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10 gifts for the cross stitcher who has everything

10 gifts for the cross stitcher who has everything

No matter how many supplies and tools we collect as stitchers, there is always something new to discover. From stocking stuffers to splurges, here are some ideas for the stitchers on your list.

1. Floss Boss needle minder

Tell your favorite stitcher that you know they are a floss boss with this enamel needle minder. The needle minder has a magnet on the back, so it holds a stitcher's needle when not in use. It's the perfect accessory, and the perfect compliment!

Floss Boss enamel needle minder for cross stitch and embroidery

2. Patterns by Japanese designer Gera!

Japanese designer Gera! creates the most magical and charming cross stitch patterns. Her designs have only recently been made available in the U.S., so chances are your favorite stitcher doesn't have any yet. Inspired by folk tales, classic literature, fairy tales, and medieval tapestries, Gera! patterns have a fresh, modern feel with bright color palettes and captivating details. You can check out the full collection here.

Gnomes in Springfield cross stitch pattern by Japanese designer Gera!

3. Thread organizers by Maison Sajou

French brand Maison Sajou makes the most beautiful vintage-inspired supplies for cross stitch and embroidery. A set of lovely thread cards or a thread palette will always be appreciated. It's the sort of supply a stitcher can never have too many of.

Art Nouveau Ladies set of embroidery thread cards by Maison Sajou

4. Highlighter tape

Highlighter tape is one of our favorite new cross stitch supplies. The transparent and repositionable tape helps stitchers keep their place when reading a cross stitch chart. You're going to want to get the whole rainbow!

Transparent highlighter tape for cross stitch charts and embroidery

5.  Dovo long-handled embroidery scissors

Most cross stitchers already have a favorite pair of embroidery scissors (not that most of us wouldn't mind more), but these scissors are different. At 5-inches, they are a bit larger than other embroidery snips, and with a wide short blade, they are perfect for cutting embroidery thread, yarn, and fabric. Made in Germany using old world techniques, these scissors will last a lifetime and are a pair to treasure.

Dovo forged steel embroidery scissors from Germany

6. Embroidered walnut necklace kit

Encourage your favorite cross stitcher to step outside their comfort zone and try something new. These beautiful walnut necklace kits will introduce stitchers to some embroidery stitches that might be new to them. Detailed instructions and all the necessary supplies are included in the kit.

Walnut wood embroidered necklace kits by Red Gate Stitchery

7. Shiny Little Zoo ornament kit

This ornament kit by much-loved Satsuma Street has it all: shiny perforated paper, an amazing color scheme, and beads! This is a great choice for stitchers who are new to stitching with beads, and for anyone who like a bit of sparkle.

Shiny Little Zoo cross stitch ornament kit by Satsuma Street

8. Pretty fabric

It doesn't matter how big your stash is, every stitcher loves to get more fabric. For gifting, look for fabric that has a little something special, like this lovely smokey blue polka dot linen. It's also available in natural.

Smokey blue polka dot linen for cross stitch and embroidery

9. Pincushion ring

Cross stitchers are always looking for places to park their needles while changing threads. Give them an alternative to the couch cushions with this clever pincushion ring. It's attractive enough to wear even when not stitching.

Felt pincushion ring for hand sewing and embroidery

10. Sterling silver cross stitch bangle bracelet kit

Makers can wear their stitches on their sleeve, or at least on their arm, with this cross stitch bracelet kit. The stitching is done on a strip of Aida cloth which is then attached to the bangle. It's a project any stitcher would be proud to show off.

Cross stitch sterling silver bangle bracelet kit by Red Gate Stitchery

For more ideas and inspiration, visit the Stitched Modern shop, and happy stitching to everyone on your list!

1 Response

bea mullin

bea mullin

February 21, 2019

Just admiring all the lovely things. I am an addictive stitcher from Canada. Do you ship to us?

Drop me a line when you get a minute.

Thanks, Bea

PS Have a great day/weekend

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