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Hello everyone! This month I wanted to bring to you a quick rundown of some of the different ways to anchor your stitches when starting each new length of thread! There’s a few different thread starts that I use depending on the situation, and probably more out there. In my examples I’ll be using two… Read More Thread Starts for Cross Stitch — 7 Ways to Anchor Your First Stitch
Back in July I did a couple of ornament tutorials using styrofoam balls. I really enjoyed it, and have made another 7-8 as gifts for my family so far. But I wanted to try out yet another style of ornament, so I’m here to share with you the process for making a snowglobe ornament! If… Read More Snowglobe Ornament – Add Some Holiday Magic to Your Cross Stitch
Ohhh boy. I’ve been putting off this blog for some time. Pricing is a fairly controversial topic, and there’s a few different ways to go about it. For the sake of this not being too long, I will be discussing only finished cross stitch projects, NOT patterns. That’s… a whole ‘nother can of worms that… Read More Pricing Your Cross Stitch for Commissions and Sales
This is probably going to be a long post, so let’s start this off by immediately saying this is NOT about whether you are fast or slow. None of that matters. You should not compare yourself to others and/or get upset at yourself for stitching slower due to injury, mental health, multitasking, etc. That’s not… Read More Speed Test: How to Measure Your Average Cross Stitch Rate and Why