The latest issue of XStitch Magazine is a murder mystery in fifteen patterns, featuring an eclectic selection of darkly delicious designs from some of the best in the business!
As well as the designs, there is the usual range of great articles, including a terrific artist profile of Rita Sada and, in what might be a first for a cross stitch magazine, we’ve got a ten page crime comic as well!
If you’ve not tried the magazine yet, this is a great place to start. We’ve got reader contributions and techniques that will help you get started, so get your copy now!
Can you unravel the mystery?
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