Cross Stitching Tutorials for Beginners: Browse Beginner Cross Stitch Patterns, Tutorials & Finishing Ideas - The Jolly Jabber Blog

Cross Stitch Projects for Beginners, Free Patterns & Tutorials

Browse cross stitching for beginners on the Jolly Jabber Blog! We’re sharing our collection of cross stitching patterns for beginners, along with useful tips and free tutorials to jump start your stitching. Check out our Cross Stitch University series for beginners and explore free beginner cross stitch patterns on the Jolly Jabber Blog!

Learn to Cross Stitch: Start Stitching

Explore stitching basics, where every thread weaves a tale of creativity! This chapter of our ongoing How to Cross Stitch Series will cover stitching basics. From the iconic cross stitch itself to a range of stitch types, this guide is your key to unlocking the […]

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Learn to Cross Stitch: All About Hoops

Cross stitch is more than cloth and floss! In this installment of our How to Cross Stitch series, we’re diving into the world of hoops. As always, you can use the menu below to jump to any section quickly. Do You Need a Hoop? For beginners, the question of whether they need a hoop often […]

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Top 5 New Fall Cross Stitch Patterns

As the leaves begin to change and a crisp breeze fills the air, it’s quickly becoming the coziest craft season of the year. From autumn scenes to heartwarming motifs, these top five new Fall cross stitch patterns capture the feeling of the season, making them […]

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Welcome to Cross Stitch University!

Cross Stitch University is open and ready to take on its first class of students! Learn to cross stitch with free video tutorials. We are sew excited to announce a beginner cross stitch lesson plan designed just for new stitchers! If you have zero cross […]

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How to Cross Stitch

How to cross stitch

If you want to learn how to cross stitch, you’ve come to the right place! We’ve created this short guide to get you started. Cross stitch is one of the oldest documented forms of needlework, with pieces dating back to the middle ages (source). What […]

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