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Boruto: Naruto Next Generations

2009.03.13 03:55 FunnyBoyz Boruto: Naruto Next Generations

Everything related to the Naruto and Boruto series goes here. Although you could also talk about the topping too.

2016.07.04 00:39 Moooooooooon Naruto Online

The main subreddit for the official licensed Naruto Online MMORPG.

2013.06.29 03:50 Ricardo1991 CSS PlayGround

Just Testing

2023.06.01 14:26 upbstock Top increases in stock option open interest $PFE $AMZN $SOFI $NVDA $CLF $PLUG $AAPL $NVDA

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2023.06.01 14:26 NoSolution369 Destashing more from my collection, will anyone give them a new home?~

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2023.06.01 14:26 LumiTraders ES - Pre-market Plan - June 1, 2023

ES - Pre-market Plan - June 1, 2023
Bullish Scenario - Yesterday, we saw a sell-off into the Liquidity Area, as I mentioned in my pre-market plan. This area is significant as it attracts many large players looking to fill their orders. I consider this area to be a support zone.
It would be favorable if the price holds above the NY Midnight Open Price at 4193.00 and bounces towards 4206. This level represents my final projection based on the ITL and also fills the 5-minute Breakaway Gap.
If the price breaks above the 4214 level, my next long target would be 4220, which aligns with the CBDR 1 Standard Deviation Projection. There is a BSL at 4227, followed by another BSL at 4232. It is highly likely that the 4227 level will be easily tested once reached.
However, it's important to note that there is still an untested BSL at 4245. As long as the price remains above 4200, I anticipate a potential bounce towards the 4-hour Order Block at 4265. Additionally, there is a Point of Interest (POI) above the daily Order Block.
Pay close attention to the price action around the 4265-4270 area, as it holds significant importance and could potentially trigger a substantial sell-off.
On the upside, if there is a break above 4288, it would provide an excellent opportunity for a quick trade targeting the 4306-4312 level. It's worth noting that the Weekly Volume Imbalance is situated at 4306-4314, further adding importance to this area.
Bearish Scenario - A break below 4193.00 will lead us to the first target at 4187. The Liquidity Area is located between 4180 and 4171.25. If the price breaks below 4171.25, it will test the 15-minute Order Block just below it, with my key zone at 4167-4164.
Once the price drops below 4164, I will consider short positions with a target at 4154.75. The SSL is at 4146.00, and there is also a 2-minute Breakaway Gap at 4144.50-4143.00, which lines up with the IPDA 20-day Equilibrium at 4145.00, serving as my final key level for shorts.
Key Levels for long trades today: 4213, 4222, 4245
Key Levels for short trades today: 4185, 4165, 4145
15m - 1h
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2023.06.01 14:23 imokayurokay A wake up call: realizing my disordered eating is much worse than I thought

Late last year I became a person who does cardio and strength training every day. I lost 20 lbs. For the last 3 months I haven't lost a single one. My diet has been shit, too. I am chronically burned out and it takes weeks of build up to order groceries and when I do, I barely allow myself anything. It has to be all greens and whole grains and healthy to the point where (I haven't started calorie counting) but I get the sense that when I eat like this I am not taking in enough calories.
When I run out of healthy groceries, my diet completely flips. It's all ramen and pizza and fast food breakfast sandwiches. Whatever is convenient but you know how it goes: I have to eat the whole pizza, etc.
So I am in this pattern of restrictive eating and bingeing. I thought I was doing the right thing with my grocery shopping but I think it's actually part of the problem.
I was talking to my mom about how frustrating not losing weight has been. I live with her and she has the opposite problem. She has always been very thin and she also doesn't give much thought to nutrition so everything is processed food, pasta, potatoes as a side with every meal, vegetables are an afterthought. She also doesn't mind food waste and hardly eats leftovers. Our household income does not justify throwing money away like that so you can imagine what a volatile situation this combo makes.
So when we talked she asked me whether it was possible for me to cut back on portions. She said I am not losing weight because I am not burning enough calories. I have been open with her about binge eating before but she doesn't really 'get' it. She mentioned I need my own diet separate from how she eats but I have tried that and then she cooks meals and is offended that I don't eat with her.
I'm just at a loss. I feel so out of control and discouraged. My mom has never outright told me my issue might be portion control and while I have known that as well - talking openly about it just makes me realize how much I can't seem to control myself. I can go hard on cardio for 7 days a week for months and still weight the same. Well not the same anymore as I have gained about 7 lbs back.
I can't even begin to unpack the painful emotions behind why I am so dependent on food. I know it's what I have to do but I don't know where to start.
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2023.06.01 14:20 Static-Turtle Old newspaper cover from when The White Stripes played a free concert in Union Square, 2002

