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There are a lot of styles of embroidery hoops and frames. It is your decision whether you use one or not. If you a beginner cross-stitcher perhapse you will prefere to put your fabric in an embroidery hoop. Just don’t pull your fabric too tight or it will distort the weave of the fabric.
Aries
84 x 100 stitches 29 colors
Pisces
84 x 100 stitches 29 colors
Aquarius
84 x 100 stitches 29 colors
Capricorn
84 x 100 stitches 28 colors
Sagittarius
84 x 100 stitches 27 colors
Scorpio
84 x 100 stitches 29 colors
Libra
84 x 100 stitches 28 colors
Virgo
84 x 100 stitches 29 colors
Leo
84 x 100 stitches 28 colors
Cancer
84 x 100 stitches 28 colors



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Prepare your fabric for the cross stitch work.

You should finish the edges of the fabric you are working with prior to embroidering. This is especially important if you are working a very fraying cloth like aida.

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Don’t make long jumps across the back of your fabric with the thread because they might show through on the front. When moving to a new area that is more than a few stitches away, you should end your thread and then begin it again in the new spot.
Good lighting makes or breaks a cross stitch project. Proper lighting prevents floss color confusion. Adequate lighting prevents improper stitch placement. It also makes the chart much easier to read. Light sources do not have to be expensive.
Preserving the direction of your stitches is very importent. Once you choose it don't change, stick with it unless your project specifically calls for it. It helps you to avoid your project looking haphazard and sloppy.
Nobody likes to rip out stitches. But it would be better if you fix them right away. If you wait, the error may increase and the damage for your cross-stitch project may increase too.