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Help with 1/4 stitch

Posted by susan_on (My Page) on
Mon, Aug 4, 08 at 21:32

Hi all. I usually hang out at the Kitchen Table, but I came over to ask a question. I picked up a cross stitch project that I had put down years ago. I'm about 2/3rds done, so I'm anxious to finish. But it calls for 1/4 stitch, and it's been so long since I've done it, I don't remember how to do it. Can anyone help?

Susan


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RE: Help with 1/4 stitch

Hi, if you haven't already got reply for this message email me back. i have a little instruction sheet that gives pictures.

pinkpanther@persona.ca
Christine


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RE: Help with 1/4 stitch

If you have not gotten a response, most of the patterns would give an example.

If you are working over one thread, the fabric is stabbed in the center of the fabric. If there is a back stitch that follows the 1/4 stitch, then that will complete the stitch.

Hope this helps.

June


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