The Stitch Guide Formula

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Feb 2, 2021
Learn how to use the Stitch Guide Formula™ to write your own custom stitch guides based on your current skill level.

What’s that quote about “the best-laid plans”? If it’s that they often go awry, I’m walking proof that it’s true! My original plan – to share my Lowery Work Stand – went off the rails when the tech gremlins took control of my video earlier today. So, I’ll ask Rebekah to help me film a new video this weekend. And since we’re in the middle of enrollment for The Stitcher’s Club™, I thought now would be a good time to share a little about it – and the Stitch Guide Formula™ – with you here…

Using Loop Stitches on Your Needlepoint Canvases

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Sep 3, 2020
Loop stitches are a terrific way to add texture, movement, and perspective to your needlepoint projects.

WOW! It’s hard to believe that we’re already to our last stitch family that we’re going to explore in this series of blog posts! Are you ready to dive into loop stitches? Terrific! Me, too.

Using Straight Stitches on Your Needlepoint Canvases

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Aug 6, 2020
Straight stitches are a terrific way to add texture to your needlepoint projects.

Ready to dive into some stitches that you can use to embellish your needlepoint canvases? Terrific! Me, too. Let’s chat just a minute about stitch families before we get started, though. When you understand how stitches are grouped in families (and how those families relate to each other), it helps make choosing the best ones for your projects much easier. I like to categorize canvas embroidery stitches into these five families: straight, slanted, crossed, looped, and knotted.

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