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Tips to Style Your Cross-Stitch At Home

Tips to Style Your Cross-Stitch At Home

Seville These designs are easy to style. Set them alongside a space that needs a perk, or add them to an already vivid space. Brass Copper Richly-coloured cloth Earthenware pottery Velvet Modern Glam The designs are breezy, abstract and upscale, and go as well with industrial chic as old glamour. Marble Faux fur Mirrors Candles Champagne flutes Boho On-trend in home decor, the boho vibe is free-spirited, mellow, and eclectic. Handmade Layered Wood Wool Cacti

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Cross-stitch, mindfulness, and mistakes

Cross-stitch, mindfulness, and mistakes

When you are new to something, you are going to make mistakes. That's frustrating. And needlework, such as cross-stitch, does require some precision. But Rosy & Grey doesn't want perfection to get in the way of your enjoyment, so we designed patterns that we call mistake-friendly. We choose shapes for our abstract designs that can handle mistakes. So if you miss a stitch, add an extra, if your rows don't line up, or you counted incorrectly (those holes are small), your cross-stitch will still look good. And no one will know unless you show them. Another reason for creating mistake-friendly...

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How to use a cross-stitch chart

How to use a cross-stitch chart

How to use the colour key and match the thread to the pattern Find the thread number on its middle black wrapper. Match the thread number to the colour key. Use the colour key to match the thread to the pattern. Start stitching Find the centre of the Aida cloth by folding on its length and width. Find the centre of your pattern by looking for where the two red lines meet. Match your thread to the colour key, then to the pattern. You may wish to write the thread number on the pattern itself, especially if you have two...

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Cross-stitch is a skill you can learn in forty seconds.

Cross-stitch is a skill you can learn in forty seconds.

Here are a couple of ways to learn cross-stitch. First a diagram, then scroll down for a video. You can also download a PDF of the Rosy & Grey How to Cross-Stitch Here is the Rosy & Grey How to Cross Stitch video.

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