Stitch sentence examples

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  • She learned the stitch this week, and is very proud of the achievement.

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  • Men say that a stitch in time saves nine, and so they take a thousand stitches today to save nine tomorrow.

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  • By the time she'd made the second stitch, he was unconscious and she was sick to her stomach.

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  • Rhyn focused the little bit of magic he had remaining on the wood.  Fire sprang up.  With it, Rhyn felt a stitch of the seam binding his power snap.

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  • Where, as in private herbaria, the specimens are not liable to be handled with great frequency, a stitch here and there round the stem, tied at the back of the sheet, or slips of paper passed over the stem through two slits in the sheet and attached with gum to its back, or simply strips of gummed paper laid across the stem, may be resorted to.

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  • And every stitch, he writes, represents a kind wish for my health and happiness.

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  • add-on module to import stitch files.

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  • You work the four bobbins in a cloth stitch.

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  • Early in the morning, while all things are crisp with frost, men come with fishing-reels and slender lunch, and let down their fine lines through the snowy field to take pickerel and perch; wild men, who instinctively follow other fashions and trust other authorities than their townsmen, and by their goings and comings stitch towns together in parts where else they would be ripped.

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  • Wild with a 3 3/4 inch stiletto heel, a Western-inspired design and knee height, the Wonder features stitch detailing and metallic leather inlays, along with a slouchy style and a buckle, strap and harness accents.

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  • The other major difference between cross stitch and needlepoint is that a needlepoint design fills up the entire fabric, while cross stitch can be large or small but almost always has blank canvas around the stitched image.

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  • House of Kats: You'll find many great cross stitch charts and patterns at this site.

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  • bobbins in a cloth stitch.

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  • Your local friendly cobbler will stitch it for a couple of quid.

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  • You can find cross stitch supplies at a variety of places, such as Hobby Lobby or even Wal-Mart.

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  • Their youth is spent to teach them to stitch and sew, or make baubles.

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  • Add a little eye candy to your knitting project with our fun stitch markers!

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  • Tambour is a French word meaning ' drum ' The tambour method uses a hooked needle to make a continuous chain stitch.

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  • cloth stitch (or half stitch) at a time.

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  • crochet stitch.

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  • cross stitch.

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  • Using bold color and fluid lines, my paintings are often embellished with print and stitch.

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  • For instance, Interweave Knitting has a free pattern which includes illustrated instructions for the Norwegian Cast On and Kitchener Stitch used to graft the toes of the socks.

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  • buttonhole stitch.

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  • Stitch from the center out as much as possible, being careful to keep track of the parts you have stitched so you will always be on track to have a finished piece that looks like it is supposed to.

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  • Many cross stitch charts that you'll find online are offered in .pdf format, which means that you'll need to download and install the free Adobe Acrobat Reader in order to view and print them.

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  • The foundation of all crochet is the chain stitch.

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  • Stitch around the edge, and use them as napkins.

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  • Celtic Cross Stitch: You can create your own Celtic letter chart with their generator, which can be used alone or as an addition to a cross-stitched picture.

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  • Dawn's Cross Stitch: The site design isn't pretty, but they offer an extensive list of free patterns.

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  • Once you find some websites that offer cross stitch charts you want to try, see if the site offers a newsletter as well.

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  • Though the Internet is the very best resource for free cross stitch patterns and charts, there are some other ways to get your hands on them.

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  • Whether you've downloaded a new cross stitch chart or received one from a friend, you'll need to familiarize yourself with the pattern and instructions before you begin stitching.

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  • If you're itching to begin a new cross stitch project, these free charts are just the thing to get you started!

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  • Using the term "crochet stitch" is actually a little misleading.

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  • Every pattern is built from the loops of the chain stitch, and every pattern will start with a command to "ch" a certain number of stitches.

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  • In fact, once you've mastered the single and double crochet, you can teach yourself almost any other stitch.

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  • Yarn over hook and bring it through the chain stitch.

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  • Make sure to add the chain stitch at the end of each row until you have reached your desired length.

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  • To use this basic stitch, check out the Basic Chenille Dishcloth.

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  • A good way to practice this stitch is with the Treble Cross Stitch Scarf.

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  • Although learning any crochet stitch takes practice, the resulting project is often spectacular.

