Cross Stitched Vogue Magazine Cover

Check out this stitched magazine cover! I got a little excited at first thinking these were pattern creations, but then I went digging for more information. If you look closely you can see that the Xs aren’t in rows straight across. Artist Inge Jacobsen, who created these incredibly detailed high fashion samples by stitching directly onto British Vogue‘s glossy covers.



The artist reported that each cover took nearly 40 hours to create. And I’d say she did a lovely job. Pretty darn awesome, actually.

Happy Stitching!
Loretta

P.S. I am guilty of spending too much time on Pinterest. If you need a Pinterest invite, just let me know in the comments below and I’ll gladly invite you to join me in endless browsing.

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About Loretta

I’ve been a cross stitcher since I was 8 years old. It was something I learned as a Girl Scout when we did a project for a badge related to crafts and the group choose to cross stitch a holiday design on a red sweatshirt using waste canvas. (Talk about hard first project, that was such a pain!) I was one of the first ones finished and I’ve had a needle in my hand almost every day since then.

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  1. Gail via STNA's Facebook Fan Page says:

    Pinned this under my Cross Stitch Works of Art board!

  2. Pinterest is ridiculously addictive!

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