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Patricia
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Location: Florida and Ontario
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11:35 am Jul 13, 2009

Every year I do a cr. st. pilow for my golf group gift exchange. I am so flattered and pleased by the attention and exchanges it receives. Now they keep asking if I am going to do another this year I am making one on 11 aida. I am just starting it and wondered how many threads to use. I thought perhaps 4, but would love to have some input. Don't think I have used 11 count before. Stitching
rifestitch
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9:08 am Jul 14, 2009

Hmmm, have I used 11ct??? I have no idea. Do a test spot using 3 and 4, and see which you like. Depending on the design and how dense you want it, I'm guessing 4 would be ideal....
Patricia
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5:58 pm Jul 17, 2009

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Originally posted by rifestitch
Hmmm, have I used 11ct??? I have no idea. Do a test spot using 3 and 4, and see which you like. Depending on the design and how dense you want it, I'm guessing 4 would be ideal....

thanks and of course. Sometimes the obvious is not obvisious. I tried both and becasue it will be a pillow, I will use 4 threads. Will show you when it is completed.
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