Ironing the embroidery is an important part of giving the embroidery a finished look after finishing the work. Not all embroiderers perform this step, but it not only helps to align the jammed areas of the canvas, but also to align the embroidered crosses, remove distortions.
Many people tend to believe that doing needlework is just a hobby, some even call it a waste of time. But in fact, needlework has a beneficial effect on many aspects of a person’s life.
Do you know how you can determine the canvas count quickly? Or how should you care of your embroidery? And how can vinegar help you? If not, read this issue to know.
Do you know what lurex is and how can you use it in your embroidery? If not read this issue with small tips and tutorial.
Today I’d like to share with you one more small tutorial issue on the topic of cross-stitch for beginners. And the topic of today’s article will be blended thread.
Do you know about canvas marking? What for is it? I’ll share with you a small tip about this stitching option.
In this small x-stitch tip you’ll know about monochrome. What is it? When is it used?
Do you know what floss organizer is? If not I’ll tell you about it and show how it lokks like and when it is usually used.
Lots of beginners confused when heard this terminology. What is full coverage cross stitch? Actually, everything is much simpler than it seems.