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  • I decided I wanted to use up the yarn by making a series of blocks that I would then stitch together into an afghan.

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  • On the third row, and every knit row thereafter, increase by one stitch on each side of the piece.

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  • There are many methods for increasing, but the one I use, shown here, is knitting in the front and the back of the stitch.

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  • If a stitch pattern intrigues you, but you aren't sure you'd like a whole sweater or wrap in that design, make a scarf instead and see how you like it.

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  • Adapt this idea to whatever pattern you would like to use, or make up your own stitch pattern!

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  • To make a knitted sock, you either use double-pointed needles or two sets of circular needles to stitch your sock.

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  • Pull the yarn tightly on the first stitch on each needle so that the round will be tight, making the stitches of your knitting sock uniform.

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  • The unworked stitches can be left on their needles or slipped onto stitch holders.

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  • As you work, you will stitch more and more stitches until finally you have worked the whole row and the heel is turned.

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  • You may love to cross stitch, for instance, while your kids find it boring.

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  • Stitch over the lines and pull the product away when you are done.

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  • Sometimes, a larger bead is used in the center of the stitch to create a more elaborate effect.

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  • Peyote stitch: The peyote stitch has several variations, including flat, even, and odd-count as well as zipping up or joining flat peyote.

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  • Brick stitch: The brick stitch one of the most versatile beading techniques, since it can be used to make dangling earrings as well as beaded fringe.

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  • Twill stitch: Once you've mastered the twill stitch, you'll be well on your way to creating anklets, chokers, belts, and bracelets in almost any design you can imagine.

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  • The twill stitch can be also be used to create beaded wall hangings or other home décor projects.

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  • According to Annie's Attic, the hooks were designed to handle larger projects using a double stitch.

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  • There are many books that outline basic techniques for double stitch crocheting.

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  • Cross stitch free pattern archives can make finding your next cross stitch project a breeze.

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  • There are plenty of patterns online for beginners, and you can learn how to cross stitch in one simple session.

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  • One cross stitch is comprised of two stitches which form an X.

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  • There are typically two main types of cross stitches: counted cross stitch and stamped cross stitch.

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  • Counted Cross Stitch: This is by far the most popular cross stitch.

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  • Gather these together in a rubber band and stitch your false plait to them.

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  • purl the next stitch.

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  • purl side of the stocking stitch fabric is called reverse stocking stitch.

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  • They zone out in front of the television because they're too drunk to read a book or stitch a quilt.

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  • Crafts contains a good selection of projects if you want to try your hand at knitting, quilting or cross stitch.

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  • rows of glass beads applied in lazy stitch technique on beige thread.

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  • From Victorian samplers to bookmarks, stitch something you like!

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  • Two holes in skin on each leg are patched on the exterior with cream dehaired sealskin sewn with sinew in running stitch.

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  • sewn with black cotton thread in overcast stitch.

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  • If you aren't confident enough to begin on your own, check out your local hobby shops and craft stores to inquire about cross stitch lessons.

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  • You can typically buy simple cross stitch kits at these stores as well.

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  • Basically, cross stitch involves making a series of X's on a piece of fabric.

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  • You typically use fabric designed for cross stitch, although you can use other fabric.

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  • In order to use a counted cross stitch, you would refer to a chart/pattern.

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  • Stamped Cross Stitch: This type of cross stitch uses fabrics with pre-printed designs.

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  • Eventually, you will accumulate a large supply of cross stitch thread to choose from.

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  • Now that you've had a very basic introduction into the art of cross stitching, it's time to check out the cross stitch free pattern archives that we've found.

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  • Artecy Cross Stitch: At least 10 new patterns are added every two weeks to this site.

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  • EMS Cross Stitch Board: You must be registered to access these patterns, but there are lots of great patterns to choose from.

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  • ABC Cross Stitch Patterns: Sign up to get plenty of counted cross stitch charts in PDF format, designed by A.B.C.

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  • Nancy Hearne: This site has several free cross stitch patterns.

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  • Monet cross stitch patterns offer you the chance to be a great artist without ever picking up a paint brush!

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  • We've compiled a list of links to a variety of Monet cross stitch patterns.

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  • Scarlet Quince: You can find a beautiful cross stitch pattern of Monet's painting "Irises" at this site.

