Your Christmas creations!

By mel-worldofxs, Mon, 2011-12-12 13:45

Here at The World of Cross Stitching HQ, we get sent loads of wonderful Christmas letters from our readers. In fact, around this time of year, our post sacks are almost as full as Santa's! Unfortunately, we just don't have room inside the magazine to print pictures of all the delightful festive projects we see. So, here's a little gallery of all my favourite cross stitched Christmas gifts and cards that we just couldn't fit in!
 

Aneeba Imran, South Africa, used the 'Christmas Kisses' kit, from issue 181 to create a beautiful hanger for the festive season.
 
 

Jennifer Baker, Sheffield, stitched this Christmas 'Welcome Banner' from issue 184 – great work Jennifer!
 
 

Rebecca Hand, Melton Mowbray, made a gorgeous Christmas card with the sweet Tatty Teddy design from issue 184.
 
 

Ann Hughes sent us this picture of her wonderful creation via email. It's taken from our 'Homespun Christmas' cushion in issue 184, with a few extra crafty embellishments.
 
 

Carol Sykes, East Lothian, has stitched this beautiful card featuring  Edinburgh's skyline. The design is from the free quick-stitch chart book that came with issue 183.
 
 

Gretel Busuttil from the State of Qatar, made this pretty little card, from issue 181, for her mother.

 

Jennifer Wepierre, France, made this fun and detailed Gingerbread Man card, using the card chart book from issue 183.

 

Claire Boston, from Southport, used white thread on red fabric to give this Parisian skyline from issue 183 a very festive feel.
 
 

Peggy Thomas emailed us this great picture of the Lickle Ted Christmas card from issue 184, that she stitched for her lucky husband.

 

Irene McIntosh from Oregon, USA, used the 'Christmas Kisses' design, from issue 181 of WOXS to make this fabulous ornament for a friend.

 

And last but by no means least, Katrina Sharp, from Bristol, made this amazing stocking for her grandson Taylor's first Christmas. The fun design is taken from issue 168 of The World of Cross Stitching.

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