Cross stitch beginner
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This guide will teach you the basics of cross stitch. Great for beginners!
Pamela Davis saved to Needlework
Cross Stitch Tutorial : How to stitch over 2 threads or more. Cross Stitch over multiple threads instructions
How to cross stitch over multiple threads? Cross Stitching over multiple threads Sometimes you read in a pattern: "Stitch over 2, or stitch over 3, over 4, etc. If you are new in the world of cross stitch, or if you always stitched on Aida cross stitch fabric, you might wonder what it means to
Jenny Info saved to Cross Stitch
Cross stitch is making a comeback among modern makers and crafters. Learning how to cross stitch is easy, and these instructions for beginners will get you stitching in no time! What is cross stitch? Cross stitch is a form of counted thread embroidery that has been around for ages, and it is one of the easiest forms of
Tina Phillips saved to cross stitch
An beginner's guide to cross stitch, from picking out materials to starting your your first project. Avoid common mistakes and learn a new craft!
Suzanne Hard saved to Cross Stitch
Here I cover 7 different thread starts: Ways to make that first stitch so that your thread stays in place and keeps your back tidy!
Mary McCarty saved to Helpful hints
Determine your thread coverage with this handy guide that breaks down how thread count and the amount of strands you use change your pattern's outcome.
Floss coverage from left to right: 18-count, 14-count, 11-count, and 9-count (18-count over two threads). Get the full guide on Better Cross Stitch Patterns.
Gia B saved to Stitch Please
In this episode I'm talking about the things I wish I knewbefore I started cross stitching. A great post for beginners to not make the same mistakes I did.
Robin Katona saved to modern cross stitch
Is your cross stitch project turning into a mess? Here are some quick, helpful tips and tricks on how to cross stitch neatly.
Betsy Hixon saved to Cross-Stitch/Embroidery
The only must have cross stitch supplies you need to begin with are fabric, thread, needle, scissors, a pattern and something to keep it all clean and organized. Anything else is extra, although additional tools and supplies can help make cross stitch easier and more fun!
Learn the basics and get started with cross stitch with the Spruce Craft Co. beginner's guide.
ithami waddell saved to Projects