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    A collection of cross-stitch articles dedicated to the art that uses thread and a needle. Variety of related sites and links to stitching techniques

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    What is Your Best Low-Cost Wedding Gift Idea
    It's that time of year. People are tying the knot, and you're poring over registry lists trying to find a lovely gift that won't break the bank. So what's a budget-conscious gal to do? Borrow one of these ideas from savvy TCW readers just like you: I like to cross-stitch a reproduction of the wedding invitation, the bride and groom's names and wedding date, or a pillow with the last-name initial of the
    09-Jun-2005 - Details

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    Cross-Stitch -How to choose the best thread for your projects
    Some embroidery threads have a reputation for being difficult to work with, but most likely a few slight adjustments can reduce the breakage problems. The three parameters that can effect breakerage level are thread tension, bobbin fillament thread & needle. We would recommend using bobbin thread of lighter weight than the needle thread, and similar fiber content
    13-Jun-2005 - Details

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    PC Stitch question: stitching a photograph
    I'm hoping someone can answer a question for me in regards to stitching a photograph with a pattern made from PC Stitch. How many colors should I pick to make sure that the finished project will look like a photograph? Is 100 enough, or do I need more to make it look realistic
    05-Jul-2005 - Details

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    Care and Washing Instructions For Your Needlework Projects
    When handling any needlework, always take the special care that is necessary to keep your work clean. Wash hands frequently to prevent body oils from staining the fabric or embroidery
    25-Jun-2005 - Details

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    Review - 3-D Cross Stitch
    With Christmas coming (as it always does!), I'm featuring this little review as part of our "Christmas in July." In this great book by Meg Evershed, you can find all the info you'll need to create your own tabletop village to decorate for the holidays...and more.
    26-Jul-2005 - Details

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    CrossMagic Cross-Stitch Database Program
    CrossMagic for Windows is a Windows based database program for cross-stitch enthusiasts. It allows you to enter and maintain details on all your materials (i.e. floss, beads, etc), charts and projects. It will print reports on what materials you've run out of and need to buy again, which charts you can make with your existing stock of floss, what floss you need to buy to make a particular chart, inventory lists, which projects you've completed and which are still under construction, it will even let you enter a search text and will list all the charts you own that pertain to that subject. You can export your data from charts, materials, fabrics & tools, or projects to other databases (i.e. export your data to a Palm or Pocket PC machine and take it shopping). Comes with a complete catalogue of DMC & Anchor Embroidery Floss, Balger / Kreinik Filament, DMC Flower Thread, Balger Ribbon, and you can add your own material types (i.e. beads) if you want to. Evenweave conversion is catered for, and there is comprehensive on-line help for all options. At long last you'll be able to get your hobby organised!
    29-Jun-2005 - Details

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    Cross Stitching Tips and Tricks
    Here are lots of tips and tricks to help you improve your cross-stitching or try a new technique
    13-Jul-2005 - Details

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    Learn To Cross Stitch In 5 Minutes
    Counted cross stitch is easy to learn! Feel free to print out this graph and instructions and share it with others
    20-Jul-2005 - Details

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    Hints on Counted Cross Stitch
    Counted cross stitch is the most popular form of embroidery in the United States today. It's widely accepted because it's easy. and it offers such an exciting array of project design books. Here are some tips if you are just beginning.
    10-Aug-2005 - Details

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    Stitch your favorite photo in cross stitch
    Converting a favorite photo to a cross stitch pattern is easy with most cross stitch pattern-creating software! If you've never tried, read my 3-part article that will tell you how to do it, and scan in a photo and give it a whirl!
    21-Aug-2005 - Details

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    Cross Stitch Basics topic for Museum Mornings Sat
    It does not matter whether you are an experienced cross stitcher or just want to know about the craft, you will enjoy this month's Museum Morning at the Fort Morgan Museum.
    The museum invites you to "Cross Stitch Basics" where you can learn about the history of needlework
    17-Sep-2005 - Details

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    For ridge woman, stitching is a lifestyle
    Sherwood's knowledge includes crochet, Brazilian and Ukranian embroidery, crewel work, cross-stitch, quilting, blackwork and her favorite, Hardanger embroidery that originated in the 1700s in Norway.
    03-Oct-2005 - Details

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    How to Read a Cross Stitch Pattern
    If you're a stitching newbie, reading a cross stitch chart can be a little daunting! Don't worry...I'm here to help, with a little piece all about how to read those pesky cross stitch patterns! They're really easy, once you know...
    16-Nov-2005 - Details

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    One womans secret of life: Cross-stitch
    A tiny Christmas ornament takes no time to complete for this cross-stitching expert. Bigger projects sometimes take months. But with every colorful stitch, a little more of what the finished product will look like is revealed.
    20-Dec-2005 - Details

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    Cross Stitch by Za - Advice on Framing your cross stitch
    There are a lot of different ways to frame projects. My friend Ange gets them professionally framed. They look fabulous but this is unfortunately out of my price range. I have always framed my own trying various techniques.
    25-Jan-2006 - Details

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    Cross Stitch by Za - Advice on Stitching
    This is a rough sketch of canvas (fabric, evenweave etc). The white squares represent the holes. To do a cross simple start from the back (leaving a strand to stitch down later) and bring the needle up on the bottom of the square you want to stitch. I usually start bottom right hand corner
    27-Jan-2006 - Details

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    Cross Stitch by Za - Why Cross Stitch
    I find that when I stitch I can block out the rest of the world. It's a peaceful and calming time and it's something that's just for me. I'm sure all you wives and mothers will know what I'm talking about.
    29-Jan-2006 - Details

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