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Cross stitch fabric

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How to choose fabric for cross stitch - Aida, Evenweave, Linen

Choosing fabric for a cross stitch project can seem overwhelming. There are several different types of fabric suitable for cross stitch, and each has its own unique texture, feel, fiber content, and range of colors. In this post we will take a look at the pros and cons of main types of fabric - Aida, linen, and evenwea

How to cross stitch with DMC metallic embroidery floss

Metallic thread can add a lovely sparkle to all kinds of cross stitch and embroidery projects, but It can be a bit challenging to work with. It's slippery. It kinks and tangles. It frays like crazy. But don't let all that scare you. These tips will make it easier and give you the confidence to shine up your stitching.

How to frame cross stitch and embroidery using sticky board for a flat finish

There are a number of ways to prepare your finished cross stitch or embroidery for framing. One of the easiest is to use self-stick mounting board, also called press-on board or simply, sticky board. Sticky board is thick cardboard with a high-tack adhesive on one side. It's acid-free so sticky board is safe for all ki

Let's face it - sometimes finding the right color Aida for your cross stitching and craft projects is a major pain, and sometimes the co...

Let's face it - sometimes finding the right color Aida for your cross stitching and craft projects is a major pain, and sometimes the color we need just doesn't exist. This week I had a customer ask for a cross stitch to be done on UT orange (a burnt orange, for those not familiar with the school colors). This is one of those situations where the color just doesn't really exist premade. If you ever wanted to make your own colored aida, it's really quite simple! For this project you will…

What is Gridding? Gridding is a way to make your fabric look more like your pattern chart by dividing the fabric into 10x10 sections - just like in your chart. With a grid on your fabric, it is much easier to do counted cross stitch without miscounting. If you're a…