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Using specialty floss for cross stitch can be a challenge, but here are some metallic floss tips for stunning results.
Though Loop Start can be used to secure thread at any time, it is especially useful when making confetti stitches, those isolated lone crosses that may dot your design.
You may want to add bookmark accents of a complementary color to the fringe. Doing it this way will make it look as if it is part of the fabric.
You'll find several free cross stitch alphabet patterns, with more added often. When personalizing your needlework project, using the right alphabet can make a big difference.
Dozens of free cross stitch charts for beginners and advanced. One-day project or complex design, you'll find patterns you'll be proud to stitch.
You left a very important piece of information out if the instructions on setting up the frame and securing the canvas: How to keep the sides tight.
The frames simply do not keep the fabric tight enough. The Millennium scroll frame from NeedleNeeds looks like the perfect solution, but I have't found
Love all my scroll frames, except the one that has to have the cloth attached with a push pin or staples. After seeing the velcro scroll frame, I may
I used hoops in my early days as a counted cross stitcher. My husband and I loved the finished work, but hated the hoop mark that was left behind. Nothing
I am going to be sewing a LARGE Oak Ally. The only problems I can see is the stand only scrolls Vertically. What can I do If my fabric is way bigger