Vervaco Canaviçe Kits

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Here are some cross stitching tips that will help a lot with cross stitching projects.

Getting started

Always start sewing from the center of the fabric. Double the fabric twice to find the center of your fabric. The center will be at the intersection of two folds.

Find the center of your chart by watching two arrows. One arrow will be in the upper center, the other will be in the middle of the left of your chart. Follow these two arrows. Where they meet is your central stitch.


Put the tissue in your circle with your fabric and remove the center where you stitch. This will prevent the oils from going into your fabric and help keep your hands moist.

Use different properties of fabric. Try cheap fabric for quick designs, saving money so you can bounce out the best fabric for heirloom projects.

You will want to allow 3 to 4 inch fabric on both sides of the design. This will help you easily frame your project.


When sewing 2 threads, use only one thread rope, put the ends together and pass it through the needle, leaving a loop at one end. When you dip the needle to the bottom of the second, put it through the loop. This prevents the material from becoming bumpy.

Try to match the colors while running under the other seams to end your rope. Never run a dark color under the light stitches, can show it through the front.

When all other seams are completed, the back seams should be added.


Many of us have a bad habit of leaving needles into the fabric when we end a session. Note that this fabric can leave a permanent stain or a large hole. Always get a needle properly.


Do not hold cross-seam materials in a bag if you have pets or young children. Keeping your yarns, needles and scissors safely in a closed box will prevent your little fingers and claws from easily getting into something!

If you're working on a larger needle business project, invest in a range of stretcher irons. They prevent the fabric from bending, making the seams easier. They come in various sizes and are quite cheap.

Using a light highlighter – yellow works very well for marking the seam or sewing areas as they complete them. If lighting makes it difficult to yellow to see the night, you can use another color such as green or blue or orange seam at night.

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