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This article summarizes things that will make your cross stitch experience more enjoyable.
Do you feel like that little ant, always racing around, trying to cover all bases?
Would you love to find an easy and playful way to rid yourself of this stressful feeling and give yourself permission to relax? There is a way . . .
It’s called a HOBBY!
If you’re like me, you have many finished cross-stitch projects safely tucked away, waiting to be used in some way. There are many cross stitchers who 1) fall in love with a design without a moment’s thought about how they will use it, 2) find it doesn’t really fit in where they had intended to use it, 3) framed it themselves, and it was a little disappointing or 4) having it professionally framed was not in the budget.
So, what can we do?
Have you ever chosen a project to cross stitch and then discovered you didn’t know what you’d do with it when it was finished? You chose it because you liked it, thought it would be fun to do, etc., then lost interest because you had no “place” for it or it was more difficult than you thought it would be.
Serenity Stitchworks is a needlework design company that not only develops beautiful, interesting and unique needlework designs but also provides information on how to become an expert needleworker. Our current needlework focus is on cross stitch, one of the most, if not the most, popular hobby in the world. We are the practical guide for … [View Details]
Boy, that’s a tough one; and if you think you’re the only one suffering from it, think again. I’m willing to wager there’s nobody who could say, with honesty, “I don’t procrastinate.” If they do, they’re living in denial! So quit beating yourself up, and let’s look at some ways you can beat it – or at least improve it.
Would you like to be able to concentrate on one page of a multi-page chart without worrying about the “valley” that always appears vertically in your stitching between pages? The suggested method of avoiding this is to have the next page available so you can continue filling in squares beyond the first page. This method … [View Details]