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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
It’s time for another not-tutorial, by someone who doesn’t actually know what they’re doing! Just like my attempts at dyeing aida fabric, I mainly just want to share my process so you can learn from my mistakes. This time, I’ll be turning some cross stitch designs into iron-on patches. At this point, I’m not even… Read More Making an Iron-On Patch out of Your Latest Cross Stitch Project
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
I’ve had the idea to make a poseable 3D cross stitch for a long time now. Over a year ago I designed some patterns based on the Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild butterflies thinking that’d be the perfect thing to turn into a hairclip or pin. I drew them at an angle though… Read More 3D Plastic Canvas Poseable Cross Stitch Butterfly Tutorial