- Bring the needle through on the lower right line of the cross and insert at the top of the same line, taking a stitch through the fabric to lower left line (A).
- Continue to the end of the row in this way: on the reeturn journey. complete the other half of the cross (B). It is important that the top strands of all the stitches point in one direction.
- Designs in Cross Stitch should be worked over counted threads of canvas or evenweave fabric to have the best result.
On Cross Me Not Blog there is a free cross stitch pattern for baby witth Shaun the Sheep.
Here is a very easy and original sampler to embroider in cross-stitch to decorate the walls of your home. The pattern is available on Free Cross Stitch Patterns Blog.
Cross-stitch is one of the common and oldest techniques still used. Samplers, pillows, paintings, bookmarks and lots of accessories for the home embroidered in cross-stitch adorn millions of rooms in several countries in the world, this simple technique of embroidery has become a real creative and rewarding pastime for millions and millions of people around the world .