There’s only so many framed cross stitches you can make before you run out of wall space for them all. Gifting to friends and family extends this a bit, but eventually they’ll run out of wall space too! Waste canvas and soluble canvas can help! What if I told you that you could wear your… Read More Waste Canvas vs Soluble Canvas : Cross Stitch Your Clothes!
I just love making these finishing tutorials! So here’s one I’ve actually done before over on CrossStitch.Live. The cross stitch biscornu! I’ve learned some things since then, and taken fresh photos. So here we go! 🙂 They make great little pin cushions. Make large ones for your desk; small ones for your travel box to… Read More Biscornu Tutorial : Making A Cross Stitch Pin Cushion
Pin drums are by no means a new type of finish. These guys have been around for ages, but mostly among the more traditional cross stitch communities. There’s a few tutorials out there already, and I pulled from several of them when I put together my first pin drum. As always, there’s no single ‘right’… Read More Pin Drum Cross Stitch Finishing Tutorial
I hope everyone’s enjoying Animal Crossing! I’m having a lot of fun with it, personally. Still mad that they waited so long to announce the special edition Switch, though. Fun fact: When the Switch first came out, I refused to buy one and spent a good two and a half years without one. Specifically because… Read More Switch Dock Cover : Cross Stitch Finishing Technique
I’ve been wanting to make a flatfold for a while now, and I’ve looked up all manner of tutorials for it. While I’ve found several, and in several different languages, they all seem to be based on slathering your project with glue. If you’d prefer a no-sew tutorial, I loosely followed the one by Twisted… Read More Flatfold No-Glue Cross Stitch Finishing Tutorial