Ann Logan

Chevron Style


In order not to lose the needles for cross-stitching, you can glue the magnetic strip to the inner lid of the box in which you hold the embroidery threads and other cross-stitch accessories. You will no longer lose them and you will can easily find the right needle.
Chevron
110 x 159 stitches 4 colors
Hedgehog
106 x 64 stitches 5 colors
Rino
95 x 50 stitches 4 colors
Moose
77 x 61 stitches 3 colors
Girl
63 x 118 stitches 4 colors
Bear
134 x 94 stitches 5 colors
Giraffes
115 x 168 stitches 18 colors
Wolf
61 x 114 stitches 4 colors
Swallow
84 x 68 stitches 4 colors
Giraffe
82 x 120 stitches 4 colors
Fish
85 x 56 stitches 7 colors
Bird
95 x 88 stitches 4 colors
Chevron Pattern
61 x 56 stitches 12 colors
Rabbit
138 x 142 stitches 6 colors
Cat
116 x 101 stitches 5 colors
Deer
122 x 151 stitches 5 colors
Fox
234 x 84 stitches 6 colors
Owl
130 x 138 stitches 10 colors
Bear
165 x 120 stitches 5 colors
Boy
46 x 133 stitches 4 colors
Blue Zigzag
33 x 28 stitches 4 colors
Bunny
83 x 97 stitches 5 colors
Chick
84 x 85 stitches 5 colors
Flower
70 x 150 stitches 7 colors
Elephant
109 x 89 stitches 8 colors
Cat
85 x 105 stitches 5 colors



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Before washing your cross-stitch project, just check the fibers for colorfastness to prevent dyes from running. It is simple: dampen a piece of white cloth with water and gently rub it over each different color in your piece. If there is any color transfer to the white cloth don’t wash your piece if you want prevent your work from discoloration and fading.

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Everyone has trouble seeing stitches when she/he stitches white on white. The trick is to put a piece of black material behind the canvas. This will provide contrast between canvas and the white thread.
It is well known that cross-stitch is very addictive. Especially when you feel that you have enough time to be alone with the thread and needle. Do not give in! Take a break from time to time, putting off the thread and needle while resting your eyes and hands.
If you are too keen on your craft, use the alarm clock. When the alarm goes off, it’s time to put aside the fabric and other cross-stitch accessories and get some rest.
First and foremost, always make sure to have clean hands when stitching. Oils from your skin transfer easily to cross stitch fabric and over time create stains that are not easy to remove. The best way to avoid this is to avoid the problem in the first place. Train your family not to touch your projects unless they have freshly cleaned hands. Better yet, tell them to keep off the fabric and floss!
Consistent tension is crucial for creating proper stitches. They should be flat against the fabric, not too tight, not too loose. Experiment on scrap fabric until you learn how tightly you need to pull the floss to create a perfect stitch.