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Benedict Cumberstitch: Cross Stitch Mr Cumberbatch in 15 Great Patterns
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Colleen Carrington
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Benedict Cumberstitch: Cross Stitch Mr Cumberbatch in 15 Great Patterns

Colleen Carrington


9780857833242

Kyle Cathie


Fiction-related items;
Embroidery crafts


Paperback

96 pages

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You've watched all his films, you've coloured him in, and, let's face it, you've tried out how your signature would look with 'Cumberbatch' at the end of it - now it's time to get stitching! Benedict Cumberstitch is your unofficial guide to creating a series of amazing cross stitch designs featuring the Cumberbatch in all his glory. Beginners can quickly pick up the simple yet addictive art of cross stitch, and seasoned stitchers will be delighted by the range of designs on offer. Whether you want to see him smouldering in a tuxedo, delivering a soliloquy as Hamlet, or photobombing with the best of them, there's sure to be patterns here to satisfy even the most dedicated of Cumberbitches.

By:   Colleen Carrington
Imprint:   Kyle Cathie
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 298mm,  Width: 214mm,  Spine: 6mm
Weight:   298g
ISBN:   9780857833242
ISBN 10:   0857833243
Pages:   96
Publication Date:   September 2015
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Colleen Carrington is a cross stitch designer. She has been running a successful novelty cross stitch shop, The World in Stitches, on Etsy since 2012. www.etsy.com/uk/shop/theworldinstitches


'you can now stitch Cumberbatch in all his glory with the help of 15 creative, 'tongue-in-cheek' patterns, featuring the star in various guises: smouldering in a tuxedo; soliloquizing as Hamlet and, of course, as Sherlock himself.' --The Bookseller

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