NSFW Saturday! – Doublespeak’s Tidy Cloths


NSFW Saturday - Naughty Needlework Ideas

Hi everybody! It’s another Not Safe For Work Saturday where we bring you the sassier side of stitching! These are not for the faint of heart, so if you are easily offended, it’s okay – how about a book review instead?

However if you’re a grown up and you’re ready, enjoy Richard McVetis’ cubes for a moment and come on over!

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!

Richard McVetis - Units of Time
Richard McVetis – Units of Time
Doublespeak's Cocksucker Tidy Cloth

(This post was originally shared back in 2009, can you believe it!)

Texas native and naughty needleworker Doublespeak caught our attention on flickr where she goes by the moniker of Vintage Vivant. She makes a very handy product for keeping things clean during those personal moments. She calls them tidy cloths.

Doublespeak's I Only Fuck To Vinyl Tidy Cloth

Some are decorative and some are a little more functional in nature. All of them are pretty straightforward as to their intended use.This next one is a bit more coy than the others, but you have to take the smooth with the rough, right?

Doublespeak's Cuddle or Cigarette Tidy Cloth

If you have a rummage through her Flickr photostream you can come across all kinds of naughty needlework, from vintage inspired vignettes…

Doublespeak's Eat My Pussy Hand Embroidery

To gloves with attitude! Ah the combination of glamour and gusto is irresistable!

Doublespeak's You Bastard Gloves

If you’d like to see more from Doublespeak, check out her flickr photostream, or and pick up all manner of curiosities from her etsy store! Tell her Mr X Stitch said hi!

NSFW Saturdays are brought to you in association with Subversive Cross Stitch, the original snarky stitching site!

Mr X

Jamie Chalmers, aka Mr X Stitch, aka the Kingpin of Contemporary Embroidery is the founder of the Mr X Stitch site, the world's longest running embroidery blog, the curator of PUSH Stitchery and the author of the Mr X Stitch Guide to Cross Stitch. He is also the founder of XStitch, the game-changing cross stitch design magazine which launched in Summer 2017.

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