Although it’s still a fair way until the end of the year let’s take a moment to consider the shape of 2020. If you’ve got a busy life you might already be in need of a new calendar or, dare we say it, you might be pondering on the gift giving season that lingers in the distance. The good news is that we’ve got a solution that will not only fulfil both of those needs, but will inspire your cross stitch creativity for an entire year!
We are creating a twelve-month calendar that will not only be a useful tool for managing your schedule, but will also feature twelve brand new cross stitch patterns from the most dynamic designers we know! Each month will feature a styled shot of a great cross stitch design, photographed by the incredible Stacy Grant, and will include a chart so that you can stitch your own version!
The XStitch Magazine 2020 Calendar campaign features a wide range of reward options, with plenty of combo packs to choose from, and shipping is available worldwide! So come on board!
The amazing thing about this campaign is that it has been going for ten days, and it is already 500% funded!! That’s right – it’s hugely popular with close to 200 backers from around the world, and there are still three weeks left!
Some of the rewards include signed copies of the Mr X Stitch Guide to Cross Stitch, and others include print editions of XStitch Magazine – all at prices that cannot be beaten elsewhere!
- If you want cross stitch inspiration for the whole of 2020, you should invest in our campaign!
- If you want some great gifts for stitchy or non-stitchy friends, you should invest in our campaign!
If you want to support our mission to change the world of cross stitch, well, you get the idea!
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