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2023.06.01 14:19 CryingMinotaur1 Suche Leute um zusammen Musik zu machen :) <3

Heyhey :)
ich such Menschen, die Lust haben, gemeinsam irgendwas Musikalisches auf die Beine zu stellen. Ich spiel ein wenig Gitarre und singe vor allem, außerdem kann ich ganz gut mit FL Studio umgehen.
Bisher wandle ich hauptsächlich irgendwo in der Indie-/Folk-/Electronica-Ecke, aber Genregrenzen sind mir ganz egal, ich hab immer auch Lust auf frischen Wind und neue Ideen. :)
Hier kannst du gern mal reinhören in meinen bisherigen Output: Spotify: Bandcamp: Youtube:
Bin selber Mitte 20, so als grobe Orientierung, aber im Grunde ist die Hauptsache, dass der Vibe passt. :P
Schreib mir bei Interesse gern direkt hier, ich freu mich drauf!
Lieben Gruß Matthi <3
PS.: Bin auch gerade mit nem Kumpel dabei, ne Band zu gründen. Geht vor allem so Richtung Alternative Rock zur Zeit. Falls du da auch/eher Lust drauf hast - mega nice! :)
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2023.06.01 14:18 MicrosoftvsApple First time IEM buyer

Hi, so I am a newbie in audio products and looking to buy my first pair of IEMs. My budget is 2000 INR or ~$20. I am gonna use them while commuting daily so I want good build quality which I heard 7hz Salnotes Zero don't offer. What's the best pair for the price? I have shortlisted Blon BL 03, TANGZU WANER, Truthear hola, Moondrops CHU and Moondrops JIU (as they are type C) but I am open for any new suggestions. I didn't consider any KZs because many people told other options sound better.
Another thing I need is a dongle DAC around 1k INR as my phone doesn't have 3.5mm headphone jack. For the DAC I shortlisted Venture electronics Abigail (pro isn't available on headphonezone).
PS: I am particularly interested in the JIU's as they don't require a DAC
Thanks in advance!
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2023.06.01 14:15 upbstock Todays largest decreases in stock option open interest $AMZN $INTC $C $META $PYPL $AI $CHPT $UPST $SOFI

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2023.06.01 14:15 OneOk2189 The Italian Job remake turns 20. The 60 million remake was a sleeper hit grossing 106.3 million domestically of a 19.5 million opening and 176 million worldwide

The Italian Job remake turns 20. The 60 million remake was a sleeper hit grossing 106.3 million domestically of a 19.5 million opening and 176 million worldwide submitted by OneOk2189 to boxoffice [link] [comments]

2023.06.01 14:12 Tall-Ask-1242 Is this dress too white for a wedding??

Is this dress too white for a wedding??
i am attending mg boyfriend’s cousin’s wedding in August and I ordered a bunch of dresses. I seem to be liking a lot of the white/beige dresses with floral prints. But i’m afraid it would hit be appropriate especially considering i’m not very close to the bride… what do you think??
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2023.06.01 14:10 pkfire420 First case opening with my friend, hit this not 20 cases in

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2023.06.01 14:09 Necr0butcher 250+ levels without exotic drop. Working as intended.