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  • The Happy Cross Stitcher: This site stocks a full range of Monet cross stitch, tapestry, embroidery designs, and kits.

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  • Nordic Needle: You'll find a variety of cross stitch pattern books at this site.

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  • Salt and Pepper: You can find many classical masterpieces in cross stitch patterns at this site, including Monet's "The River" and "Water Lilies".

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  • L & G Point Cross Stitch Gallery: At this site, you can find original free cross stitch patterns to print on line, including famous masterpieces, such as Renoir, Murillo, Cezanne, Monet, Gauguin, Van Gogh, Lautrec, Degas, and Whistler.

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  • Finally, for more cross stitch patterns, check out your local hobby or craft store or look for particular patterns and charts at eBay.

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  • Ch 5 (chain five spaces), join with a sl st (slip stitch) to form a ring.

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  • Looking for a free cross stitch pattern for Precious Moments?

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  • We've scouted out some great cross stitch patterns for you.

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  • Create a gift that is sure to please almost anyone with a free cross stitch pattern for Precious Moments.

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  • Precious Moments Community: The creators of this site, Pat Carson and Gloria Steele, met with Samuel Butcher to show him his Goose Girl and two angels on a cloud, which they had converted into cross stitch.

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  • Bird Cross Stitch: At this site, you'll find links to numerous cross stitch patterns and sites.

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  • Gloria-Pat: This adorable little Precious Moments bear was designed exclusively for use as a free cross stitch pattern to benefit charitable endeavors like Operation Teddy Bear.

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  • Past Impressions: Here you can find cross stitch charts, kits, fabric, and thread.

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  • You'll need to adjust the stitch length on your machine to 18-20 stitches per inch to avoid splits in stitching.

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  • To seal the stitch, begin sewing before the line for piece #1.

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  • Once you've done this, you can put the pattern under the pressure foot and sew the second stitch line, again starting and stopping a few stitches before and after the line.

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  • A vintage grapes cross stitch piece makes a perfect gift for any occasion.

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  • Your mom isn't the only person in your life who will treasure a cross stitch present, however.

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  • Vintage grapes cross stitch patterns are typically made using a counted cross stitch design.

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  • Counted cross stitch is often the way to go for beginners.

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  • Just like working with a paint-by-number kit, the cross stitch pattern and stitch counts will give you step-by-step instructions.

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  • One of the best cross stitch sites online is at Yarn Tree.

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  • They encourage other crafters to copy their instructions and patterns to share with anyone and everyone all in the name of promoting the art of cross stitch.

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  • Before you begin searching for that vintage grapes cross stitch pattern, check out these instructions if you aren't sure how to use counted cross stitch.

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  • Cross stitch really isn't an expensive hobby, although of course thread and material choices can make a difference in how much money you spend on your craft.

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  • Counted cross stitch transfers a design from a printed graph onto even-weave fabric.

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  • Graph: This is the pattern or design you chose to stitch.

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  • The fabric for cross stitch is woven in an even manner so that you know exactly where to place your needle.

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  • Embroidery hoop or frame: Some type of frame is helpful to hold the fabric while you stitch.

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  • Looking for some vintage grapes cross stitch patterns?

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  • Instead of completing the stitch, however, simply pull until you have a 1/16-inch loop.

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  • Use the needle and thread to stitch the fishing bobbers and sinkers to the lampshade at regular intervals.

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  • For crafters that love cross stitching, joining cross stitch monthly clubs adds extra enjoyment to the hobby.

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  • Joining a club often gives a solitary cross stitcher the chance to learn about working on various types of fabrics, using different types of threads and seeing firsthand different cross stitch techniques.

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  • Many monthly cross stitch clubs are held by yarn, sewing or craft shops.

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  • An excellent resource for finding cross stitch clubs in your area is Meet Up.

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  • Take out a small ad in a local shopper's newspaper telling everyone about your new cross stitch club.

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  • Make sure you know the expenses of running a cross stitch club.

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  • Lynn's Country Cross Stitch holds its club meetings at their store in Trenton, Florida.

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  • The Ashford Cross Stitch Club is a small group that meets monthly in a church hall.

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  • Another cross stitch club meeting held in Bletchley, United Kingdom is Threads and Patches.

