What is Stitchery Crossover?
Stitchery Crossover is a technique created by Joan Ford of Hummingbird Highway to combine charted embrodery (like cross stitch or blackwork) with quilting techniques. Certainly, cross stitch and quilting have been combined before; however, the Stitchery Crossover technique involves adding borders of stitchery inbetween quilt fabric borders.
Stitchery Crossover is also a membership program or club offered by the Hummingbird Highway to explore new techniques to combine quilting and charted stitchery.
Why can't I see the some of the pages under this website tab?
Since Stitchery Crossover is a paid membership program, access to certain parts of the Stitchery Crossover topic are restricted to club members only. To get updates on Stitchery Crossover projects, all are welcome to join the Good Migrations newsletter list. It's free! And it's available to all who are interested in a weekly dose of quilty and stitchy fun!
What is Charted Stitchery?
For purposes of this membership group, charted stitchery includes counted or charted hand stitching done on even weave cloth.
How Can I Join Stitchery Crossover?
The Stitchery Crossover membership program is undergoing some exciting changes. Membership is currently closed to new members but will re-launch later in 2020. To add yourself to the interest list so you can receive the most current information about the program's re-introduction, CLICK HERE and fill in the interest form to add your name to our "Very Special Stitchers Interest List!"