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It's another Stitchgasm from Mr X Stitch - the home of contemporary embroidery

Without a doubt, Lord Libidan is one of the most experimental cross stitchers out there, and we’re proud that he’s part of the Mr X Stitch family.

Lightsaber Blueprint

 

This amazing piece is yet another example of his greatness: “After visiting the Pompidou Centre in Paris, I had an idea for an archaeological blueprint. Also resting in my mind was my recent sabre handle. Within a week I had researched, designed and stitched this piece. I also intend to extend this idea to larger scale projects.”

Wicked cool.

 

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Mr X Stitch presents NSFW Saturday - the naughtiest needlework on the planet!

Hi everybody! It’s Saturday, and you know what that means – so if you’re ready, enjoy the negative space nicety of Bugambilö’s Galatea hand embroidery before you get down to it!

Bugambilö - Galatea - Hand Embroidery

 

WARNING!

NSFW SATURDAYS WILL CONTAIN CONTENT THAT IS NOT SAFE FOR WORK!

IF YOU READ THESE POSTS, AND ARE OFFENDED, WE’RE SORRY BUT WE DID WARN YOU!

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Mr X Stitch presents NSFW Saturday - the naughtiest needlework on the planet!

Hi everybody! It’s Saturday, and you know what that means – so if you’re ready, enjoy BeBe Babies’ Tiny Elephant as a palate cleansing sorbet before you get stuck in!

Tiny Elephant Plush by BeBe Babies

WARNING!

NSFW SATURDAYS WILL CONTAIN CONTENT THAT IS NOT SAFE FOR WORK!

IF YOU READ THESE POSTS, AND ARE OFFENDED, WE’RE SORRY BUT WE DID WARN YOU!

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It's another Stitchgasm from Mr X Stitch - the home of contemporary embroidery

We featured manbroiderer Paul Nosa on our Cutting (& Stitching) Edge column a while back. His latest project is Sewn Stories, a gallery book of his work, which is inspired by conversations with people and stitched on the fly while he’s with them on his pedal powered sewing station.

Paul Nosa in action

Pauls’ work is great – pedal powered stitching improvisation. I think it’s terrific and this new book is definitely something I want to enjoy.

Paul Nosa's Sewn Stories

If you’d like to find out more about Paul’s book, visit his new website and check him out on Facebook.

If you needed further convincing, here’s Paul’s video of a dog sewing a bone on his pedal powered machine.

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