54th out of 68 books — 12 voters
Love Kills Slowly Cross-Stitch: 30 Cross-Stitch Patterns from Ed Hardy
This ain't your grandmother's cross-stitch. Ed Hardy's Love Kills Slowly Cross-Stitch is a counted cross-stitch book for a new generation of crafters. From pierced hearts to images of skulls and crossbones, Hardy's colorful, tattoo-inspired designs are perfect for stitchers looking for something bold and graphic. Each pattern comes complete with a full-color illustration o...more
Paperback, 96 pages
Published November 30th 2010 by Andrews McMeel Publishing
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If you're looking for cheesy, sloppy, messy splash tattoo type of designs this is the perfect book for you. If you're not...run away. The designs look sloppy and messy. I'm pretty sure I've seen a variation of most of the designs in the temporary tattoos you can get for $0.50 out of gumball machines. The only thing out of this book that I would consider using is the alphabet at the end; and even then, not that likely.