Christmas stitching – One finishing idea

I love christmas so thought before we start our christmas stitching here is a guide to one sort of finishing. I dont know about you but sometimes after I have stitched something I like, I dont quite know what to do with it.

Focus on Finishing

I personally don’t think the Just Cross Stitch ornie magazine is very clear with their finishing instructions for ‘newbies’ so I thought I’d make one up myself to help people out that haven’t done this type of finishing before – and show just how simple it is 🙂

This will also hopefully kickstart me into preparing a few more tutorials in the upcoming months … just need to get some stitching finished so I have some smaller things to finish! LOL. Anyway, without further ado, here’s the latest tutorial – hope it will be useful to someone 🙂

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CHRISTMAS ORNAMENT TUTORIAL

(The Prairie Schooler finishing style)

01

Materials needed:

  • Stitched ornie
  • Felt in coordinating colour
  • Cardboard (I use mattboard)
  • Batting
  • Ribbon for hanger
  • Glue
  • Thread for lacing (I use crochet cotton or pearl cotton)
02
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1. Firstly measure your stitched ornie for the size that you want the cardboard to be.

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