Since it's last two weeks of a season with Golden Bullet GE, thought I could level my char a bit, before devs nerf the XP gains in next season. Leveling is super fast with the current GE.
Went from lvl 9500 something to 9802 in a week, played 6-7 hrs every day. And in all that playtime I had zero exotic drop. Zero, zilch, nil, nada, zip. How is that even possible?
Played every single activity on the map, didn't just chase convoys endlessly, threw in a few missions here and there. World difficulty is set to Heroic with 4 directives, didn't change settings for missions. At one point I decided to clear all level 4 CPs on map which netted me grand total of 2 (two) exotic components. Did around 20+ bounties, didn't even get one Chameleon. Was trying to play map parts and missions with either weapon or armor targeted loot, avoided targeted brand and gear sets. Not grinding for any specific exotic since I have them all. Talk about not respecting time invested.
Most of the exotics in the game are straight up trash, so why is drop rate so low? It's not like we're gonna break the game with Merciless or some trash like that.
Please spare me all those RNG one liners because I know, RNG gonna RNG. But still, exotic drop rate is insanely low. If the devs are expecting us to spend up to 20 exo components for miserable 1% upgrade on expertise, we need way higher drop rate of exotics. Hell, I would settle for exo components since drop rate at lvl 4 CP is, again, insanely low, at levels of statistical error. Why is drop rate of exo components at lvl 4 CPs almost non existent? It's not like we can farm them, we can open them once every 24 hours. So what's the problem? And no, I'm not going to that toxic waste dump called DZ to farm chests for exo components because they're always already open and I don't want to feed the gankers, thank you.
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2023.06.01 14:07 Pondex_po 🌿 Introducing PondExpo! Your Source for Proven Pond Equipment 🌊

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2023.06.01 14:05 ShadowMajick Unrealistic Expectations

So this is going to be short but can we talk about how part time work seems to require full time open availability?
I've been looking for a part time job to get out of the house more. I work 30 hours between Fri - Sun already and I'm not trying to quit my job. Why does every single BS fast food/retail job want open availability to give me 20 hours a week?
A local hiring manager for a grocery store posts on our job board EVERY day because the turn over is so high, so I asked if she needed help M - T anytime and she basically told me to fuck off because I can't be available 24/7. It's with a union too.
Someone make it make sense.
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2023.06.01 14:02 JefeBalisco But what about second Ethiopia?

But what about second Ethiopia?
Held off Italy to keep my core states and integrated Ethiopia during the Civil war along with an independent Somalia.
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2023.06.01 14:01 ErrorPigeon Am I the only one who disliked the XB3 class system?

Mind that this is from a pretty early game perspective, so I may be missing things.
To me, the class system is a huge turnoff somehow. Any time I reach the current max rank of 10 on a class (I know it goes up to 20 eventually) the came screams at me to get rid of the setup I've grown to enjoy and level other classes. Fair enough since that's where progression comes from, but it feels like pure busy work so far.
If you have any advice on that front I'd be open to it, I did spend a lot of money on this game after all, but a part of me longs for XC1 or 2 Systems, even though the second game wasn't that good at it too.
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2023.06.01 14:00 LifelongCaboose Monthly Recommendation Thread + LifelongCaboose's Gaming Audio Guide Links + Megathreads

I'm combining these two posts because Reddit limits 2 stickied posts per sub. So I'm mixing the guide links, the recommendation thread, and the megathreads here. Reviews will be added to a section of the guide.
But the guide will be once again moving but this time not to a new sub again, this time I'm moving it to a blogger-powered website. The reasoning is more freedom. So I'm not so limited by character limits and formatting limits. So it will be better for everyone and easier to use. Expect that update this summer.

Guide Links:

Old Hub:
New Hub:
Future Hub: (coming soon, it will be a blogger powered site)


Megathreads won't be commonplace they will only be utilized when posts about a single product get out of hand.

Recommendation help:

For recommendations below please fill out this form, if you have any questions about it visit the link below, DO NOT leave any blank except the last question. In sound Styles DO NOT make up your own.
Please fill out this form and I will try to reply as soon as possible.
For any help answering these please visit here
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2023.06.01 14:00 dreftzg [Daily News] Tissot With A New Hit: Could It The Best Summer Watch Of The Year?, New Certina DS Action Diver 43mm Is Pitch Black, Mido Introduces Multifort Powerwind Collection And The Edox SkyDiver 38 Is A New Skin Diver For The Smaller Wrist

It's Wednesday and you would be surprised how long it took me to realize that the majority of watches released yesterday were actually Swatch Group. That Tissot has me spending money.

