The Origin Of Hot Cross Buns – Saint Clare Of Assisi By: Bob and Penny Lord | Feb 8th 2010 – Most of us are not aware of the origin of hot cross buns. Well Saint Clare of Assisi is responsible for them. Here is the account: We want to relate to you the story of Saint Clare of Assisi and the Hot Cross buns. Tags: An Overview Of Cross Country Ski Gear By: Steve Washburn | Jan 23rd 2010 – Cross country skiing can be traced back to some of the earliest times in history. People in countries such as Scandinavia, where the winters were harsh, had to attach wood boards to their feet and poles to their hands with straps in order to travel through the snow. Also, armies have used it to navigate through snow. Howeve … Tags: My Grandmother, My Faith, And The Cross By: Art Gib | Jan 19th 2010 – My grandmother was my morning and evening star. The cross necklace she gave me was an emblem of the love and faith she passed on to me. 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Tags: Creating A Cross Stitch Bookmark For Someone Special By: John Wigham.. | Sep 3rd 2007 – Most cross stitch fans love creating something special for family and friends. Often, they stitch a card to commemorate a special occasion or holiday. These cards are beautiful and are greatly admired by their recipients. But after a time, the cards are stored away and forgotten. A better idea might be to give a specially d … Tags: Where Does A Cross Stitch Beginner Start? By: Geordie Johnny | Aug 25th 2007 – Can’t wait to get started stitching a cross stitch project? Well, before you find yourself in over your head, take some time to learn the basics. If you are a cross stitch beginner, don’t start out by taking on a project that’s too complicated for you. Pick a pattern that’s suitable for your skill level. Start out with some … Tags: I’d Like More Cross Stitch Friends. 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However, there are some things you need to know about beads so you can make sure they are appropriate for your project. There are also some tips you can use to ensure that cross stitching with beads is fun rat … Tags: Cross Stitch Bookmarks: A Great Alternative To Cards By: John Wigham | Jul 12th 2007 – As cross stitchers, we love to create personalised cards for our nearest and dearest on birthdays, at Christmas or other special times. The chances are that these cards are much appreciated by the recipients, displayed prominently for a few days, and then perhaps placed in a drawer or a cupboard, where they will stay for ma … Tags: How To Clean Your Cross Stitch Pictures By: John Wigham | Jun 29th 2007 – After you spend many hours creating a beautiful cross stitch picture, the last thing you want to do is damage it during cleaning. Many experts suggest you always clean your projects when you finish to remove the oils left behind when you touched the cloth. 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So continue reading then pay a visit to your local craft shop and start your cross stitching career… Tags: How To Create Your Very Own Cross-stitch Sampler By: John Wigham | Feb 5th 2007 – A cross-stitch sampler is a decorative piece of work designed to showcase an eye catching variety of motifs, alphabets, and stitches, thereby displaying the stitcher’s skill and creativity. Samplers are "busy" patterns with their variety of… Tags: Cross Stitch And Men – Crossing The Gender Barrier By: John Wigham | Jan 28th 2007 – Surprisingly, many men love to pull out those needles and threads to cross-stitch projects that they enjoy. It possibly starts out as a means of simply relieving stress. Since Cross Stitch is not considered "manly", it causes many people to wonder about the men who love to cross-stitch and leads to a number of interesting q … Tags: How To Celebrate Weddings And Anniversaries In Cross-stitch By: John Wigham | Jan 7th 2007 – A wedding or anniversary is a time to celebrate and be joyful, but it can also be time to get creative and personal with your cross-stitch craft, so why not give something that comes from your heart so they can always have that special reminder… Tags: 3 Great Tricks Performed By Cross Stitch Professionals By: John Wigham | Dec 28th 2006 – It doesn’t matter whether you are a beginner or an experienced cross-stitch stitcher, you want your finished picture to look as good as possible. But getting that professional look takes practice and skill, so here are three great tricks the professionals use to make their designs look better than the rest… Tags: Cross Stitch Working With The Needle By: Alan MacLachlan | Aug 30th 2006 – Cross stitch is a traditional type of embroidery that can be adapted to either simple or complex designs. With the help of a needle and skeins of thread small cross stitches are made on the cross stitch fabric. Initially cross stitch were used to decorate the house linen, as pictures on the walls and to put on clothes for d … Tags: Enhanced Online Features At Blue Cross Blue Shield Help You By: Frank Brown | Mar 7th 2006 – Blue Cross/Blue Shield has been helping Americans receive affordable healthcare for decades. Without its existence, millions of hard-working American citizens would not receive the kind of care and treatment they deserve, especially after decades of paying taxes and helping to grow this great and prosperous nation. … Tags: 相关的主题文章: