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Vintage cross stitch

Posted on2024-02-27 214
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Cross stitch in vintage style




Vintage style cross stitch is characterised by traditional styles and designs that refer to design from the past, usually from the 1920s to the 1950s, and are often the inspiration for contemporary patterns. 


Vintage cross stitch is mainly:

Old objects - patterns showing things that were used in previous eras.

Colours - patterns where muted and subtle colours create the illusion of ageing and fading.

Finishing - patterns with added lace or an ornate gilded frame that give the impression of something from the past.

Retro aesthetics - classic patterns, iconic motifs characterised by nostalgia for times gone by.

Our latest clock patterns are inspired by the vintage style. With these, you can literally be transported back in time, especially as they can also be fully functioning clocks with a clockwork mechanism.


Can vintage be modern?

Of course it can. If only because we can use the latest technology when embroidering a vintage-style pattern. All our latest patterns can be embroidered with our Coricamo Cross Stitch application. Not only is it modern this way, but it's also environmentally friendly, as there's no need to use paper. Why not give it a try? When you buy a cross stitch kit, you can buy the design for your phone up to 99% off!



Where to buy patterns for clock cross stitch?

You will find many vintage-themed patterns in our shop. Our latest vintage style clocks are just part of Coricamo's extensive collection of patterns.

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