Step 3: Cross Stitch
Pick up the Danish Method and the English method and learn the difference between stamped cross stitch and counted cross stitch.
Step 4: Read a Pattern
Remove the overwhelm with cross stitch jargon explained, including lots of picture examples and a free sample pattern.
Step 5: Follow a Pattern
A clear description of where start a new project and how to follow the pattern chart.
Step 6: End a Thread
3 Easy ways to neatly tuck away the tails of your leftover threads so they won't get tangled in the new stitches.
If you have completed all of the steps in the Beginners Guide to Cross Stitch. Now you know everything you need to know to stitch your first cross stitch project.
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Ready to move on? Try these 5 stitches that every cross stitcher should know.
If you want to make your cross stitch a FFO (Fully Finished Object), it’s time to wash, iron and frame your project.
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