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The cross stitch is one of the most used stitches in embroidery. It can be done in both directions but it is usually worked from left to right. 1. Draw two parallel lines on your news item: 739845 fabric.
2. Poke the needle on the back of the actu: 739845 fabric at the bottom line, then take it out from the right side at A.
3. Pick diagonally on the upper line in B, then take out the needle on the lower line in C. Repeat the same operation the number of times desired, ensuring that the points located on the lower line (A, C, E,…) on the one hand, and superior (B, D, F,…) on the other hand, are equidistant from each other.
4. On the example below, we want to make three cross stitches. Thus, take out the needle in G and transplant in D, then take out the needle in E and transplant in B before doing the same a third time to finish your cross stitch.