Ann Logan

Miscellaneous designs


You can cross stitch on different kinds of evenweave fabric. It may be evenweave linen, Aida cloth, waste canvas etc. It is largely a matter of your personal preference.
Just remember: the number of stitches per inch (or per cm) can drastically change the look of your ready project.
Fabric with a higher stitch will produce smaller and finer designs.
Eyes
91 x 39 stitches 16 colors
Phoenix
109 x 102 stitches 5 colors
Unicorn
178 x 178 stitches 30 colors
Clown
118 x 151 stitches 29 colors
Smile
61 x 51 stitches 9 colors
Gun
64 x 35 stitches 5 colors
Logos
34 x 33 stitches 4 colors
Phoenix
131 x 145 stitches 16 colors
Cobra
76 x 83 stitches 4 colors
Rainbow
91 x 74 stitches 7 colors
Gun
65 x 39 stitches 8 colors
Window
111 x 81 stitches 17 colors
Gun
65 x 39 stitches 8 colors
Unicorn
124 x 121 stitches 11 colors
Eye
64 x 37 stitches 9 colors
Bravo
60 x 55 stitches 14 colors
Personal Safety
115 x 115 stitches 20 colors
Coral Snake
105 x 94 stitches 17 colors
Playing Piano
123 x 81 stitches 6 colors
Wash your Hands
84 x 92 stitches 7 colors
Sun
83 x 83 stitches 11 colors
Kitchen
145 x 131 stitches 40 colors
Coronavirus
37 x 37 stitches 2 colors
Book
130 x 73 stitches 12 colors
Gentelman
113 x 168 stitches 25 colors
Candle
53 x 82 stitches 20 colors
Sunset
68 x 70 stitches 18 colors
Keys
46 x 59 stitches 15 colors
Books
69 x 51 stitches 16 colors
Leopard Gecko
106 x 43 stitches 5 colors
Table Lamp
89 x 96 stitches 18 colors
Winter Hat
86 x 99 stitches 6 colors
Bonfire
88 x 110 stitches 16 colors
Snowman
86 x 129 stitches 20 colors
Eye
55 x 41 stitches 3 colors
Snowflake
85 x 101 stitches 3 colors
Phoenix
80 x 185 stitches 9 colors
Unicorn
100 x 160 stitches 15 colors
Hamsa
30 x 31 stitches 5 colors
Happy Birthday
113 x 97 stitches 14 colors
Umbrella
51 x 51 stitches 12 colors
Unicorn
73 x 81 stitches 10 colors
Fox
89 x 76 stitches 2 colors
Horse
57 x 68 stitches 1 color
Unicorn
99 x 99 stitches 8 colors
Bookworm
97 x 97 stitches 12 colors
Horse
41 x 56 stitches 6 colors
Unicorn
71 x 71 stitches 10 colors
Happy Birthday
67 x 79 stitches 12 colors
Lizard
39 x 39 stitches 6 colors
Home
32 x 44 stitches 2 colors
Clock
41 x 105 stitches 14 colors
Academic Graduation
115 x 77 stitches 25 colors
Feather
15 x 31 stitches 8 colors
Lighthouse
54 x 58 stitches 9 colors
Deer
53 x 64 stitches 1 color
Welcome
102 x 48 stitches 4 colors
Panda Frame
34 x 31 stitches 5 colors
Umbrella
100 x 100 stitches 16 colors
Fish
16 x 15 stitches 7 colors



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To find the center of your fabric, fold it in half one way and then fold it in half the other way. Pinch and crease the center point to mark it. You can place a pin in the center or make a small stitch to further mark the center point.

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Try to buy all your threads for a specific cross-stitch project at once. Why? Because the embroidery thread is dyed in different dye lots. Hence even if you think that you get a specific color from a specific manufacturer, it can sometimes have a slightly different hue. Most times it is not that noticeable, but to be on the safe side, buy it all at once.
You want the cross-stitch to be the most beautiful.
The keyword for it is consistency of your stitching. It doesn't matter if you start your embroidery with "///" or with "\\\", it is important how you continue it. Just be consistent throughout the needlework project.
Buy all your supplies for a project at the start. Thread comes in dye lots that may vary slightly between batches.
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!