ago and have stars everywhere in Ruby’s memory.so please enter me and fingers crossed.it will remind me off the lovely times we sewed together.thanks xx

  2. Love to cross stitch and this book looks as if there is lots of inspiration. I’ve been under loads of stress recently and tried knitting but think going back to cross stitch might well be the answer.

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