Wonderful Mother’s Day Cross Stitch Kits

Thursday, 12th of March 2020

Part of the everlasting joy of cross stitch kits, embroidery and needlecraft, in general, is the passing of the skill from mother to daughter, or, as is becoming more popular, to son. This Mother's Day, grab your mother the perfect pattern with Past Impressions

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8 Cross Stitch Kits Perfect for Beginners

Thursday, 6th of February 2020

Cross stitch is a fantastic hobby which is both fun and relaxing and great for practising mindfulness. It is also a relatively cheap hobby, making it accessible to everyone. Cross stitch allows you to hone your artistic skills and the results of your hard

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Cross Stitch Designs for Valentine’s Day

Wednesday, 15th of January 2020

The most romantic day of the year is just around the corner and along with Valentine’s Day comes the increasing pressure to give a gift that is truly unique and meaningful. Of course some tackle this problem by buying extravagant gifts, however at Past Impressions

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5 Cool Winter Cross Stitch Designs You’ll Love

Friday, 29th of November 2019

Winter is the perfect time to really get stuck into the pastimes that you love. The cold weather and dark evenings often mean that there is nowhere us crafty types would rather be than snuggled up in the warm with nothing but a brand new creative project.

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5 Christmas Cross Stitch Designs You Need To Try
5 Christmas Cross Stitch Designs You Need To Try
Thursday, 31st of October 2019

With the colder weather descending and Christmas just around the corner, this time of year is simply perfect to stay snuggled up and complete a craft project. However, we all love a project that challenges us and doesn’t create too much mess or involve much

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6 Superstitious Black Cat Cross Stitch Kits
Monday, 30th of September 2019

It's the countdown to fancy dress, apple bobbing, pumpkin carving and trick or treat... Has Halloween season really come round once again?

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