Cross-Stitch from Luminous Fiber Arts


Misty Purcell’s latest designs are so sweet. Why not tuck them in unexpected places to add a touch of charm to any nook or cranny. In her words:

These chubby birds are looking for a sweet treat! They’ve landed at the bee skep to see if the bees will share a bit of delicious honey with them

Gathering Honey

Turkeys aren’t normally cute, but at an antique shop a few years ago I came across the most adorable appliqued turkey I had seen. He became the inspiration for this design. My turkey is feeling thankful that he is so handsome, no one could bear to eat him! 

A Turkey's Thanks

It’s a beautiful day for gliding gracefully across the ice. After enjoying some time on the rink, the elves will head home for a steaming cup of hot cocoa!  

Mousecapades 1: Mice on Ice

It’s a bumpy ride skiing down the gumdrop-covered roof of a gingerbread house! The race is on! Who will make it to the finish line first?

Mousecapades 2: On the Housetop

Stitching Birds honors our close bond with fellow stitchers who share our passion for needlework. Pattern includes an alphabet so you can add your initials and those of a cherished friend.

Friendship Series: Stitching Birds

These patterns are due to arrive the middle of next month so place your orders now.

Cross Stitch Ornaments

Katie Rogers of Primrose Cottage Stitches has so many cute patterns for cross stitch. Her newest snow globe ornaments are just too cute to resist! This latest collection is due to arrive next month.

White Christmas 2022

The original pattern is hard to resist as well so why not order them both?

White Christmas Cross Stitch

The patterns include three different sizes, just adjust the embroidery cloth accordingly. The samples were done on a 16 count fabric.

Checker has a wide variety of embroidery fabrics. Cross stitch has returned in a big way so if you carry floss, it is a natural choice!

New Cross Stitch by Lori Holt

Lori Holt is single handedly introducing cross stitch to a whole new generation. These latest designs are sure to please.

Vintage Housewife Pattern

In her words: Grab life by the apron strings with the Vintage Housewife Cross Stitch Pattern by Lori Holt of Bee in my Bonnet Co.! This retro-style pattern pays tribute to the amazing divas who handle the house, the family and everything in between with ease and grace. With sweet snapshots of a retro household, this cross stitch will be a terrific finishing touch to any household! The Vintage Housewife Cross Stitch Pattern comes with full-color instructions, diagrams and supply list, including suggested DMC colors. It is printed on durable 8.5” x 11” cardstock. The cross stitch is designed to work on 25 count cloth and finishes at 12.75” x 15.625”.

Flea Market Baskets Cross Stitch Pattern

Gather inspiration to make the elegant Flea Market Baskets cross stitch by Lori Holt of Bee in my Bonnet Co.! Inspired by her love of thrifting and antiquing, this cross stitch symbolizes her guiding principle of “Make do or do without.” Vintage baskets and timeless churn dash blocks surround a beautiful center star, finished with a border of colorful blossoms. Designed to complement the Flea Market Quilt Book, this cross stitch is a one-of-a-kind find! The Flea Market Baskets Cross Stitch Pattern comes with full-color instructions, diagrams and supply list, including suggested DMC colors. It is printed on durable 8.5” x 11” cardstock. The cross stitch is designed to work on 25 count cloth and finishes at 14.75” x 14.75”.

Both of these designs were printed on cloud:

Vintage Cloth Cloud 25ct 18in x 27in

The cloth is available in 13 different colors and is due to arrive any day. The cross stitch designs are due to arrive next month so why not start your year off with a new needleart project?


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Nine Patches in Stitches

This new cross stitch series by Primrose Cottage Stitches combine the all-time favorite nine-patch block with adorable cross stitch designs. Here are the first three months to give you an idea of how truly cute they are.

January Nine Patch
February Nine Patch
March Nine Patch

To see our complete line of cross stitch materials, click here: embroidery fabrics.

These patterns would make great counter displays. They are simple enough that they could be completed in an evening or two. Why not display the trims, cross stitch fabric, and some fat quarters of coordinating fabrics with them? These are due to arrive later this month, so order them now!