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[Typical Courses] Experience Share-- A Very Practical Method to Start Your Cross- Stitch

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Post time: 2009-3-28 08:09
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Maybe you feel headache about how to start your cross- stitch, hereunder is a very practical and useful method of embedding. You will find it's easy to start art craft evenly once you learn this course.

1. The needle crosses under the vertical axis of cloth,




2. Pull the needle and you can see the thread is under vertical axis of cloth.



3. Needle down first from the top-left pinhole of square.


4. Then, needle up from the bottom- left pinhole of the square.



5. You will get this after you pull the thread.




6. Next, needle down from the top-right pinhole of the square.



7. Finally, needle up from the bottom-right pinhole of the square.



8. Begin your cross stitch.



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Post time: 2016-1-23 02:54
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This makes lots of sense when you are starting new threads frequently, with lots of color changes. I do like the loop method, but of course it only works when you are going to stitch a new area with a significant number of stitches. Most of my pieces don't seem to have those areas of only one or two colors (I love complex pieces, can you tell??!!) and large enough to use an entire thread. Thanks for sharing this, I'm also going to try it out.
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Post time: 2015-12-6 12:07
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Thank you so much for the very clear explanation and the pictures - this is the hardest part for me and your method will be very useful.
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Post time: 2016-3-17 05:16
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That's very nice! I usually start by passing the thread though the middle of the square where my first cross will go.
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Post time: 2016-1-11 08:32
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Thanks for sharing.  I'll try this tonight.
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Post time: 2015-12-11 09:22
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thanks for sharing your wisdom ^_^
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Post time: 2015-12-15 16:21
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interesting, thanks for sharing
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Post time: 2020-3-19 13:22
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Thank you for sharing.
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Post time: 2018-10-7 16:42
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Thanks! Helpful
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Post time: 2015-12-3 07:02
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Спасибо за идею!
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Post time: 2009-5-28 03:40
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Very good, thank you for sharing this, very good!!!
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Post time: 2009-5-31 15:33
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Thank you for sharing this, I think I will try it next time!
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Post time: 2009-6-17 23:21
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thanks for sharing with us
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Post time: 2009-9-29 03:42
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Thanks a lot, I'll start using this method
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Post time: 2009-9-29 08:18
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Good idea. Thanks for sharing
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Post time: 2010-1-7 03:16
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Very neat! Thanks for sharing
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Post time: 2010-7-23 03:04
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Thanks for this tutorial
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Post time: 2010-8-5 21:36
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very good idea, thanks
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Post time: 2010-8-14 23:56
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nice! thanks!
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