[HNW] Cross stitch question

Johnna Holloway johnnae at mac.com
Thu Jul 26 04:47:25 PDT 2012


This might help. It's labeled 3/4 but it has diagrams.

http://www.thecrossstitchguild.com/CSG_Members'_Studio/Members_Reading/Three-quarter_Cross_Stitch_(Of_Course_You_Can_Do_It)_by_Jo_Verso.aspx

The set sounds very nice.

Johnna

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On Jul 26, 2012, at 4:22 AM, Zelina Silverfox <zelina at gmail.com> wrote:

> Morning.
> I know the set that you are talking about. Very pretty when done.
> 
> Are you familiar with doing 1/4 stitches. You would do this petite point using the same hole.  You will have to make the needle go through the center on your square.
> Hope that made sense.  
> 
> Happy stitching.
> 
> Z
> 
> On Thu, Jul 26, 2012 at 2:18 AM, <penny1a at costumegallery.com> wrote:
> I am working on a series of Christmas stockings that were published in Cross Stitch Magazines during the 1980s.  The stocking that I am presently working is of a sewing room and there are two miniature samplers on the wall of the room.  The samplers are worked with 1 strand over one thread. How is this accomplished when I am working on 14 count aida cloth with three strands of floss?   Does anyone know of a good website that shows how to do this on 14 aida cloth?  
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