Quick Answer: How do you finish the back of a stamped cross stitch quilt?

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How do you back a stamped cross stitch quilt?

Take a small stitch and pull the thread through to the back. For security I prefer to do this twice. Then tie the threads together on the back of the work. I like to leave the tails long and after tying the knot I thread each end through a needle and “bury” them inside the quilt wadding.

How do you finish the back of a cross stitch afghan?

If it is an afghan done in blocks, it is simple to just stitch down the lines formed by the blocks and then around the edges to attach a backing. This is easily accomplished on a sewing machine. If the pattern is more ‘scattered’ you may have to quilt around each motif; you may prefer to do that by hand.

Can you cross stitch a blanket?

Whether you like to cross-stitch as a craft or you would like to start cross-stitching as a hobby, a blanket is one project to consider doing. You can cross-stitch an afghan to toss over a chair or a blanket to give as a gift.

Is there a wrong way to cross stitch?

There is no real right or wrong way to do this and the more you stitch, the more you will discover your own rhythm and way of working. But, if you’re getting in knots over it, here is an example of how we would tackle a pattern. Refer back to our how to cross stitch tutorial if you need help with the basics.

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How do you cross stitch an Afghanistan fringe?

Here are a few helpful tips for making fringe on the edge of an afghan or throw:

  1. Using a needle, carefully pull the horizontal rows of thread from the edges of your fabric. …
  2. Continue around all edges. …
  3. To add a bit of flair, select four or five vertical threads and knot at the base of the fringe.