3-D Cross Stitch Book

  • Posted on August 15, 2008 at 11:19 pm

I received a lovely bit of mail today. The post man brought me my copy of 3-D Cross Stitch. If you’ve never taken a look at this book, I highly recommend that you do. I was first captivated by the potpourri houses that are featured on the cover, but then I used the Look Inside feature on Amazon and found that there is also an entire, adorable village that you can stitch. Well, call me sold! I’ve had it on my Amazon wish list for a little while and decided to get it while I was ordering some of my textbooks for school. The only wrinkle? Amazon doesn’t have it for sale from them directly anymore. You have to get it from one of their marketplace sellers. This turned out to be no problem and I was able to get the hardbound version of the book for less than $4. Even better, it was in perfect shape when it arrived – in brand new condition! I was pleasantly surprised. I paged through it and was in love all over again. It really is a nice book, full of some pretty neat projects. Now, all I need is time and materials!

5 Comments on 3-D Cross Stitch Book

  1. Barbara says:

    Oh boy, more awesome projects from Jenna to look forward to!

  2. Angela says:

    Yup, I think I NEED that.

  3. Clara L. Williams says:

    The 3-D Cross-stitch book is awesome. I checked it out on Amazon and ended upr oredering it also, and the price was great.

  4. Anne R says:

    I’ve got it as well – but of course about a gazillion projects have turned up that I HAVE to do first, so the book is still in my stash just waiting… I can’t wait for the day when I actually have NOTHING in line and I can spend a week or two just choosing what to do next. Ever heard of Utopia???

  5. Jennifer says:

    I have the exact same book, purchased on Half.com. I originally picked up a copy at the library just to see what was in it, and decided I had to have it for myself. I started working on Lavendar House for my Bride’s Tree, but alas, it got put to the side with moving and other projects.

    There’s some SERIOUSLY cute stuff in that book though!!!

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