Make your friends green with envy by getting a copy of XStitch Issue 4!
Our Green issue is our best yet, and it’s almost guaranteed to leave you feeling super relaxed with the amount of nature and zen that is available for your stitching pleasure. We welcome our cover star, Leah Emery, who is renowned for cross stitch that is, shall we say, pretty hardcore. Visit her website if you’re old enough!
We’ve three other newcomers in this issue! All the way from Russia, it’s Alyona aka StitchingLand! You may not have heard of her before, but we think you’ll love her Wizard of Oz inspired design!
Next up we have Teahouse Sashiko! We don’t want to say too much about this mysterious designer as they’re new to town and they can only be spoken of in hushed tones. But they bring a whitework design that will fix your Feng Shui in a heartbeat.
And we’re thrilled to have Emma Congdon join us for this issue! Emma is one of the UK’s most prolific cross stitch designers and her ways with words and images is up there with the best of them. Her design will give you plenty of stitching pleasure, but has a friendly nod towards Scarface as well!
We’ve got Kreinik Threads, Sarah Gwyer, Lord Libidan, Floss & Mischief, Mary van Tyne and Grace from Beyond Measure all sharing their words of wisdom with us, as well as a chance to win a copy of Retro Cross Stitch by Véronique Enginger!
It a lovely issue and we think you’ll really enjoy it, so be sure to get your copy while stocks last!
(If you want to be smart about it, take out our subscription option and you’ll save a bit of money while getting the mag the moment it’s available!)
We have three postage options available depending on where in the world you’re based!
- If you’re based in the UK, it’s only £2 for the magazine to be delivered to your door!
- If you’re based in the EU, it’ll be £5.20.
- And if you’re in the rest of the world, it’ll be a maximum of £8!
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Issue 4 of this limited edition, far reaching magazine is yours for only £10. Are you going to go Green?
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