Stitchgasm! – Little Willy by Mabith Posted on 7 January 2011by Mr X I’m a huge fan of blackwork and the macabe. This piece by Mabith is a glorious combination of the two. See more cool stuff at Mabith’s Flickr photostream. BioTwitterFacebookLinkedInLatest Posts Mr XDirector at Mr X StitchThe Kingpin of Contemporary Embroidery. @mrxstitchThe kingpin of contemporary cross-stitch and embroidery - http://t.co/CrYosuM21GRT @womensart1: US illustrator and textile artist Angela Pilgrim, Afro Puff ll, 2015, print. #womensart https://t.co/w1psPD3dR9 - 2 years agoFollow @mrxstitch Mr X Latest posts by Mr X (see all) NSFW Saturday – NSFWEmbroidery - 10 November 2018 The Standen Winter Tree - 8 November 2018 Ten Stitches You’ve Never Heard Of! - 23 October 2018 If you liked that, you'll love this! Book Review: Manga Cross Stitch Zombie Cross-Stitch has arisen! Fifth Friday Festival of Fabulousness – October 2011 edition! One thought on “Stitchgasm! – Little Willy by Mabith” annacharlotte 8 January 2011 at 2:53 am I had this verse in a book as a child! That version was a little different, but very similar… Billy, in one of his bright blue sashes Fell in the fire and was burned to ashes Now, although the night grows chilly We haven’t the heart to stir poor Billy. The cover had a drawing of a boy whose fingernails had grown so long they were near to clawing his face. Sometimes you have to wonder about the things that are given to children to read… Comments are closed.