TOP TIPS FOR STARTING CROSS STITCH!

March 06, 2018

I'm very excited to be included in the latest April 2018 issue of Cross Stitcher magazine as I know so many of you are subscribers. As a long time stitcher, I was asked to submit some of my best tips for cross stitching with ease! I thought natural lighting was a must.   

 

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I know that there are special lamps available that bend right over and illuminate your piece but for me, my eyes get so dry and so tired by 8pm there's no way I can stitch accurately. My favourite time to stitch is just after lunchtime with my back to our big main window in the sitting room, with comfy cushions and time to relax and focus! What would be your top tip of all time?

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Happy stitching!



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