What's new

Tissot Releases The Best Summer Watch Of The Year, The Forged Carbon Sideral
The late 60s and 70s are arguably the golden age of watch design. It’s the time when watches stopped being elegant personal timekeeping devices and became tools. Or, at least, gave the illusion of being a tool watch so you could look like a badass on the beach. It gave us luxury sports watches like the Nautilus and Royal Oak, gorgeous chronographs from Heuer and dive watches from the likes of Blancpain and Rolex. It was also the the time of experimenting with materials and Tissot used their Sideral to do so. Since it’s supremely cool today to revive funky vintage watches, Tissot is now bringing back the Sideral, also experimenting with new materials, but this time with forged carbon.
The late 60s version of the Sideral was the first watch to ever use a monobloc fibreglass case. Two years later, the Sideral S was introduced, a sportier take on the concept with a now famous yellow rubber strap and different fastening system.
The new version retains a lot of the aspects of the original, but updating it for the age it’s made in. It retains the barrel shape of the case made of forged carbon fibre and stainless steel that measures 41mm in width and 46.5mm in length. You can get the watch in three colors, and while the black & yellow and black & grey models show the natural colours and pattern of the forged carbon fibre, the black & blue one comes with blue flakes embedded into the material. The unidirectional rotating bezel on top is fitted with a black insert and a graduated regatta scale in white. The screw-down crown ensures it is water-resistant to 300m.
The dial is predominantly black, with either a grey, blue or yellow minute track. This segmented track is accompanied by a green and red regatta countdown section between 12 and 2 o’clock. Tissot is a Swatch company, so it’s just natural that it gets the Powermatic 80 automatic movement. This is Swatch Group’s go-to automatic for several brands and is essentially a heavily modified ETA 2824 which has gotten decent reviews and has an 80 hour power reserve.
The watch comes on three perforated rubber straps in yellow, red or blue, inspired by the original yellow one. Additional coloured straps are said to be available too.
Each of the watches, available now, will retail for EUR 1,075. Looks like Tissot has another hit on their hands.
The New Certina DS Action Diver 43mm Is Pitch Black
Cartina has had a long stretch of being neglected by owners and undermined by the public. But boy, are they back. In the past couple of years they have regrouped and boy, are they on a bender. Vintage reissues, fantastic affordable divers… they even have a modular watch system which is… meh. However, the latest release form the Swiss watchmaker is not meh. In fact, it’s pretty bold. The new Certina DS Action Diver is super black.
It’s a big diver, there’s no denying it. 43mm wide, 51mm lug-to-lug and 13.1mm thick. It’s a stainless steel case with a matte black PVD coating, as well as a matte black ceramic insert within the coin-edge bezel. The blackness of the insert is broken up with a single bright white lume pip at 12. The NATO strap it comes on is also black and made out of recycled plastic. The one downside of the case is the fact that it has a 21mm lug width, so good luck finding a different strap.
The dial is just as black, with contrasting crisp white makers that glow like crazy. The triangles at the quarters and the arrowhead hour hand do help to lend an extra sense of aggression to the dial. There’s a date window at three o’clock. Certina, like Tissot, is owned by the Swatch group, so no surprises on what’s inside - it’s the Powermatic 80.
The Certina DS Action Diver in black is now available from all Certina authorised retailers. Price: CHF895
Mido Introduces Stylish Multifort Powerwind Collection
Here’s another brand from the Swatch Group that has been kicking ass in the past few years - Mido. It might be controversial, but the Mido Ocean Star Decompression Worldtimer is one of my favorite watches of the past few years. Mido does vintage fantastically, just like they did last year when they introduced a limited edition, COSC-certified, revival of the 1954 Multifort Powerwind. Now, Mido is introducing three new variations of the Multifort Powerwind that will be part of the brand’s permanent collection.
The Multifort is Mido’s most important watch. Born in the 1930s, this automatic, anti-magnetic, water-and shock-resistant watch has become its bestseller. The concept was drastically updated in 1954 with an innovative automatic movement and renamed the Powerwind. Developed in collaboration with partner A. Schild SA, the automatic part of the movement reduced the components from the standard 16 to just seven, making it easier to build and service while enhancing durability and reliability.
