Wednesday, 27 February 2019

Bookish Cross Stitch - The Geeky Stitching Company

If you didn't check out my first post in this series about bookish cross stitch (you should do, here is the link for you!) then just to update you, I like to cross stitch. For me, I find it incredibly relaxing to stick on a good audio book and just stitch away.

There are so many cute book related cross stitch patterns out there so I have made it my mission to share some of my favourites with you and to try and get as many people cross stitching as possible.

The Geeky Stitching Company


The Geeky Stitching Company has been one of my favourite go to places for a couple of years now. They have really cute kits that can be stitched up in a few hours and contain everything you need. I love purchasing these kits for my friends who have never cross stitched before as it's just such a great introduction into the world of cross stitch.

For my blog post today I stitched the Don't Let the Muggles Get You Down kit, which is a quote from Harry Potter. I love this quote and think it looks really cute surrounded by more traditional cross stitch flower designs. There are quite a few Harry Potter kits on the website too, including an adorable Luna Lovegood one that I definitely need to stitch.

New patterns come in all the time and they even offer a monthly subscription box. I was subscribed for a while and all of the patterns were incredibly cute but I often found them piling up because I go through phases of loving to stitch and then not wanting to touch a piece for months. All of the patterns on the site are very cute and kawaii themed with loads of unicorns, food and quotes, seriously I am gushing but The Geeky Stitching Company just makes such lovely kits, I really do recommend them!

Oh and if anyone is interested, I listened to Sadie on Audible whilst stitching. Really enjoyed the book but as it is part podcast I really recommend listening to the audio version. It has a full voice cast and the production is fantastic.

Have you ever purchased from Geeky Stitching Company? Do you cross stitch at all? If so would love some pattern recommendations to check out!
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  1. ive not cross stitched in a long time tbh. il have to share this w my friend to see if she knows about this company :)

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  2. Oh this looks amazing! I always want to get more crafty and make cute bookish stuff... but I'm also useless so a kit would probably be the best way to go :D x

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