Stamped Cross - Santa Claus - 1 / 11CT & 14CT Charlie's Official Store Ltd
Stamped Cross - Santa Claus - 1 / 11CT & 14CT Charlie's Official Store Ltd
Stamped Cross - Santa Claus - 1 / 11CT & 14CT Charlie's Official Store Ltd
Stamped Cross - Santa Claus - 1 / 11CT & 14CT Charlie's Official Store Ltd

Stamped Cross Stitch Santa Claus - 1 (40*60cm) 11ct & 14ct

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Stamped Cross Stitch Santa Claus - 1 (40*60cm) 11CT & 14CT 
Specification:
Material: Cotton
Design Area: 40*60cm / 45*70cm 
Canvas size: 48*68cm / 49*74cm
White edge size: 4cm/1.57in
Cross stitch cloth type: 14CT Aida - 2 strands (canvas with printing)
                                      11CT Aida - 3 strands
Stitches: full stitch - full coverage

Cleaning Method:
1. Keep your hands clean
2. Soak in warm water for several hours (do not dry clean or bleach, do not rub)
3. If it is not soaked clean, you can change the water for a second soak
4. After rinsing clean, let it dry
5. To prevent the thread from being damaged, please use a steam iron to smooth the pattern on the back of the fabric

Note:
The color block in the drawing does not represent the color of the embroidery thread. Please carefully identify the symbol or the serial number corresponding to the color block, and select the thread number according to the serial number requirements.
Due to the different monitor and light effects, the actual color of the item might be slightly different from the color shown in the pictures. Thank you!
Please allow a 1-2cm measuring deviation due to manual measurement.

Package Content:
1 x Embroidered Cloth
2 x Embroidery Needles
1 x Embroidery Thread Set
1 x Manual

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CROSS STITCHING STEPS

STEP 1: Prepare Your Fabric

Secure the fabric in an embroidery hoop or frame, ensuring it's taut and wrinkle-free.

STEP 2: Thread Your Needle

Separate the strands of embroidery floss according to your pattern's instructions. For most patterns, you'll use two strands of floss.

STEP 3: Execute the Stitches

Finish each strand of floss neatly on the backside of the fabric, securing it with a small knot or by weaving it under existing stitches.

Your Quick Starter Guide

Cross Stitching for Beginners: What You Need to Know

You'll need basic supplies like fabric, embroidery floss, needles, and a hoop to get started. Cross stitching is a skill that anyone can learn with practice. Start with simple patterns, take your time, and enjoy the process.

FAQs

To start cross stitching, you'll need fabric, embroidery floss, a needle, and a pattern. Begin by threading your needle with one strand of embroidery floss and securing it to the fabric with a knot. Then, follow the pattern's instructions.

Cross stitch patterns are typically grids with symbols representing different colors of embroidery floss. Each symbol corresponds to a specific color, and you'll stitch according to the symbols on the pattern.

Once you've completed all the stitching, you can finish your project by framing it, turning it into a pillow, or sewing it onto a fabric backing. If framing, ensure the fabric is stretched smoothly and evenly within the frame. If sewing onto a backing, use a whipstitch or running stitch to secure the edges.

To wash a finished cross stitch piece, gently hand wash it in lukewarm water with mild soap, then rinse thoroughly and blot dry with a clean towel. Avoid wringing or rubbing the fabric, as this can distort the stitches. Once dry, you can iron the piece on the reverse side using a low heat setting.

To achieve neat and even stitches, maintain consistent tension on the embroidery floss as you stitch. Ensure each stitch crosses in the same direction, either bottom-left to top-right or bottom-right to top-left, to maintain uniformity.

Mistakes in cross stitching can often be corrected by carefully removing stitches with a seam ripper or small scissors. Take care not to damage the fabric or adjacent stitches. If the mistake is minor, such as a misplaced stitch, you can sometimes leave it or cover it with a correctly placed stitch of the correct color.