Cross stitch finishing

Take your cross stitch projects to the next level with these creative and beautiful finishing ideas. Learn how to showcase your cross stitch creations and add the perfect finishing touch to your work.
This beginner needlework tutorial was first posted on my old blog several years ago. Many things have changed since then :) I no longer have time for embroidery Hardanger Embroidery, Hand Embroidery Stitches, Embroidery Tutorials, Embroidery And Stitching, Embroidery Techniques, Ribbon Embroidery, Embroidery Projects, Cross Stitching, Embroidery Patterns

This beginner needlework tutorial was first posted on my old blog several years ago. Many things have changed since then :) I no longer have time for embroidery, but I keep promising myself that one day I'll get to play with all those colorful boxes of meticulously sorted floss bobbins and a stash of beautiful linen fabric. I still have the pictures, so I'll attempt to recreate this very simple visual step by step tutorial how to make a square pillow pincushion with tassels attached to all…

Anne Pinkava
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There are a number of ways to prepare your finished cross stitch or embroidery for framing. One of the easiest is to use self-stick mounting board, also called press-on board or simply, sticky board. Sticky board is thick cardboard with a high-tack adhesive on one side. It's acid-free so sticky board is safe for all kinds of needlework, and the adhesive is repositionable so it is particularly forgiving and easy to use.

Jill LeTempt
Cross Stitch Letters, Cross Stitch Pillow, Cross Stitch Bookmarks, Cross Stitch Needles, Cross Stitch Fabric, Diy Cross Stitch, Cross Stitch Samplers, Simple Cross Stitch, Cross Stitch Gifts Ideas

Have you found yourself deep into a project and you start to notice that your stitches look a bit messy? This has happened to me more than once. It seems way simpler than it actually is sometimes to keep your work looking tidy. But don’t worry! All of these tips will help improve the finished …

Kristine King