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Science Gets Homey With Cross-Stitched Germs And Microbes

By Lisa Granshaw Apr 21, 2014

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Alicia Watkins

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Watkins told The MindHut she started cross-stitching germs in May 2012 thanks to a custom order from a fellow Etsy shop owner who wanted to get her friend a gift that reflected their work in the health field. As a result, she created her first three: the E. coli with the flagella, the flu, and mange.

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