Cross-stitch is the oldest form of embroidery and can be found all over the world since the middle ages. Many folk museums show examples of clothing decorated with cross-stitch, especially from continental Europe and Asia.
Traditionally, cross-stitch was used to embellish items like household linens, tablecloths and other traditional home dec items Although there are many cross-stitchers who still employ it in this fashion, it is now increasingly popular to work the pattern on fashion pieces as well.
If you have a mySewnet Platinum Subscription you will have access to the cross stitch module where you can create your own designs. This is a fun and easy way of digitizing.
You can use the step-by-step wizard to turn an image into a cross stitch design or set the crosses yourself one by one or as fills. with or without a background image.
The size of the crosses can be set in the Design Properties where you also can set the thread count and create a handlook to them.
This small T-Rex is a cross stitch logo on a T-shirt that will make a dinosaur-loving boy really happy!