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How to sew at cross stitch count

What does the kit

  • Cut to the required size
  • Fire mouline
  • Enlarged chart
  • A cardboard with holes for threads (except thumbnails)
  • Instructions translated
  • Special needle tailored to the pattern
  • A color image
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Start by comparing the colors of the threads with those in the diagram and he chooses them. Put the wires on the perforated cardboard, separated by colors and note the corresponding sign on the diagram. Divide the yarn into 6 strands.
The cross is generally sewn with two strands. If the diagram specifies explicitly, sew in a thread.
Each square on the diagram corresponds to a cross on the canvas.
The continuous lines on the diagram represent the stitch at the contour point that is generally sewn with a fir.

Drawing the blade and determining the middle of the blade

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Thread the canvas so it doesn’t break.

Then determine the center of the canvas by folding in four by the middle of each side or by guiding yourself by the signs from the canvas if printed.
You can sew the middle lines by sewing with an olive string, thus counting. At the intersection of threads is the middle of the canvas and you start to embroider from here (follow the arrows on the diagram), preferably with the surface larger than a certain color and then complementing with the smaller surfaces.


To have enough yarn , it is good to sew the rows with a crosspiece and then return with the crosspiece above. Be careful that the top half of the crosspiece is always in the same direction.

Do not cross more than 1 centimeter on the back of the canvas from one color zone to another and tightly thread the ends of the yarn below the seam already made. Never start and end with knots.


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