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Topic: Choclate Pot coming along
sverzino
Replies: 7
Views: 4377

Post image iconForum: Stitching
Posted: 1:25 pm Aug 15, 2011
Subject: Re: Choclate Pot coming along
First, beautiful! This is definately the exiciting part of project for me; when you can see the end in sight. I clean my finished projects with a sudsy bath in Dawn dishwashing liquid, rinse, then l ...
Topic: My charts have arrived! Yippee!
sverzino
Replies: 28
Views: 8280

Post image iconForum: Coffee Break
Posted: 8:15 am Jun 28, 2011
Subject: My charts have arrived! Yippee!
What fabric are you using? I will be starting Kissing the Face of God in a few weeks. I just finished The Promise. 18 ct is easy for me to work on. 32 ct evenweave takes a lot more thinking and fi ...
Topic: My charts have arrived! Yippee!
sverzino
Replies: 28
Views: 8280

Post image iconForum: Coffee Break
Posted: 2:20 pm Jun 27, 2011
Subject: My charts have arrived! Yippee!
I forgot to mention....your "The Promise" looks beautiful in the gallery! Congratulations. I don't use a scroll. I stitch in hand. I roll the fabric up so after completing need to wash & ...
Topic: My charts have arrived! Yippee!
sverzino
Replies: 28
Views: 8280

Post image iconForum: Coffee Break
Posted: 2:17 pm Jun 27, 2011
Subject: My charts have arrived! Yippee!
I'm doing "Kissing the Face of God" on 22ct Aidia with 26 tapestry needles. So far I have the faces done and a little less than 1/3 of the background. I've jumped around the veil to the fa ...
Topic: Fabric Advice Needed
sverzino
Replies: 10
Views: 6196

Post image iconForum: Stitching
Posted: 8:23 am Mar 29, 2011
Subject: Re: Fabric Advice Needed
One of the things I use to determine between linen or adia is whether the pattern has an unstitched background. If it does then I might choose linen to make the stitches stand out more against the li ...
Topic: Preparing Fabric...How do YOU do it?
sverzino
Replies: 31
Views: 14880

Post image iconForum: Stitching
Posted: 4:47 pm Dec 13, 2010
Subject: Preparing Fabric...How do YOU do it?
What a great idea. This will be a wonderful memory all their lives. What did you do for the other kids?[/quote]

For my oldest son I've done a Holy Family pic:
http://www.xs-collectibles.com/detai ...
Topic: Preparing Fabric...How do YOU do it?
sverzino
Replies: 31
Views: 14880

Post image iconForum: Stitching
Posted: 5:42 pm Dec 05, 2010
Subject: Preparing Fabric...How do YOU do it?
Forgot to mention the other day I'm also working on this project now. It'll be for my youngest son; I've done pictures for the other kids already. The plan is to get this done & framed to hang i ...
Topic: Preparing Fabric...How do YOU do it?
sverzino
Replies: 31
Views: 14880

Post image iconForum: Stitching
Posted: 1:29 pm Dec 01, 2010
Subject: Preparing Fabric...How do YOU do it?
I use masking tape. Then carefully take it off after I'm done and wash the fabric. This gets the glue out which would turn colors/cause damage years after I'm gone. I've never used the Fray product ...
Topic: Woe, Woe and Thrice Woe!
sverzino
Replies: 15
Views: 5494

Post image iconForum: Stitching
Posted: 10:22 am Aug 11, 2010
Subject: Woe, Woe and Thrice Woe!
When I was teaching a friend of mine to cross stitch she noted that I used the term "when" you make a mistake you can pull/cut it out and restitch. I don't think you're officially a stitche ...
Topic: My charts have arrived! Yippee!
sverzino
Replies: 28
Views: 8280

Post image iconForum: Coffee Break
Posted: 4:09 pm Nov 30, 2009
Subject: My charts have arrived! Yippee!
I chose "Kissing the Face of God" by Morgan Weistling. I'm doing a picture for each of my kids to have after I'm long gone. This one is for my youngest who will always be my baby no matter ...

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