The new models retain the same elegantly designed case with its thin, twisted lugs, box-shaped sapphire crystal and overall retro style as the limited edition released last year. Compared to the 1954 watch, it has grown quite a bit and is now 40mm wide and 12mm thick. What changes most regarding the design, compared to the limited edition of last year, are the dials.
The permanent collection is no longer a day-date model, but rather just a time and date watch, with reworked markers that are a combination of applied triangular indices and printed Arabic numerals. You can get it in three versions: steel with black dial, steel with blue dial, yellow gold PVD-coated steel with champagne dial.
Perhaps the biggest change happens on the inside - while the limited edition last year had a chronometer-certified ETA 2836-2 movement, the permanent collection gets, you guessed it, the Powermatic 80, here named the Caliber 80. The watch comes on a 3-link stainless steel bracelet with a folding clasp and quick-release spring bars.
You can get the watches now, priced at EUR 970 (black and blue) or EUR 1,160 (PVD gold).
Rado Adds Three Ceramic Watches to their Great Gardens of the World Series
Rado is a polarizing brand. Some love it, others almost detest it. But there’s no denying that Rado has done impressive things with the use of ceramic, be it their retro sports watches in the Captain Cook line, the super minimalist watches in the Designer line or the dressier models like the True Thinline. This is Rado’s slim ceramic watch intorduced in 2011 that is now getting three new models with textured dials inspired by endangered plant species in partnership with the Great Gardens o the World organisation.
This is not the first time that Rado is working with Great Gardens of the World, a network of gardens across 20 countries. They have made seven watches prior, making these Chapters 8 through 10. All three of the new watches have the same 40mm high-tech ceramic monobloc case that’s only 9mm thick, with ceramic bracelets that have a triple-folding titanium clasp. Inside the watch is the Rado 766 movement, based on the ETA 2892.
The major differences of the three come from the looks of the watches. Chapter 8 is housed in a black polished ceramic case, with the dial recreating the pleated leaves of the Hawaiian Luolu lelo palm tree. The hands and brand name are golden coloured. Chapter 9 is dedicated to the Chilean Araucaria, or monkey puzzle tree, and comes in a glossy, white high-tech ceramic case. The sharp, scale-like leaves of the tree are replicated on the dial with a composition of engraved triangles in opalescent mother-of-pearl. Chapter 10 is dedicated to the Dragon Blood Tree in a grey ceramic case and a two layer dial. The top layer is a skeletonised plate cut out in organic shapes to evoke the thick, entangled branches of the Dragon Blood Tree, revealing the lower layer in a pink gold colour.
The trilogy – Chapters 8, 9 and 10 of the Rado True Thinline Great Gardens of the World – is available in a collector’s box, limited to 99 units. Alternatively, each model can be purchased individually for EUR 2,900.
The New Edox SkyDiver 38 Date Automatic Is A Vintage Inspired Skin Diver For You If You Want A Smaller Watch
The Edox SkyDiver has an interesting story. The brand claims that a mysterious drawing was found in their archives which turned out to be “the sketch of a long-lost timepiece, the SkyDiver”. Along with the sketch, there was a scrawled note reading: 1973. Special production in strictly limited edition“ According to a retired Edox watchmaker, the SkyDiver was rumoured to be a secret project for a mysterious, wealthy Swiss colonel. The anonymous colonel wanted an exclusive timepiece for elite mountain paratroopers under his command. It had to combine the no-nonsense functionality of a dive watch with the style and aesthetics of a precision pilot’s watch.
So Edox took these sketches and remade it in modern times with a bronze version that followed. In 2021, the SkyDiver was entirely revamped with new looks and upgraded materials, yet a solid vintage touch, in a case of 42mm. To fix the biggest complaint they got, they are now releasing a new version - the 38mm SkyDiver.
It’s basically the same watch, but smaller. It’s a traditional skin-diver watch, with a straight case, unprotected oversized crown, rather slim case profile topped by a heavily domed crystal. The screw down crown gives you 300m of water resistance and the domed crystal brings the thickness to 13.7mm. You can have it with two dial colors - black or blue, with a matching ceramic insert on the bezel, and it has a glossy vintage finish with applied markers with orange highlights.
Inside is the Selita SW200-1 automatic movement with 4Hz frequency and 38h power reserve. Both colors come on a 3-link brushed and polished steel bracelet closed by a triple folding clasp.
The watch is available now and is priced at EUR 1,575 (excl. taxes).

