Does exactly what it says in the title. Just Cross Stitch offers a focused and well directed look at everything cross stitch.
This bi-monthly US magazine is absolutely packed from cover to cover with a huge array of different cross stitch designs created by experts. There are patterns suitable for every level of experience, and the magazine has an illustrated guide to the different stitches involved in cross stitch for those looking to expand and improve their technique. Guaranteed to keep any cross-stitcher stitching up until the next issue comes out.
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There’s a lot of love out there for cross stitch. We stock a whole host of different titles devoted to cross stitching and similar needle based crafts, but Just Cross Stitch offers a very focused and practical take on the hobby. The magazine devotes nearly all its space to different designs for you to try at home, meaning you are getting good value for your money when you pick up a copy.
The one thing we can’t help but notice about cross stitch – at least those of us who are technologically minded – is that it possesses a remarkable level of similarity to computer screen displays. No, really, hear us out. Where the cross stitch design is essentially a picture of something created by carefully stitching a huge number of tiny squares, a computer screen does exactly the same thing. A resolution of 1024x800 means that there are 1024 pixels along the horizontal lines and 800 pixel lines vertically. Everything on a computer screen is thus comprised of tiny coloured squares, just many more than you can easily individually make out. Thus we reckon there is the opportunity for some kind of crazy cross-over, whether this be a machine that uses cross stitch to display the input from a computer or the reproduction of computer images in large scale. Who knows, it could be the way of the future. Or perhaps not. NB