1371RE: [WKneedle] Upright Cross Question/Help
- Sep 24, 2008I could be wrong as I do not have the book in front of me but there is a book with images of Mary, Queen of Scots needlework. The samples you are looking for I think are in that collection of images.
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> Subject: [WKneedle] Upright Cross Question/Help
> Years ago, upright cross was listed as an approved stitch for the
> WKNG, and I completed a bookmark for adjudication. The upright
> crosses look like little plus signs. It was a fun, unique stitch, and
> I really enjoyed doing the piece.
> Jumping ahead to present day, I'm now getting ready to teach a class
> in crossed stitches. I've searched high and low for months, but I
> can't find any documentation for upright cross. Does anyone know of
> at least one example of upright cross being used in period? Is it
> still an approved stitch? I'd appreciate any help you could give.
> Thanks so much.
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