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Textile art with a focus on the beauty of beads.
One of the oldest needlework forms, Lace is linked to the history and culture of many countries. Enjoy modern takes on lace while understanding its past at Mr X Stitch!
Explore the wonderful world of hatmaking with our Millinery Operations column – exclusive to Mr X Stitch!
Needle Felting is a hugely diverse art form and with our Felter Skelter column we have tons of posts packed with Needle Felting Inspiration. Learn how to Needle Felt, enjoy book reviews and get inspired to try it for yourself!
If you like Plush Toys and Soft Sculptures, we’ve got loads of inspiration! Check out the latest plush toy action at Mr X Stitch!
Quilts are so much more than something to put on your bed. At Mr X Stitch we’ve tons of quilty inspiration for you to enjoy!
3D objects made with textiles, needles and threads, Soft Sculptures are often experimental and always amazing. Check out our Soft Sculpture posts at Mr X Stitch!
Weaving is one of the world’s oldest textile treatments and there are some exciting weavers working their magic with warp and weft. Enjoy these weaving posts at Mr X Stitch!
A Stitchalicious in Time
Jacinta Lodge, aka Stitchalicious, shares hints, tips and practical suggestions to help you improve your needlework skills.
Confessions of a Cross Stitcher
One of the simplest embroidery forms, yet filled with potential, we love cross stitch at Mr X Stitch! Be inspired by our cross stitch posts!
In Goldworx, embroidery superstar Hattie McGill explores the world of goldwork, stumpwork and other fine embroidery types. It’s as good as gold!
Join Dena Lenham from Kreinik Manufacturing Company as she shares inspiration and new ways to use Kreinik Threads to make nifty needlework pieces!
Needlepoint is one of the oldest and simplest embroidery forms and is often overlooked. At Mr X Stitch we love needlepoint and we’ve lots of posts that prove it’s a vibrant and exciting art form. Check them out!
Join the team at Urban Threads for a monthly dose of machine embroidered inspiration – it’s Gear Threads, exclusive to Mr X Stitch!
Ghost in the Embroidery Machine
Join digitizing guru Erich Campbell for an exploration of the world of machine embroidery – It’s Ghost in the Embroidery Machine, exclusive to Mr X Stitch!
The World Of Embroidery
Beneath The Folds
Craft whiz Jo Burgess takes us on her crafting adventures as she makes marvellous textile treasures with upcycling and attitude.
Ansie van der Walt explores the wonderful world of textiles in this exclusive column for Mr X Stitch – It’s Textile Encounters!
ARTeries with Arlee Barr
Arlee Barr presents ARTeries, exploring theory and concept within contemporary embroidery and textile art. Exclusive to Mr X Stitch!
Ask Mr X
Living for Dyeing
Margaret Yates explores theory, technique and inspiration in the colourful world of dyeing – exclusive to Mr X Stitch!
We find the best embroidery and needlecraft books and review them for you.
Pinning The Past
Join Ruth Singer as she explores the history of fabric manipulation and visits museums and archives to discover textile treasures. It’s Pinning The Past – exclusive to Mr X Stitch!
The Funk Files
Jen Funk Weber interviews embroidery artists and pioneers in The Funk Files: Embroidery Frontiers – exclusive to Mr X Stitch!
free machine embroidery
Gunta Andrews – Textiles and Two-Tone
What Is Free Machine Embroidery?
Louise Watson: Textile Art Goes All Natural
Anne Waller’s Fairytale Magic
Yumiko Reynolds’ Love and Light
The Natural Whimsy of Rachel Wright
The Colorful Exuberance of Laura Lees
Parker Snowe’s Haunting Textile Art
Alison Holt – Machine Embroidery on the Runway
The Makings of Mrs Bertimus