Mill Hill Quick and Easy Cross Stitch

Mill Hill Quick and Easy Cross Stitch

Mill Hill Quick and Easy Cross Stitch

Looking for a quick and easy cross stitch idea? A Mill Hill bead kit just may be your answer! Watch this video to see how easy it can be.

 

As a small kit, the Mill Hill kit actually takes very little space to set up and your work station can even be portable and mobile. Here’s a sneak peek at my little work station.

picture of cross stitch work station quick and easy cross stitch mill hill bead kit scissors thread pincushion alicia dr hankins alicia hankins

 

Now, just because they are a quick and easy cross stitch project, don’t let that fool you into thinking that they are anything but absolutely beautiful when done up. These little kits pack glittery greatness in them with all their beautiful beads and delectable thread colors. The best little addition to them is their quintessential button that comes with the kit! What a perfect little add on!

Be careful now, you may get so addicted to these cute little quick and easy cross stitch kits that you may not know when to stop. After all, you’ll have to make them all up right?

There are so many varieties of kits. I chose the kits that are of little houses and shops. These are part of the Mill Hill houses that they offer. But, you know how the world of cross stitch goes, there are many different themes and options to choose from. You’ll love the variety and have lots to choose from.

If you’re just starting out, you could easily follow their directions and complete a wonderful beaded project. If you an expert stitcher, you’ll love this small quick and easy cross stitch project as a welcomed break from your longer stitch project.

Ready for your own quick and easy cross stitch kit?

I’m sure you’d agree, always support your Local Needlework Shop. If you’re in Hawaii, our friends are at Fiddlesticks Too in Honolulu.

If you don’t have a local shop nearby, I’ve always had excellent service from online store 123stitch.com You may want to check them out.

Have you tried any of these kits? Which one(s) did you do? I’d love to hear about it and even see a picture of your creation. Comment in the space below so we can share and see the different types of beading goodness that is out there.

We’ve created our own frames for these kits because I want a frame with a glass or protector not an open frame where my stitching is open to the elements. Are you interested in seeing the frame too? Do you frame your projects under a cover or open? Hope to hear from you soon!

Go ahead, have some fun!

Smiles,
Alicia

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