Nothing says cozy quite like Morrissey's lyrics in needlepoint. The perfect blend of pain, craft and depression!

Kimberly Scola, the crafty girl who goes by the name Chez Sucre Chez, says, “I spent my high-school years listening to a whole lot of the Smiths and scratching the words to those songs in the margins of many a school notebook. Lately, I've found myself compelled to spell them out in stitches and frame them within embroidery hoops.”

Also available in “There Is A Light That Never Goes Out” and “Reel Around The Fountain.”

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