I am currently also adding VIDEO tutorials to my website. I have a channel on YouTube and will add video tutorials as often as I can. It is my goal to teach as many people as I can to be proficient and at ease with finishing their cross stitch. I've had great positive feedback about my new video tutorials. Thank you!
PLEASE read through the tutorial(s) several times before striking out and cutting into your stitching project. The old adage: MEASURE TWICE, CUT ONCE is so very important.
Practice makes perfect.
*I am gradually adding DIFFICULTY levels to all tutorials as it has been recommended to me by my readers.
Something that you can do for me: many use me for my tutorials and I see finishes all over the web that are clearly made using them. I give them FREELY for anyone to use at any time because I want to be known for generosity and helping others. However, if you come to use my tutorials, or if you have been sent here by a link to them and enjoy them, please give my name credit and visit me at my personal blog.
Don't you think that is a fair trade?
I do and that is all I ask.
I have lots of stories to tell and ideas to share. Come and visit me, leave a comment or two, it makes me happy!
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My sincere thanks,
The Twisted Stitcher
P.S. I have lots of tutorials on this blog. Please, click on the link tabs below and remember to SCROLL DOWN... I update frequently enhancing them as I can ~ to help you better!
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Country Cottage Needleworks "Classic Ornaments" Finishing Instructions
Wednesday, September 3, 2014
Country Cottage Needleworks "Angels" Ornament Finishing...
1/2 inch White Ribbon
3/16 inch White Ribbon
Pearl Headed Pins
Large Quadrant Ruler and Self-Healing Cutting Mat
Stitch the ornament "Angels" as directed using Country Cottage Needleworks design purchased from your Needlework Store of choice. "Angels" is simply a flat finished ornament with rusched ribbon edging. You may see a step by step pictorial tutorial authored by myself on finishing a flat ornament located on this same site, entitled: The Flat Ornament
Follow the directions of "The Flat Ornament" tutorial and once that is completed and drying, make up your rusched ribbon edge by following the tutorial authored by myself on this site, entitled: The Rusched Ribbon
I am working on making a tutorial for my "bows" and that will be added to this space soon.