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Crafts-Hobbies Can’t wait to get started stitching a cross stitch project? Well, before you find yourself in over your head, take some time to learn the basics. If you are a cross stitch beginner, don’t start out by taking on a project that’s too .plicated for you. Pick a pattern that’s suitable for your skill level. Start out with something easy, and then work your way up to the more .plicated patterns. As a cross stitch beginner, you should take the time to learn the craft. Thankfully, it’s easy to find the resources you need to learn this skill. A couple of great websites exist that can help you master the basics of cross stitch: www(dot)yarntree(dot)./007begin(dot)htm What a fun site this is. There’s a cross stitch chart on this site that’s free and .es with the directions you need to stitch the pattern. Moreover, the site lists what items you need to buy if you’re new to cross stitch. As you explore, you’ll discover information on lots of cross stitch topics. You can learn about such topics as fabric choices and how you make your first stitches. Even more advanced stitchers can find something of interest here. www(dot)caron-net(dot)./patguide(dot)html Even if you are no longer a cross stitch beginner, you’ll find this second site helpful. The site contains a wealth of cross stitch information. You can find tips about specific stitches, suggestions when it .es to fabric choices, and ideas on the best way to use various flosses. Moreover, every few weeks more information is added, so this is a site you’ll want to visit on a regular basis. So, my lovely converts to the art of cross stitch, now you know what you are doing you need something to do and that means finding some basic but pretty little patterns. There are thousands of patterns everywhere you look on the internet however many are not suitable for your first time out — trust me! So where do you go for some great beginners patterns? Here’s a tip–go to www(dot)cross-stitch-academy(dot)./beginners/beginners(dot)html when you first start looking. This is a great site with eight terrific patterns for beginners. Each pattern has a chart that shows you which colors to use, directions on how to stitch the picture, and an illustration showing how the finished project will look. What’s wonderful about this site is it’s so easy and helpful that even children will find it fun. These great patterns are free for you to download and enjoy. Take a moment to look at each of them. You’ll find a nice variety, with everything from flowers to a pretty border, plus some great holiday patterns. You’ll also find a great little project to give Mom. Even if your skills are more advanced, you’ll find fun patterns on this site. When you get bored by this site, or just too good at stitching, then you can also try www(dot)dltk-kids(dot)./type/crossstitch (dot)htm where there are loads of free beginner patterns to choose from. Technically this site is a children’s site but I regularly visit and download a couple of easy patterns for my cross stitch beginner daughter and the odd one for me. If you’re an animal lover, you’ll find patterns for a chicken, a cat, a dog, a frog, a ladybug, and even a cute turtle. This site also has delightful holiday patterns and pretty patterns for the seasons. Each pattern can be printed and .es with directions and an explanation of the floss required. Each cross stitch beginner should be encouraged and congratulated for taking the first step in the long journey to be.ing a master stitcher. Be warned though — once you start, you just can’t seem to stop! About the Author: 相关的主题文章: