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Blog Tour: Little Book of Cross Stitch by Geeky Stitching Company (Extract)

Hey friends! Today is my stop on the blog tour for Little Book of Cross Stitch by Geeky Stitching Company, and I am bringing you an extract. Enjoy!

Little Book of Cross Stitch by the Geeky Stitching Company
Genre: Non-fiction
Published by: Clink Street Publishing
Pages: 80
Release date: 26/11/2020
Where to find: Goodreads | Amazon
Summary: You will find over thirty of our bestselling designs in this book as well as seven new patterns to stitch up, we have everything from rainbows to fluffy animals and not a country cottage in sight!

A great book for beginners as well as experienced stitchers who are fans of stitching cute stuff and fun puns.

Author Information

The Geeky Stitching Co are all about fun, puns & stitching up cute stuff! Operating from a rainbow coloured HQ in North Devon since 2015, they have seen ten’s of thousands of Cross Stitch kits head out to new homes across the globe.

The ‘Geeky Stitching Club’ started in 2015, which is the original cross stitch subscription club, as to be honest most of the cross stitch patterns that were currently available were a bit boring and pretty complex, so we wanted to bring a bit of fun and cuteness to the stitching world! Each month members receive a different cross stitch box full of patterns/kits and mini supplies pack, the themes varies from doughnuts, to root vegetables to Christmas, but are always fun and super cute.

You may have seen some of their patterns and kits featured in a range of Cross Stitching Mags across the world as well as the craft Magazine ‘Mollie Makes’. In 2016 they won a competition with them for ‘Best new Subscription Idea’ in association with CrateJoy and this year they were also shortlisted for a Local Business award.

All their kits and patterns are designed, packed up and shipped from North Devon and they are pretty sure that there is something for everyone, whether you’re a stitcher yourself, buying a gift, or wishing to become a stockist (unless you want to stitch up a vase of flowers or country cottage as that’s not really their style!)




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