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Subversive cross stitch projects have been around for quite some time, but they never cease to amuse me. Before I make or buy a piece of art, I try to think of where in the house I will put it up. Each of these do a good job of suggesting a specific room or place they should be displayed. Most of the links below each photo will take you to an online shop where you can buy the original work, or a pattern to make your own.

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Definitely a bathroom piece.

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This one could also fit well in the bathroom.

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Another very obvious bathroom choice.

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For use with your books or display in your office space.

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This one could go in the kitchen, perhaps.

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I’m thinking this could go well with the bar area if you have one.

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A definite must for the kitchen or bar.

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In your front foyer, a welcome message for guests. Free pattern download for this one.

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Again, bar or kitchen would work well for this one.

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For the nursery, of course.

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This one would be charming in a kitchen, or even a garage/workshop (loose connection to tools here).

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One more for the kitchen!

Agnes Niewiadomski

Maker Extraordinaire from Kitchener/Waterloo, Ontario.
Lover of all things CNC and handmade.

agnesmakes.com
@agawaffle


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