Advice about stitching The Quiltmaker by Lavender and Lace?
See my advice for your other question (tips for stitching a large piece) also make sure you have a fabric that you really like (a little extra $ is worth it, since you will be doing a lot of stitching on it). Make sure you have all or most of the floss prescribed on the chart (you can use dmc floss in place of any specialty floss (if any) if you like and it will look just as nice). Make sure you have embroidery needles and scissors handy, save all beading and charm attachments for last since your floss can get tangled in them. Some people thread their fabric to mark every 10 spaces but I don’t: I start in the center and follow the pattern carefully, marking off on the pattern what I have already completed. Sit back, relax and start stitching.
Yes, it will take a long time to complete but it will be worth it when you complete your masterpiece and display it proudly or give as a gift. Think of it as a step by step procedure (every week or so you will make a little progress).
Clyde McPhatter – Lavender Lace..wmv
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