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Doctor Strange

It's been a long, long time in the making, but he's finally finished.  I'm not sure exactly how long he took.  My video time stamps total up at 120 hours, but there are some pretty big segments missing.  Segments which I'm pretty sure were recorded on Twitch and never downloaded, honestly.  But 120 hours is still a long damn time, making this guy my biggest project to date, at 210 x 116 stitches and 143 colours.



I've got a couple of small little things to finish up quickly, and then we'll be back to big projects like this again.

The pattern can be downloaded for free on Patreon.  If you'd like the original piece, see this listing on Commiss.io,

2018 In Review

Every speed paint from 2018, all in one place.


2018 Pattern Collection

The 2018 Pattern Collection is here!  Unlike previous years, where a select few have been released in a book, nearly everything has been released in a single digital collection.  Sprites, postage stamps, samplers, full coverage pieces.  52 patterns in total, together in one single download for $35.

Download the collection here
Patrons get the collection here, as part of their pledge

In addition, there's also a collection of free patterns available for everyone to download.  Free patterns are the fanart patterns from projects that have shown up on my channel.  Please note that collabs do not appear in the collection.

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Lighthouse at Sunset

Moody little scenery piece.  I really want to do more of these next year.


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Cinnamon Husky

Advent has finally come to a close, and now the full pattern is available.  100 x 100 stitches, 50 colours.

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Beta Testers Needed

Hey, guys!  I need some beta testers for a tutorial project.  I'm going to be taking the Cross Stitch 101 series and re-doing it, effectively, to work as a cohesive unit.  I will also be releasing a companion book to go with it.

I'm looking for people who can review both of these elements and give me any feedback or questions they might have.  I'll also be looking through my YouTube comments to see what common questions people have.

Ideally, I'm looking for people who are relatively new to the hobby, since you won't be able to fill in any gaps I might have left anywhere.  The more questions you can ask me, the better.

I cannot afford to pay beta testers, but you will get access to all of the lessons and patterns used in this series.  If this is something you might be interested in, please sign up below (or click the IFTTT link if you're seeing this on Tumblr).


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Pattern Giveaway: September 27th - October 3rd

It's time for another pattern giveaway!  Is there a pattern you've been wanting to get, now's the time to sign up for a chance to get it for free.  There are six ways to enter.  Check them out below.

Free Cross Stitch Pattern (Sept 27-Oct 3rd)


Free Cross Stitch Pattern: Porcupuffer

Porcupuffer Cross Stitch Pattern
DMC FlossAny Fabric31 x 32 Stitches7 Colours
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Free Cross Stitch Pattern: Cheep Cheep

Cheep Cheep Cross Stitch Pattern
DMC FlossAny Fabric32 x 30 Stitches6 Colours
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Free Cross Stitch Pattern: Blurp

Blurp Cross Stitch Pattern
DMC FlossAny Fabric32 x 32 Stitches7 Colours
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Free Cross Stitch Pattern: Blargg

Blargg Cross Stitch Pattern

DMC Floss
Any Fabric
47 x 32 Stitches
7 Colours


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Perching Raven: On Amazon

The Perching Raven pattern is now on Kindle!  It's been on Amazon for a while, but now you can get it delivered directly to your tablet.  Which means if you have KindleUnlimited, you can get it for free.



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Orange Sunset: On Amazon

The Orange Sunset pattern is now on Kindle!  It's been on Amazon for a while, but now you can get it delivered directly to your tablet.  Which means if you have KindleUnlimited, you can get it for free.



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2017 Pattern Collection: On Amazon

The 2017 Pattern Collection is now on Kindle!  It's been on Amazon for a while, but now you can get it delivered directly to your tablet.  Which means if you have KindleUnlimited, you can get it for free.

Patterns included in this collection:

Perching RavenSummer SunriseNot You AgainHaunted HouseCalifornia CondorFlowery GeckoGlitterfishRainbow AuroraTrees at the BeachTropical SunsetColourful Birds (set of four)Bats at NightCoral ReefSmall Birds (set of four)Tropical Fish (set of four)Colourful Butterflies (set of four)No No No 
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Cross Stitch Pattern: European Robin

European Robin Pattern

Any Floss (charted for variegated)Any Fabric44 x 48 Stitches5 Colours
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Cross Stitch Pattern: Hippo Tang

Hippo Tang Pattern

Any Floss (charted for variegated)Any Fabric65 x 38 Stitches4 Colours
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Cross Stitch Pattern: Kingfisher

Kingfisher Cross Stitch Pattern

Any Floss (charted for variegated)
Any Fabric
48 x 57 Stitches
7 Colours

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Cross Stitch Pattern: Ginger Cat

Ginger Cat Pattern

Any Floss (charted for variegated)Any Fabric65 x 45 Stitches7 Colours
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Cross Stitch Pattern: Tabby Cat

Tabby Cat Pattern
Any Floss (charted for variegated)Any Fabric60 x 30 Stitches6 ColoursGet it here

Blog: Learning how to Cross Stitch

A journey in learning a new hobby in 16 images.  These are a bunch of small little projects I have from when I was learning how to do this stuff.  I didn't start with little projects though.  Not pictured are the few very large projects I tried to start on, just to see if this was something I wanted to learn how to do.  That's always the best way for me to see if something is for me.  I try it on the hardest setting possible — in this case, with a huge full-coverage piece of Loki.  Guess what: I barely got anywhere with it.  It was full of mistakes, the fabric was awful, and I didn't know that you're allowed to fix mistakes, basically.  That sounds weird, but when I placed a stitch in the wrong spot, and noticed it about a half hour later, I didn't know that you could just... stitch over the wrong one, or pretend that it wasn't even wrong.  I didn't know you could pull out stitches and do a section over.  I don't know why I thought this wasn't allo…