Cross stitch floss
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Learn how to cross stitch with light effects/metallic thread (without throwing it out of the window). Metallic thread can be such a pain to stitch with, so I share my best hints and tips that have helped me stitch with this thread, because I do love the sparkle and use this thread in my designs a lot. #howtocrossstitch #dmcthreads #diycrafts #hannahhandmakes
Beth Murphy saved to Cross stitch
Have a DMC thread color and want to lookup the others that are closest to it? Enter the code or click the thread color to instantly see the best matches
Kira Meyer saved to Sewing Ideas
How to cross stitch with metallic floss tips & tricks | Stitching with DMC Light Effects Metallic Floss
How to cross stitch with metallic embroidery floss We love to make our embroidery projects pop, and metallic threads add lots of sparkle to your embroidery piece. But stitching with these special flosses is a bit more tricky than using regular cotton Mouline. If you are new to this type of floss, you might
Ellie Schofield saved to Embroidery
View, download and print Dmc Floss Color Charts pdf template or form online. 2 Dmc Floss Color Charts are collected for any of your needs.
Kat Netz saved to Stitch patterns
In this episode, I am explaining all of the different DMC threads for cross sitch that you can get and use.
Lisa Kennedy saved to Cross Stitch & Embroidery
Examples of cross-stitches using different numbers of stands of floss across various fabric thread counts using full-cross stitches and half-cross (tent) stitching.
Olivia Mireles saved to Finger-stitchin' Good!
Have you tried DMC’s Coloris floss? When I discovered it a year ago, I knew I had to use it in some cross-stitch projects. After experimenting with it, I love using it. It is fun and magical to watch the way the variegated colors play out in the designs as you stitch. If you have used it,
Ruth saved to cross stitch
There are a number of ways to start your thread when doing cross stitch or hand embroidery, but my all-time favorite is the knotless loop start method. Not only is it quick and easy, but it helps keep the back of your work neat and tidy. While it is my go-to method, there is one caveat. The loop method can only be used
Darice Wareham saved to Cross Stitch
When you cross stitch, the natural oils from your fingers transfer to your fabric. These oils become yellow stains on your Aida cloth over time. Even if your cross-stitch piece looks clean, it’s st…
Margaret Nicholes saved to Cross stitch
A quick start to the week here, with a little “hack” for embroidery floss organization! This is a terrific idea from Brenda, a reader who sent along some photos of how she’s been keeping her collection of DMC floss organized for some 30 years. If you have a large collection of floss – say, a ...
Patty Ubbens saved to Crafts Sewing Organization