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  • If you enjoy cross stitching and love to socialize, belonging to a cross stitch monthly club is an activity that you definitely would enjoy.

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  • If there is not a cross stitch club in your area, take the initiative and start one of your own.

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  • Peyote Bracelet Kit: If you've always wanted to try Peyote stitch beading, this kit contains the supplies you'll need to make your first bracelet.

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  • A beanie made with a plain stockinette stitch and no color changes will be much easier than a beanie that has a Fair Isle pattern knit into it.

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  • Once you have made a fairly simple beanie, you may want to make the same pattern again using several colors of yarn or different stitch patterns.

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  • A lot depends on the stitch or pattern you choose.

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  • A tighter or double stitch will produce a stronger blanket no matter what the yarn type.

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  • For hats that use more than one panel, you should pin the entire hat before attempting the first stitch.

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  • Make a blanket stitch around the edge of each piece.

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  • Experienced needle crafters know the value of finding supplies at no cost, especially free counted cross stitch patterns.

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  • Explore the many ways to add stunning new designs to your cross stitch pattern collection.

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  • The Internet offers an extremely wide range of free needle craft supplies, and counted cross stitch patterns are no exception.

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  • If you're in search of basic designs, Free Cross Stitch Pattern is for you.

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  • There is also an art category that offers over 100 classic paintings that have been converted to cross stitch patterns.

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  • The great thing about the free counted cross stitch patterns featured at Free Patterns is the quality of the design.

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  • The Bird Cross Stitch site lists a wide range of original counted cross stitch patterns as well as many links to other sites with free patterns.

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  • There are only three free counted cross stitch patterns available at Epic Stitch, but they are high quality replicas of William Bouguereau paintings.

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  • To entice consumers, KS Cross Stitch offers four adorable patterns of babies in hats on their website for free.

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  • Depending upon which you choose, you can convert existing photos to cross stitch charts or design your own pattern completely from scratch.

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  • PC Stitch offers a trial period without a time limit, but you cannot save your projects until you purchase.

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  • Win Stitch: Like other programs, Win Stitch allows users to import photographs and clipart for conversion to a counted cross stitch chart.

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  • You can also design and create a cross stitch pattern from scratch.

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  • Fave Crafts: In addition to ten free and easy crochet patterns, Fave Crafts provides users with concise crochet instructions and stitch explanations.

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  • When you stitch around them, they will stand out, looking like they are slightly popping out of the blanket.

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  • Repeat this stitch until you reach the desired length.

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  • On the How to Make Jewelry website, you can find some that play off of the basic stitch you made for the candy stripe bracelet.

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  • There are also instructions for various beading techniques, like the triangle weave or square stitch.

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  • It is up to you whether you "stitch in the ditch" or stictch alongside the seams.

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  • Downloadable cross stitch patterns are abundant on the Internet.

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  • Some companies on the internet will allow you to design your own cross stitch pattern to your specifications using your own photo or picture.

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  • Cross stitch is a popular textile craft using needle and embroidery floss or thread on cloth to make a picture or design.

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  • Historically women used cross stitch patterns to embellish their household items such as dishcloths, linens, and doilies.

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  • DMC, the makers of one brand of embroidery floss, provide free downloadable cross stitch patterns.

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  • Free Patterns Online has cross stitch patterns for free to download.

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  • Gran's Stitch Niche has free cross stitch patterns to download.

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  • Stitch Alley has free cross stitch patterns to download.

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  • Free Cross Stitch is full of cute, free, downloadable cross stitch patterns.

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  • Patterns Online has over 5000 downloadable cross stitch patterns to choose from.

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  • Converting your digital photos or pictures into a downloadable cross stitch pattern will make cross stitching even more fun.

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  • Cross Stitch allows you to upload your photo or favorite picture and change it into a cross stitch pattern.

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  • This site also allows you to draw your own cross stitch pattern and download it.

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  • Downloadable cross stitch patterns available on the Internet have made cross stitching much easier.

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  • Use a stitch marker, safety pin, or contrasting piece of yarn to mark each row.

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  • Start stitching at the second stitch at the bottom and stitch around the corners to give the peel a slightly rounded end.

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  • A John Deere cross stitch is a popular country-themed design.

