Do you have something to share? Whether it’s a favorite cross stitch project you want to talk about, a finishing tutorial, or an article about something you found that works fantastically to make your stitching better, we’d love to share it with our readers here at Stitching the Night Away.
While the majority of our posts and guest posts are about cross stitch specifically we do welcome posts about other needlecraft and handwork, including but not limited to quilting, sewing, embroidery (hand and machine), needlepoint, knitting, crochet, and yarn crafts. Basically, if it involves a needle and thread, we’re willing to consider it for publishing on the site.
Email your article to loretta AT stitchingthenightaway.com and use the subject line “STNA Guest Post”
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- articles is original content, not copy and paste from somewhere else
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- images you would like included in the post
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Meet some of our regular contributors….
Rabid stitcher and mother of two toddlers. Stitching is like going to war….with string!
I started playing with string when I was 16 and my mom bought me a Learn-A-Craft kit of a frog (because I love frogs). I discovered that cross stitching is a wonderful hobby when you go to college in the middle of nowhere Minnesota. Now that I’m married with two toddlers, I stitch when I get a chance.
I’ve been cross stitching for over 25 years and last year I put two of my hobbies – Camping and Cross Stitch – together and now design and sell camping themed cross stitch patterns and kits. It’s been a lot of fun and I’ve met new cross stitch friends who camp too! My site is Camp Cross Stitch and I also have a camping website that is a work in progress- www.TheCampSite.com If you are a camper come over and say Hi!
I have been studying and working with various forms of needlework for the past ten or more years. I look to the stitching community for insights and expansion on my lifelong studies. My favorites are blackwork designs or projects with minimal needle changes that focus on the pattern, not necessarily the color. My completed portfolio is available publicly on Flickr. You can also find me on Twitter, Pinterest, Etsy, stitchbyrachel.com and of course on Facebook
How to know you have the right Shaunterria? Are they a bibliophile, gamer, wife, mother of two, cross-stitching introverted movie-music-sci fi lover? If yes, you have found the right one. Although there’s only three or four of us to start with. So there’s that.
I’ve been stitching for 35 years now after first learning to needlepoint at the age of 6. A day is not complete unless my needle, floss and fabric meet. My quest to learn more & grow in my craft never ends. I’m hoping that some day my cross stitch “empire” can be my full-time job and retirement. Hey, we all have to have dreams! 🙂
Etsy Shop: http://www.stitchnmomma.etsy.com