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Thread: Some of my cross stitch

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    Found this too
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    wow beautifull job! is the first pic one over one? Cross stitch is another love of mine too.

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    They are all over two on different evenweaves. Thanks.

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    Absolutely Gorgeous !!!

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    I love the orchid one!

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    So pretty, very nice work! You did a beautiful job of keeping it square, not letting it get all pulled out of shape.

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    Those are beautiful. What a lot of work. I know how long they can take. Yours are beautiful art work. Great job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pam
    So pretty, very nice work! You did a beautiful job of keeping it square, not letting it get all pulled out of shape.
    Thanks.

    Cross stitch tends to stay squared if you put the same tension on your stitches, because is being pulled on both directions evenly, unlike needlepoint, where only one side is pulled. I don't use a hoop or frame.

    Thanks again for all you comments.

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    OMG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! you are so talented and patient!! Beautiful work. Master pieces.

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    You do amazing work!!! I am just finishing a baby 'sampler' for my new nephew!!!

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