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  • John Deere tractors, with their bright green color, make an attractive focal point for a cross stitch picture.

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  • Many kits and cross stitch designs are available on the Internet and in needlework stores.

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  • Before selecting a design for a John Deere cross stitch project, you should be aware of some constraints on the use of the John Deere name, logo, and images under trademark and copyright law.

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  • If you are planning to sell your finished work, you'll want to find a John Deere-licensed cross stitch kit or pattern.

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  • There are a number of publishers of cross stitch kits and patterns that sell images of John Deere tractors.

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  • If you use a transfer, you'll need to convert it to a cross stitch pattern.

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  • If you enjoy cross stitch, it is possible to find a variety of kits, transfers, and patterns depicting John Deere tractors.

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  • John Deere cross stitch is appealing to people who have grown up on the farm riding, and perhaps learning to drive, on John Deere tractors.

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  • Henry VIII cross stitch seems appropriate, because historians believe Catherine of Aragon, one of Henry VIII's many wives, ihave brought black stitch, a precursor to cross stitch, from Spain to England.

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  • The lush colors and the intricacy of their pre-Elizabethan costumes make these royal personages appealing subjects for those who love to cross stitch.

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  • The number of available Henry VIII cross stitch patterns is limited.

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  • Although Henry VIII cross stitch patterns are few and far between, it is possible to find them.

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  • Many of Debbie's designs come with a stitch guide with a colored photograph of the finished needlepoint and a thread list.

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  • In the future, books of stitch guides for related designs will be available from Painted Pony Designs.

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  • A 12 Days of Christmas stocking from Past Times Needlepoint is ready for you to stitch.

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  • Run a basting stitch all around the edge of the pouch about two inches from the edge.

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  • You will pull this stitch up to gather the top and loosen it to open it.

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  • Because this bra is entirely stitch, tag, and seam free, you'll feel like you're not wearing anything at all!

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  • Stitch Diva: For another piece you might wear as part of an ensemble, say, over a camisole, go to Stitch Diva, which has a pattern for a crocheted corset.

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  • Turn the raw edge over, and top stitch to finish it.

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  • The logo needs to be sent to us in digital format via email, or it can be scanned and faxed so we can digitize it into a stitch design.

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  • STITCH Club is the brainchild of former music biz PR, Alison McNicol.

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  • Salt and Pepper has numerous cross stitch and embroidery Christmas stockings.

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  • You could cross stitch the person's name onto the bookmark, or collect some small Christmas cross stitch motifs to make a cute holiday bookmark.

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  • Back the strip of cross stitch fabric with a wide piece of red, green, or holiday patterned ribbon.

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  • If you want to make gorgeous quilted quilt tops but don't want to take the time to stitch the whole thing by hand, you'll need a long arm quilting machine.

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  • Some machines also have a feature that allows you to stitch one stitch at a time, which can be helpful if you are doing something very intricate.

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  • Stitch along the lines and then just tear the paper away.

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  • Again, you can put these designs on a plan sheet of paper and stitch right over it.

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  • Don't feel like reading a book or perusing a Web site to figure out the granny square stitch?

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  • add a little eye candy to your knitting project with our fun stitch markers!

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  • Lilo & Stitch is, I guess you could say, one of Disney's first flirtation with science fiction animation.

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  • garter stitch scarf in chunky yarn with big needles - some instant gratification to get her hooked.

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  • The 24 stitch garter carriage pattern produces a fabric which lies completely flat and drapes excellently.

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  • One of six self-feed drill rigs used with Nimbus Ultima core drills to stitch drill the reinforced concrete haunches.

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  • Jacquard bed linen is layered with a luxurious Lola silk quilt with stitch and pompom detail.

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  • knitted in garter stitch.

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  • He has transfixing lyrics that leave the audience with stitch from belly laughter!

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  • moss stitch textured design.

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  • Stitch is said to look like a cute baby panda bear with fangs.

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  • slip stitch pattern - sometimes called ' tea cozy ' stitch.

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  • The skin is closed, usually with a dissolving stitch buried under the skin.

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  • decrease 1 stitch on each side, giving you 3 needles left holding yarn.

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  • stitch drilling can be more cost-effective in terms of smaller openings.

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  • stitch bookmark kits available from just £ 4.50.