On hand - a selection of reviews

Hands on with the Q Timex Three Time Zone Chronograph
A review of the updated mint green Rolex Sky-Dweller

Watch Worthy - A look at an offbeat, less known watch you might actually like

How time shaped the Type 20 chronograph, and the brands that keep the legend alive
Watches and military history have an unbreakable bond. You only need to think back to the very beginnings of the wristwatch as a tool. During the Anglo-Burma War and First Boer War, soldiers began to strap pocket watch cases with primitive soldered lugs to their wrists, which opened the door for a new market. Fast-forward some 70 years, and you’ll find yourself in a new world, free from the shackles of World War II. Despite it being a time of peace, the French government found itself in need of accurate, reliable timepieces, resulting in the Type 20 chronograph that took inspiration from the designs of German pilot’s chronographs of the 1930s and 1940s, and applied it to the set of regulations outlined by the French. Today, original Type 20 pieces remain highly sought-after, spawning many re-editions and homages, with one brand in particular making the most of the design.
If you would like to receive some additional watch-adjacent content, as well as this news overview, every morning Monday-Friday in the form of a newsletter feel free to subscribe. However, there is absolutely no need for you to subscribe, as all the news from the newsletter is posted here. It is only if you want to receive a couple of daily links that are not strictly watch-related and want to get this news overview in your inbox.
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2023.06.01 13:56 xMoment Cleared this hill and made a path leading to it, what should I build up here?

Cleared this hill and made a path leading to it, what should I build up here?
Already made an animal pen and small crop farm, now I have no ideas!
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2023.06.01 13:55 _Alfreedd Scandify's SMP [SMP] {Whitelisted} {Diamond economy} {Levels}

I've recently opened up a whitelisted SMP server that has a small amount of very active members and i'm now seeking more mature individuals to join the preparation for 1.20! The server is hosted in Germany with some very costly hardware so there won't be any downtime and connectivity should be good wherever you are in the world. Features: Diamond currency (we have a bank to store diamonds, leaderboards, pay system ect) 100% player-run economy (no server-side shops, players can make their own buy/sell chest shops) Land claiming (chunk-based) Leveling system to unlock new perks Resource worlds for gathering mass materials (to preserve the main worlds for building) ALL mobs drop their heads, collect them all! Many other qol features.. Join our discord to send in your application (most people get accepted quickly). Once 1.20 has been released and is stable, we will have a grand release and will be marketing hard to make this community one of the best for 1.20..
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2023.06.01 13:54 katrinasteapot June's Featured Designer - StephxStitch

