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Danielle of Thompson Family-Life created this gorgeous cross-stitch peg board and shares the basics of how she made it. She was inspired by a design from a vintage needlearts book and freehanded it on to the board. A couple of years ago, I did my own version of stitched peg board, but Danielle’s blows it out of the water. I love the idea of using the pegboard as a canvas for canvas’ sake, and not needing to use it in the traditional peg-board-storage way. It’s brilliant and beautiful and totally customizable.

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