The Cross Stitch Guild

The Cross Stitch Guild

Stand M24

Address

Cue House, Chapel Lane, Stockton Heath, Warrington WA4 6LL

The Guild deals with all forms of counted embroidery including cross stitch, blackwork, hemstitch, pulled and drawn thread, and Hardanger.

Exhibitor’s Products

Country Sampler book
Country Sampler book
This exquisite heirloom project is a joy to stitch and will be something you want to display and show friends and family. The instructions are written starting with basic cross stitch on linen and as you proceed through the pages you will learn new techniques.
The hand-stitched cover has a folded hem and the stitched pages attached to the inside of the cover include cross stitch, a mini band samplers, hemstitch, Hardanger and pulled thread embroidery
This pack includes all the linens, pre-sorted threads, hand-painted silk threads, perle threads, gold-plated needles, charts and illustrated instructions
Plu Perfect Needle Collection
Plu Perfect Needle Collection
This invaluable boxed set of our own gold-plated needles contains 10 gold-plated needles of various sizes, but now we have added a small curved needle to assist you when making up books and boxes. As you know, our needles are simply lovely to use and perfect for forming French knots, bullion knots and other counted stitches.
Stitch Book 4th Edition
Stitch Book 4th Edition
This is the 4th edition of Jane Greenoff's Stitch Book.
This edition has an exciting new look with over 140 pages which include the alphabetical list of stitches, Hardanger, hemming and extended section on making up at the back. Jane has researched Sorbello Stitch, making Humbugs and refreshed the front section of the book for any of you new to counted embroidery.
The Stitch Book is A5 format with the spiral binding as before so that it lays flat when you are using it, includes spaces for your notes and has a wipe clean cover.
The Beaded Tudor Sweete Bag
The Beaded Tudor Sweete Bag
This very decorative project was inspired by the Elizabethan examples seen at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London and by early English versions held at the De Witt Wallace Museum in Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia. Jane has designed and stitched her version of the Sweete bag as a simple holder for needlework tools.
A Token of Love Sampler
A Token of Love Sampler
This glorious sampler was inspired by the unique collection of Quaker samplers in the keeping of Ackworth School, in Yorkshire. We have collected together some of our favourite medallions and other motifs to create this Quaker-Style project. Jane's beautifully subtle colour choices complement the Ackworth School collection.
Stitched on your choice of 32 count linen or 16 count Aida.
This pack contains black and White and coloured charts, pre-sorted threads, wrapped needle, instructions and your fabric of choice.