Want your family motto made up into a kit? Want to have a new baby's name to stitch up for their nursery? Or perhaps you just have a favourite phrase or saying that would be perfect as a Stitchsperation artwork for your wall?
This is the place for you! This listing is for one custom kit with any of my existing fabric colour combinations. I will work with you to create the pattern, offering up to 2 artwork revisions.
Please contact me before purchasing to make sure I am able to help you out - firstname.lastname@example.org. This option is great for short quotes or names. There is a maximum character count of 40 for custom kits to avoid making them too large for the fabric or losing the quality of the text.
These kits do take longer to prepare so please allow 2-3 weeks for your kit to arrive. I will contact you using the email address used to place the order, please look out for my email!
Custom Stitchsperation Kit
Aida or Evenweave?
Both these fabrics produce the same size design.
Aida is what I call, 'traditional' cross stitch fabric. If you did cross stitch as a kid, you probably did it on this. The holes are very obvious and you can clearly see where the stitches go. Aida is quite stiff and and doesn't always require a frame or hoop to stitch on. Stitchsperation kits come with 14ct aida which means your design will have 14 stitches per inch. This is perfect for beginners.
Evenweave may seem a little tricker as there are lots of holes, but produces a very clean background which can make the finished kit look like a print from a distance. The term evenweave applies to any fabric that is "evenly woven", so it has the same number of threads per inch in both the vertical and horizontal directions, and all the threads have the same thickness. Evenweave has more drape than aida so it's great if you want to make your finished piece into a cushion or bag. Stitchsperation kits come with 28ct evenweve, this means there are 28 stitches per inch if you stitch through every hole but the trick with evenweave is to stitch through every other hole, therefore getting 14 stitches per inch - the same as the aida!