New Section: "Most Recent April 17 2018, 0 Comments

Quick update. With over 700 charts now available in the store, how do you find out what's new since your last visit? 

Problem solved, our new "Most Recent" section has ALL charts listed chronologically, starting with, you guessed it, the mostly recently listed designs. 

Its now really easy to stay up to speed with all of the latest cutting edge CrassCross designs. 

As always, thanks for your support. 

And don't forget, you can save 30% off your order through the end of April 2018 by entering "SPRING18" at checkout!

Please note: This section lists ALL patterns, some of which are NSFW. 

700 Charts and a 30% off sale! (EXPIRED APRIL 30, 2018) April 11 2018, 0 Comments

This promotion has expired. 

Big milestone here at CrassCross. We just hit 700 charts and we're not even close to being done. Thank each and every one of you for the support through the years.

To celebrate this milestone, we're having a Spring Cleaning sale. Just enter code "SPRING18" at checkout and knock 30% off your price. 

No minimum.

No limit.

This sale ends at 11:59PM Seattle Time (PDT) Monday, April 30th.

Start shopping by clicking this LINK and the discount is automatically applied!




Custom Designs April 04 2018, 0 Comments

One of my favorite things about running is the opportunity to work directly with my customers on pieces meaningful to them. Sure, they may have come for something already in my store to begin with. But some come back again, this time wanting something specifically for them. Something special that will, I like to think, maybe become a family heirloom. 

That's why I do custom designs. 

I've done dogs (both alive and since passed), family members (both alive and since passed), children, parents, birth and wedding announcements, risque selfies, sunsets, cars, and cats (both alive and since passed). 

One of my favorites was for a regular customer, let's call her "Rachel" because her name is Rachel, who wanted a Christmas ornament featuring her departed father, a cop in uniform. She wanted to hang it on the tree every year so he would never miss the holiday. What a great idea, I thought. 

We tried to fit the image in a 3" or 4" hoop, but the clarity wasn't good enough. Some pictures work, some don't. But at 6", Rachel got a nice fat ornament that will forever garnish their tree. 

To close, I can do this for you, too. Just email me at and let me know what you want. Please send a picture and specify desired cloth color and size to get the ball rolling. As with Rachel and her dad, I'll gladly work with you to make the best keepsake.

I look forward to hearing from you!



White vs Black Aida Cloth October 08 2015, 0 Comments

I've been a big fan of black Aida cloth since my early days of designing cross stitch patterns. I love the contrast of darkness against the vibrant colors of the floss. By removing the darker colors from pictures I intentionally make darker, my patterns make use of negative space in what I've come to call "minimalism". I'm not sure if this is an appropriate use of the word or not, but that's what I'm going with.

Over the last couple of years, I've had the occasional comment that perhaps too many of my offerings utilize black cloth and this technique. It's just recently come to mind that this may be a reason my sales are a little lighter than I thought they would be at this point in my crafting career.

That said, while not abandoning a style I've come to call my own, I realize that my product line needs a bit more diversity. I've already begun adding patterns on white Aida cloth and will continue to build my inventory in this fashion. 

Of course, with over 400 patterns for sale in my store, a majority on black cloth, the ratio of white to black may not seem too apparent right away. Give it time and I'm sure you'll start to see the change as well.

As always, if there are patterns or subject matter you'd like to see in my store, white or black, please don't hesitate to contact me at 

Thank you for your patronage and happy stitching!


Pete Seazle


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