POPSUGAR Love Cute I Want This! by GiggleSugar 12/12/08 4 Shares Like us on Facebook Sign up for our daily newsletter > But I guess I will have to make it myself! I've been meaning to learn how to cross-stitch! Source Read More Cross StitchCuteCatsCraftsHumor Cats 2 Cats Rescued From Alabama River by Good Samaritans Oxford Dictionary Is Totally a Cat Lady — Cat Cafe Officially Added to the Books Set Up Your Own Puppy Cam in 6 Easy Steps 10 of the Sweetest Cat Collars From Etsy Cute This Toddler Singing a Les Mis Tune Will Make Your Heart Swell 16 Reasons to Adopt a New Puppy 39 of the Cutest Animals We Ever Did See 13 Not-So-Scary Black Cats POPSUGAR, the #1 independent media and technology company for women. Where more than 75 million women go for original, inspirational content that feeds their passions and interests. Get Inspired With Our Living Newsletter Personalize Home DIY Vegetarian Tech Food Love and Sex Sign up with facebook or By signing up, I agree to the Terms and to receive emails from POPSUGAR. MissSushi 6 years cross stitching is SO simple! its the easiest sewing type thing out there, in my opinion. I started it really young, my first one was a precious moments mouse and cheese, lol. i still have it. our cats favorite annoying past time is to run through the house digging their claws into the carpet as much as possible to wake up us, the puppies, and ultimately the baby. missangelique999 6 years Or they will steal the food off your plate as soon as your back is turned like mine does! No puking yet though.. Seitan 6 years I do plenty of crafts and I can safely say that I'd rather sit through another root canal than ever do another cross stitch project. momma-tikita 6 years Or you can send it to someone who knows how to stich already...give them the hint for a present! ;) It is really cute! Punk-Glam-Queen 6 years :ROTFL: Love that one! My very first cross stitch project is a pillow that sits proudly on my living room love seat. It says "Bite Me". I got the idea from a book called "Subversive Cross Stitch" by Julie Jackson. Great if you want to learn and make projects that aren't the "norm".