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  • stitch markers.

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  • I'm thinking garter stitch scarf in chunky yarn with big needles - some instant gratification to get her hooked.

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  • Knitting continues in the round in stocking stitch, with a false seam created by a column of purl stitches down each side.

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  • Must admit however, I never learned knitting or anything fancier than a double crochet stitch.

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  • Both designs have raglan sleeves and a simple stocking stitch throughout.

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  • I gave Mr Briggs a cross stitch picture I'd done for him to say thanks for everything he's done.

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  • stocking stitch, and found this was just the book to help.

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  • I have " unvented " a stitch that I call the trellis stitch (it reminds me of a garden trellis ).

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  • "Tell the tailors," said he, "to remember to make a knot in their thread before they take the first stitch."

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  • Pull yarn A over to left and wrap yarn B under A as you bring it across to purl the next stitch.

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  • The purl side of the stocking stitch fabric is called reverse stocking stitch.

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  • They zone out in front of the television because they 're too drunk to read a book or stitch a quilt.

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  • Lower part of both sides is decorated with concentric U-shaped rows of glass beads applied in lazy stitch technique on beige thread.

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  • From Victorian samplers to bookmarks, stitch something you like !

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  • Backed with cream fabric (in two pieces) sewn with black cotton thread in overcast stitch.

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  • A beautifully soft and light fabric is produced by this slip stitch pattern - sometimes called ' tea cozy ' stitch.

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  • Decrease 1 stitch on each side, giving you 3 needles left holding yarn.

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  • Johnson Crafts have a massive range of cross stitch bookmark kits available from just £ 4.50.

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  • K 50 rows; mark on both sides using stitch markers.

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  • I gave Mr Briggs a cross stitch picture I 'd done for him to say thanks for everything he 's done.

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  • She wanted to go beyond garter and stocking stitch, and found this was just the book to help.

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  • Stitch beyond the first suture line to avoid needle damage to the first line.

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  • I have " unvented " a stitch that I call the Trellis stitch (it reminds me of a garden trellis).

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  • Embroidery machines make it possible to stitch almost anything on almost anything fabric.

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  • You can hand stitch or machine sew a seam which joins the outer edges.

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  • Consider making smaller items like pillows, chair cushions, valances that are easy to sew using a simple straight stitch.

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  • Sew with a 2 ½ millimeter zig zag stitch for the best results.

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  • Getting the thread tension just right may take a couple of tries, so don't ruin your painstakingly cut pattern pieces by using them to refine your stitch quality.

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  • Sew pattern pieces front sides facing with a one-half inch seam allowance all around using a stitch length of 12 to 15 stitches per inch.

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  • Some pillows feature elaborate needlework designs including tapestry, needlepoint, cross stitch, or embroidery.

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  • However, it's a good idea to practice on old scraps of cardstock and patterned paper before you attempt to stitch on your layout.

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  • While most people do use thread to stitch on their layouts, you may want to try stitching with no thread to add a subtle and understated embellishment.

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  • A simple cross stitch in each corner of your dominant photo is an easy way to add a charming touch to your project.

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  • To use up old scraps of patterned paper, whip stitch the chunks together to create a custom background with a crazy-quilt appearance.

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  • Stitch together two sheets of paper to make a pocket to hold memorabilia on your layout.

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  • Stitch buttons onto your pages to make a colorful border or a pretty decorative mat.

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  • Add them to a tag, tie them into bows, or stitch them directly onto your layout.

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  • You can decorate fabric with rub ons or stamps, then stitch it to your page.

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  • You can buy ribbon, sequins, beads on a string, buttons, appliqués or ruffles, all for very little money, as you can do a basic stitch.

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  • "The images on the blankets are actually put on stitch by stitch to create the image.

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  • Then, stitch around the edges creating a ½-seam allowance.

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  • Hand stitch the last side to close up the bedding.

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  • Hudson Park for Bloomingdale's: The department store's private label designs several different types of towels, but it is the Premier and Premier Stitch towels that are made with Supima cotton.

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  • The former is available in 16 colors, while the Stitch line features four variations.

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  • You can go to the shop, buy your yarn, sit down at the communal knitting table and be ready to block and stitch by mid-afternoon.

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  • You can make them in a solid color using only one stitch.

