Each kit comes with a complete alphabet for you to commemorate the date and names of those you love.
So not only is love winning, but so is the awesome gift-giver–YOU!
In my never-ending quest to find cool things for you to do…I found these nice pendants that are perfect for tiny cross stitch! We have a kit for the six sassy ones up top and a kit for the sparkly vintage monograms – you choose!
Each kit comes with patterns (all in one kit for each), material, pendant, instructions (and googly eyes on request if you plan on doing the kitty!). You choose your own colors, provide your own needle (I’m sure you have lots by now) and ribbon or chain for hanging. In this way, we keep the cost of the kit down to $12 for almost everything you need to stitch any of these dandy gems!
We also sell the pendants separately and soon I’ll have the PDFs of the charts available separately. Just search for “pendants” to see all that is available. These are SO tiny and sweet, easy to stitch and they make a great gift!
So, this is a dream come true — I’ve wanted to do Subversive T-shirts for a long time, but so many places lack in quality. Well, threadless just started these Artist’s Shops and asked if I wanted to do one! YES!! I love their shirts, so soft and all cotton, plus they were super helpful in setting up the shop, which has shirts for men and women along with prints on canvas! We’re starting with thirteen designs, some black and some white, but I plan to expand the selection and options in the future.
Some friends have offered to model and do a little photo shoot, so I’ll let you know when there are better photos besides the mock-ups. Also, here’s a little interview I did for their blog. Super exciting summery times ahead!
Both our natural and denim tote bags come with the free Tote Bag pattern, but did you know you can stitch any of of designs from the book or site (PDFs!) on these totes? There’s tote-ally enough room. Something to think about this summer while you tote your buns to the beach with all your stitchin’!
My friend & photographer Ben Britt took some more fun photos of the book. Not sure what I’ll do with them yet – future postcards? – but here’s a peek. He just set up a NSFW T-shirt shop featuring some of his photographs which include some pretty subversive onesies if you’re in the market. He photographs the Dallas burlesque scene and fantasy scenarios – not for the faint of heart!
While spewing profanities may offend disciples of Emily Post, it turns out that cursing is a pretty healthy habit. Research suggests that using four-letter words to express pain may inadvertently help alleviate it, whether we’re reeling from physical anguish or emotional upset. How fucking convenient.
Nice interview I enjoyed doing over at Autostraddle. Plus a free pattern I created for them with a pet phrase of theirs.
Do you need these? Yes, you do. Cool shades for the cross stitch aficionado! Now in our Supply Shop.