Hi, Stitchers!
It's June, which means we're officially halfway through 2023! This month's featured designer is one near and dear to the CrossStitch community heart: Stephanie Rohr, aka [StephXStitch]([!
Stephanie has been around these parts for a long time, and her designs have become fan favorites over the years. I first came across her work with the now-iconic Barren Fields pattern, which was absolutely mind-blowing to me as a stitcher who learned from her very southern grandma. She's known for her subversive, feminist cross stitch, and has been featured in multiple magazines and news articles about our beloved craft.
To help our community celebrate Pride month, she's sharing her Pride flag pattern for free!
As an added bonus, use the code Reddit20 at checkout only on her website for 20% off any order of $10 or more! This discount can be used on any items, including patterns, kits, books and finished pieces, for the entire month of June.
Who are you?
I'm Stephanie! I am a cross-stitch designer and author and I live in Chicago. I am the author of the books "Feminist Cross-Stitch" (2019), and "Self-Care Cross-Stitch", (2022). I have had my cross-stitch design business, stephXstitch, since 2010. My work has appeared in several cross-stitch publications, as well as on the shows "Key and Peele" and "We're Here" on HBO. I have been a guest on the Craft Industry Alliance Podcast and A Coffee With Makers. I was a speaker at Midwest Craft Convention in (early) February 2020. Thanks to this very subreddit, I was interviewed in the New York Times about my first book getting banned/destroyed by Michaels stores due to "language". Though cross-stitch is my main gig, I went to school for theatre, and I still perform in and direct shows, sing with an all-female band called The Bangers, and I teach voice lessons. Besides stitching I love: biking, dogs, reality TV, podcasts, karaoke, reading, playing piano, a good cheese board, being cozy, and hiking the the woods.
How did you get started cross stitching?
My mom was a big cross-stitcher in the 80s, and when I wanted to learn she bought me a kids' kit from the craft store. (Looking back it was more like needlepoint; it had a plastic grid and used yarn). I think I was always meant to cross-stitch, because as a child I loved to color in graph paper more than actual coloring books. I would use a thin-tipped marker and make designs using the grid. I started actually cross-stitching around 12-13 years old, using kits from the craft store. I loved how relaxing it was.
When and how did you start designing?
I gave up stitching during high school/college, partly because I was too busy, but also because I wasn't really interested in the designs that were available. I went to grad school in London and afterwards I was poor and bored. (Auditioning for shows, working in a pub, living in a very expensive city). One day I got the idea to try stitching again. I got some supplies and some graph paper, drew out a simple geometric design, and used it as my own pattern. Shortly after, a friend asked if I would be able to make a custom stitch as a gift for their family. I said sure, and designed and stitched the piece for them. It then clicked that my skill was something people were actually interested in. This was around the beginning of the subversive cross stitch movement started by Julie Jackson. I got her first book and stitched up some of those for fun, and also continued making my own patterns. I moved back to Chicago and invested in MacStitch software, and in 2010 I opened my Etsy shop so I could sell the patterns and pieces I was creating. The rest is history!
Where do you find your inspiration?
It is definitely all over the place. Stitching is such a time-consuming effort, I always say you should stitch something you love, something that is important to you, or something that amuses you. Sometimes my designs are inspired by my political/feminist rage based on current events. Sometimes it's a hilarious quote from a favorite film or TV show. Sometimes it's more visual, like my stained glass patterns, or re-creating famous images like Rosie the Riveter or Bernie and his mittens. Sometimes certain color combos inspire me, or styles of fonts I want to try.
Describe your designs using only adjectives.
Witty, vibrant, folksy, intricate, snarky, colorful
What cross stitch project did you have the most fun designing and why?
I think the most fun to design was my stained glass "It'll Pass" piece based on the show Fleabag. I worked really hard to capture the look of light coming through a stained glass window, stitched on black aida.
What is your favorite DMC floss color?
This is like asking me to choose a favorite child!! But one I always go back to is that lovely dark purple 154
Where can we find you on the internet?
Please give her a warm subreddit hello, and be sure to tag u/StephXStitch in your comments so she sees them!
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2023.06.01 13:53 NagiNaoe101 My last Review: Natsume Yuujinchou, the somber Anime with Heart

The story is about Takashi Natsume who moves to his grandmother's village after relatives just hand him off for years. He is jaded and doesn't want to make friends because his gift is alienating, but he finds that unavoidable when one summer day a Yokai starts calling his name demanding it's name back.
He trips over a shrine releasing a fox Demon named Nyanko who also demands he hand over a book of names. What starts as demands started a journey to discover a past of Takashi's grandmother who was just as alone.
The series itself is small, I found it while I was in a bookstore finding manga to read. I went up to volume 25 and still love the story. Then watched the Anime on Crunchy Roll. I now own it and it is for me a truly beautiful story.
Lonely Takashi longs for friendship and a sense of family. What he gets moving to his grandmother's village is a small one, Nyanko teaches him to control his abilities and also finds friends in Yokai and humans who are just like him.
I love the story and recommend it, it isn't hyper and over the top like Naruto, DBZ, or what I call popu-ime. You won't find fighting as much, or whatever popular shows do, it's s slow and almost nostalgic feel, a sort of warmth even in the coldest winter episodes.
So if you're hunting for action, this isn't the show for you. You're not going to find bloody battles, more a beautiful stories weaved together. This is not a show I expect anyone to be a fan of, I barely find fans in the US much less my own state. This is just a sweet loving show that has a magic that starts with a boy who meets a fox trapped in a Lucky Cat statue.
If you want a truly beautiful story please read and enjoy the anime. Don't expect a lot of fans to come out of a con, much of us aren't going to admit to it in the open
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