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  • From there, all you have to do is stitch it on.

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  • Instead of trying to hem the denim, which requires a heavy needle, you can stitch on an embroidered ribbon, thus giving the shorts a unique and charming style of their own.

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  • If you have a framed cross stitch sampler, or needlepoint kitchen towel, they're perfect in a country themed kitchen.

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  • If you find a loose end, simply secure it with a stitch, and it is as good as new.

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  • By utilizing this tool, one is able to able to view every stitch and detail of the fabric they are contemplating buying.

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  • Stitch by Design is only one example of a company that has no minimum requirement for orders and a wide variety of materials, colors, and in-stock designs.

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  • While it's easier for a beginning knitter to work with a pattern that gives the exact stitch count for your size, depending on your gauge, all patterns can be resized.

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  • A button may be off-center or a stitch may be out of place.

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  • Ribbed knitting is ideal in that it is an easy stitch and creates a snug item - unlike some home-knitted items that can end up stretching out, something ribbed will stay in place for years, if not decades.

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  • When she started out in 1984 with less than $400 in the bank, four design styles, and the inability to even sew a stitch, Eileen Fisher probably had no idea just how fast her venture would take off and grow.

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  • Check out Sprite Stitch for patterns and other ideas in creating pixel works of art.

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  • Singer machine used the same stitch that Elias Howe had patented in 1846.

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  • To reverse stitch you will need to turn the fabric around and go backwards.

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  • Experienced seamstresses and sewing machine aficionados to this day agree that this machine had a perfect stitch.

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  • It may be above or below the stitch control.

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  • Prior to the final stitch the amniotic fluid is re-injected into the uterus.

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  • The prep will be the same as for hand sewing, but you can use the blind hem stitch when using a machine for a clean, neat hem.

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  • Add a decorative edge, such as the blanket stitch.

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  • It offers 90 stitch functions, a one-step buttonhole feature, and a built-in needle-threader.

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  • This model, which sells for under $300, consistently gets good reviews from consumers, who praise its ease of use and stitch variety.

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  • If you do a lot of quilting and machine embroidery, you'll need a more complicated machine with a lot of stitch functions like the Kenmore 19110.

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  • Hand sew the opening closed using a slip stitch.

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  • You want to stitch the hood on with heavy duty thread and stitches so that it will stand up to the rigors of your child!

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  • Even a cursory glimpse at Salma Hayek's bikini photographs shows her commitment to the natural look; her hair is loose and flowing, and there's not a stitch of makeup to be found on her distinctive features.

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  • If you are handy with a sewing machine, then you can also trim off the straps and stitch down the excess.

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  • If you're more fashion-forward and trendy, take a peek at the Top Stitch, which features bold top stitching on dark blue denim.

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  • Stitching - Original celeb gowns won't ever have a single stitch out of place or hanging loose.

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  • AB Stitch jeans are embellished with the label's initials on the pockets.

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  • Options include cross stitch, felt appliqué, quilting, and beading kits, and some kits combine different crafts for more elaborate and challenging designs.

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  • Two shapes can be sewn together with whip stitch or blanket stitch and stuffed.

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  • Buy or make a pink pom-pom and stitch it to the back of the pants.

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  • You can stitch on "No. 2" in black letters if you do not plan to wear the clothes again.

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  • Stitch lines in the fins to create a ribbed effect.

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  • Glue or stitch on the white trim, add a beard and start practicing your "Ho, Ho Ho!"

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  • Details: Delicate leather accents and hand-sewn whip stitch detailing are also one-of-a-kind specifics.

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  • This unusual swirl stitch pattern purse will garner plenty of second looks.

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  • In order to foible those who are learning the difference between a real and fake handbag, some faux manufacturers have begun to stitch their lining.

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  • Typically, a special quilting stitch is used to create the pattern on the purses.

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  • Daveigh Chase: Voice of Lilo from Disney's popular television series Lilo & Stitch, this young star has also appeared in Carolina, Beethoven's 5th, and Haunted Lighthouse.

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  • Moore, frugal crafters can stock up on all the supplies they need to paint, stitch, bead, quilt, decorate, stamp, knit, scrapbook, or whatever else they dream up.

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  • Stitch up curtains from some old bed sheets, then string together beads from broken costume jewelry to create customized tiebacks.

