3D Cross Stitch Cards

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Meg Evershed of The Nutmeg Company presents 40 new three-dimensional cross stitch card designs. The imaginative designs are stitched on perforated paper, which can be folded and cut out to produce freestanding 3D cards, plus gift bags and boxes.  An ideal book for cross stitchers looking to develop their craft.

There are cards for special occasions such as an anniversary, new baby, moving home, retirement, wedding or Christmas, plus invitations, and cards that are perfect for personal messages.

Stitch the cards from the charts supplied in the ebook – they are easy to print out on a home printer. This is an ‘enhanced ebook’ – included are video clips of Meg demonstrating techniques.

Download file size: 530Mb Zip file
ISBN: 978-1-906314-15-6

This ebook has embedded video clips that are viewable using Adobe Acrobat Reader (free) on a computer but not the app on a phone or iPad. The videos are also included in a separate folder if you can’t see the ones in the book. On iOS, the Dropbox app will play the complete book including embedded video.

Additional information

Weight 0.1 kg
Ebook Type (download or CD-ROM)

Downloadable ebook, Physical cd-rom

4 reviews for 3D Cross Stitch Cards

  1. Vivienne

    Meg Evershed is the queen of constructional cross stitch with her clever designs worked on perforated paper. Here is a new collection of over 40 projects presented as an ‘ebook’ . . . a disc containing all the instructions, charts and images you need, along with video showing the basic techniques. The imaginative designs include projects for all occasions to create cards to treasure. Using the disc is easy and you can print out charts as and when you need them. You can work from the charts onscreen and if you usually enlarge your charts you can do it instantly with the zoom. – New Stitches

  2. Vivienne

    ‘Take stitching into the third dimension with a CD of designs by meg Evershed. 3D Cross Stitch Cards has 40 designs in PDF format, which make cards, bags and boxes for all occasions.’ – Cross Stitch Collection

  3. Vivienne

    this book has integrated video clips demonstrating techniques and . . . in-book links that take you with ease from one section to the other.
    . . the cards are truly stunning. Each project links to the techniques you’ll need, provides a list of what you’ll need (including the thread colours),step by step instructions, a chart and a photo of the finished card so you know what you are aspiring to. They include colour and stitch variations of many of the cards to show how they can be used for different occasions by just making a small change. There’s a useful section at the back of the book talking you through the equipment you will need and what to do with it. There are also alphabets and numbers at the end of the book so you can create your own personal message to go on the front of the cards. There are also more techniques at the back of the book, guiding you through the different stitches, as well as a trouble shooting section. If you are looking to make cross stitch cards I think this book is ideal, and the video clips would give you more guidance that you would get from a paper book. – The Sewing Directory

  4. Vivienne

    I was looking forward to this being published, having bought her kits from craft shows.
    It combines 2 great crafts to produce cards and gift bags with a huge wow factor, made in cross stitch. The projects are not difficult to make and the patterns are simple to follow. Something unique and different in card making.
    Review submitted on 2010-09-05 @ 08:51am by Carole

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