What thread do you use for petit point?
PETIT POINT uses 1-3 strands of cotton thread on a smaller count of fabric, such as silk gauze or cordova, with a continental stitch. A very fine detailed picture is achieved using this method. The material count is 22, 24, 30 or 40 stitches per inch. CROSS STITCH uses a variety of thread types such as silk or cotton.
What is petit point cross-stitch?
Petit point, form of canvas embroidery similar to cross-stitch embroidery (q.v.), but even finer because of its small scale. … The stitch used—also called petit point or tent stitch—is worked either in diagonal or horizontal rows across the intersection of the canvas threads.
What does DMC mean in cross stitch?
Cross Country – thread being used continuously across sections of a pattern when stitching rather than being finished off in one section and started again hence, looking a bit ‘cross country’ from behind! DMC – one of the most popular brands of thread (or floss) used for embroidery and cross stitch.