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  • A better quality stitch and fabric often means the piece will last longer.

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  • It's available in full-grain leather and features a contrast stitch.

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  • Oxford. It comes in full-grain leather or nubuck with a contrast stitch.

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  • It takes painstaking care to evenly stitch the best shoes; many expensive sandals are made by hand, which is why they are built to last.

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  • Snowflake White: With its contrasting stitch done in a charming black and white pattern, this $26.95 pair will be easy to fall for!

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  • Crafted from top quality soft suede, the Moc toe finish has a charming stitch design that looks quite handsome indeed.

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  • Encore Chill Stitch: Available in a number of neutral, attractive colors, the Encore Chill Stitch is especially comfortable during the chilly winter months.

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  • Bowen: The Bowen Stitch and Bowen Casual aren't your average flip flops.

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  • The Stitch version features a simple stitch detail, while the Casual is streamlined and basic in style.

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  • Testing criteria include stitch strength, elasticity and pressure resistance.

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  • They share everything from their favorite Free Crochet Patterns to how to get started with Counted Cross Stitch or Knitting.

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  • The knitting stitch is the basis of all knitting.

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  • If you don't know how to make a knit stitch, well, you don't know how to knit.

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  • Slide the right hand needle's point into the first stitch from front to back.

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  • Slide the needle from the back to the front, going underneath the first stitch.

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  • Slide the stitch off the left hand needle and onto the right.

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  • The knit stitch is formed in the same way, but instead of throwing the yarn, you wrap the needle around the yarn.

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  • Even if you only know the knit stitch, you can make some basic knitted items.

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  • A great way to use the knit stitch is in a simple scarf.

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  • Each type of yarn you use will make a very different looking scarf and allow you to increase your wardrobe easily, even if you never learn more than the knit stitch.

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  • The knit stitch is the basic foundational stitch for all knitting projects.

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  • Counted cross stitch kits are great because they give you everything you need to create a cross-stitched masterpiece and offer plenty of creative options for a variety of skill levels.

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  • Whether filling a long winter's day or keeping you occupied during the dog days of summer, cross stitch is a relaxing and affordable hobby that can be passed down from generation to generation.

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  • The most basic cross stitch kits, and the ones that are best for beginners, are those that have the stitches printed on the cross stitch fabric, either in the color that should be stitched or all in one color.

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  • For more about these kinds of kits, check out Stamped Cross Stitch.

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  • Printed cross stitch is a great way to start because it shows you exactly what to do, where to stitch, and in what color.

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  • There are also kits for cross stitch that do not involve printed fabric.

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  • If you have been working with printed cross stitch kits and are ready to graduated to unprinted kits, start with a relatively simple pattern that doesn't involve a lot of color changes.

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  • Using an unstamped cross stitch kit is much the same as if you'd gathered all the materials yourself.

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  • To start children working on counted cross stitch, you have a couple of options.

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  • You can give them regular stamped cross stitch kits or seek out kits made especially for kids.

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  • Some sources for counted cross stitch kits include Joann and Crafts Unlimited.

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  • There are several places to get started in the world of cross stitch.

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  • Fabric and craft stores carry a large supply of cross stitch kits and have plenty of instruction books and videos to help teach the craft from home.

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  • For the thrifty, flea markets and garage sales can be great places to scout out cross stitch patterns and kits, especially those of the vintage variety.

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  • Small church clubs and senior organizations also host cross stitch and quilting clubs for those seeking friendship and companionship as they stitch.

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  • Cross stitch designs range in patterns from simple to intricate.

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  • Cross stitch designs abound in stores like Hobby Lobby and Michaels.

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  • Crosstitch.com-With over 2000 original counted cross stitch patterns available, this mega cross stitch site really does have something for everyone.

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  • DMC-USA -Visit the DMC site and enter a world of free cross stitch patterns.

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  • Once you join the DMC Club, you'll have access to even more cross stitch designs, including popular archived patterns and other project ideas.

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  • Maurer-Stroh -Touted as the home of the famous Animal Babies and Bears at Work designs, Maurer-Stroh is a premier cross stitch site.

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  • Don't forget to visit the cross stitch forum, where you can chat with other cross stitch lovers from all over the world.

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