The Best FlossTube Channels

We round up some of the best flosstubers around as submitted by our users, ordered by follower count. Updated November 2019

Cross Stitch With Luda
A Ukranian cross stitcher, Luda posts every video in both English and her native Ukrainian. The videos are informative, well lit, professionally filmed and have a vlog feel about them.
Priscilla & Chelsea
The dual cross stitchers Priscilla & Chelsea not only have a flosstube once a week, but also feature smaller videos on fancy floss. They work together fantastically, and always answer questions from the comments; there is a real community here.
Vonna Pfeiffer
Vonna, or the Twisted Stitcher as many know her, posts once a month, and whilst more structured as others on this list, so much happens in Vonna’s life that its always packed with cross stitch and information!
Carolyn Mazzeo
Carolyn sadly hasn’t posted in some time, but her back catalogue of videos is a gold mine of information and HAED accomplishments and as a result still deserves a place on our list.
Nicola Parkman
Nicola, from Hands Across the Sea is a fantastic flosstuber with class and style. She is designer and educator of British Antique samplers. Really fascinating and informative videos.
Teresa Little Stitcher
A British flosstuber with a lot of positive attitude and some great popular cross stitch patterns stitched up. Funny and rather infectious.
Country Stitchers
Traditional stitches, with great rapport between the flosstubers, and great to stitch along to.
Speaking quickly, but with a great level of energy and a good look at their cross stitch worlds, JustKeepStitching have weekly flosstubes.
Brenda and the Serial Starter
A great pair of friends come together to go through their country sampler cross stitch. Great rapport and their stitching is beautiful.
Off the Grid Needlearts
Not just Flosstube videos, but a whole bunch of cross stitch goodness through the week. Her “stitch with me” series once a week is also a great way to calm down whilst cross stitching yourself.
A little more personal and less glitzy than some on this list, the KittenStitcher gives a really good insight into her cross stitch world, whilst talking about some of the weirder things in her life. Also, its cat heavy.
Stitchin’ Mommy
Shorter weekly videos with a real mix of cross stitch from super traditional to super modern, small to massive. A great flosstuber, who also designs patterns you can stitch along with.
Nicole’s Needlework
Shorter episodes with a traditional cross stitch heavy offering, with a great mix of samplers, challenges and chat.
Ginger Gerald Stitcher
The first male cross stitcher on the list, Gerald is young, has a high level of production value, and are really great videos. However unlike others, his videos are usually sub-15 minutes.
A very well lit flosstube offering allows you to see a lot more of the stitches than others on the list. It tends to be almost 100% cross stitch, with no life stories, but that allows lindystitches to pack her videos with tips, tricks, info, and techniques you might not be used to.
Mischievous Stitches
Smaller videos on a more regular basis, mischievous stitches gives us updates on all things stitchy in her life, with more than one video a week.
Saltbox Stitcher
Hour long videos once a month, giving us updates on traditional samplers and prim stitching. She’s been on flosstube for little over a year, but has a great following thanks to her nearly 40 years cross stitching.
The Needle Bugg Karen Bugg
Unlike other flosstubes, Karen Bugg gives us more techniques and tips, in particular her diagonal stitching style.
Cathy Habermann
A fortnightly update, Cathy gives you an insight into the world of a designer, instead of a standard stitcher. If you’ve ever wanted to know what its like for a designer, Cathy is a great place to start.
All videos are in Spanish, with most being re-released in English as well. The videos tend to focus more on the threads, tools and techniques used rather than completions or starts.
Jessie Marie Does Stuff
A mixed bag of tips, challenges and other topics, Jessie Marie tends to stick to large projects and stitches on the back of challenges and tasks on a monthly basis to keep lots of projects going at once.
Stitching In Sequins
Despite the name, there really isn’t much sequin chat, and is purely cross stitch and related topics. A mix of very short and longer videos. Tends to shift between traditional and modern stitches meaning you get a great variance of content.
Jan Hicks
Jan posts daily cross stitch videos, which cover a whole raft of topics, but also includes a flosstube every month too.
Stitching Jules
A little more standard as flosstube videos go, Jules takes us through her world of truly epic cross stitches.
Kindred Stitcher
Focusing on traditional cross stitch with occasional guest stars.
Stitch ALL The Things
A weekly flosstube, with more than just cross stitch. She also has a seriously good craft space behind her.
Flannel Jammies Farm
A high production value, with a great selection of guests, fun and field trips.
halfstitch cross stitch
A slightly different take on flossstube, she records a small segment every day, and combines them for a weekly cross stitch update.
The Crafty Curator
Longer videos on a fortnightly basis, with a great incusion of cross stitch. Her videos improve all the time, and she’ll soon be a well known name.
The second male on our list, a fairly traditional cross stitch floss tube, with a good amount of stitch goodness.
Julie McConnell

A flosstube channel from an avoid cross stitcher, but also a cross stitch shop owner.
Gulf Coast Stitcher
A weekly update from a cross stitch pattern seller, with a verge towards traditional.
Amy Loves Toads
Despite the name, the her love of toads, there really isn’t much talk of animals. Instead, Amy is fairly new to the flosstube world, and her smile and positive attitude are infectious.
Leslie Hurley
A real varied mix of traditional flosstube videos, demos, and techniques, Leslie has a great channel. There are the occassional kitten videos, but they’re clearly marked, and don’t get in the way of her usual video schedule.
Michelle Bendy Stitchy
Probably the youngest person on this list, Michelle has a great flosstube with multiple camera angles to give close up shots.
Shirl McKinney Tranquil Stitches
Shirl creates videos on a weekly basis usually, however also includes a series of smaller segments throughout the week.
Sunshine Stitchers
Sunshine stitchers follows the stitching activity of a whole group of cross stitchers, with three mixed sex presenters most weeks.
Lost in Floss
Fairly new to the youtube scene lost in floss create monthly video updates.
Jen Lee
A fairly new channel, Jen updates us once a month with her new projects, and has more than most people on the go at once.
A British flosstuber with a traditional edge. Also includes a lot of her life as well as cross stitch.
Javagirl Stitches
Very very new to youtube, yet a fantastic repour with the camera.
AndreaC – iHeartCrossStitch
Hour long monthly updates of cross stitch in a mostly kitsch style.
CraftyCreative Clare
Short videos, but a detailed look at her cross stitch world.
Established for a long time, but doesn’t have a great following as her videos aren’t marked as flosstubes. Her great selling feature is her insanely funny videos and take on life.
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All of the channels featured above post regularly (once a month minimum over the last year), and their content is about cross stitch at least 75% of the time. All flosstubers have been submitted by our users and must have at least 1000 followers on their main video platform.



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