Costume jewelry of fabric with cross stitch! – I love costume jewelry of fabric! When I discovered the bijoux of cross-stitch fabric I found the best! A delicate, feminine and beautiful way to create special models.
If you enjoy doing cross-points, as well as into jewelry, this post today is for you! Don’t limit yourself to ordinary jewelry that we see out there in street vendors, shops and fairs. Go beyond! My main goal with this page is to intrigue you. Call them to climb stairs. And check out more ideas on costume jewelry of fabric, visit WholesaleAbly.
This necklace for example, artisan used a metal base to cameos and glued the fabric with cross stitch. Cute and vintage!
These necklaces, the artisan used a metal base-shaped flower.
But we don’t need the metal base to create pieces as well. We can also use other materials. Another option also super easy it is to make a felt and sew the fabric with cross-over points. This was super bird pendant different, isn’t it?
Note that to maintain the fabric of cross-point in place, you may need something to hold the piece. Clothespins are a great option.
To help them at the beginning, here are two diagrams to point-of-cross that you can use to make earrings and pendants. The first Owlet!
This second point of diagram’s cross. Change the colors if you prefer.
I’d be happy to show off your work!
ABOUT CRUZPonto POINT cross is an easy job and it requires little skill with needle and thread to learn. You can use any cross stitch book (domestic or imported). The graphics that aid in performing the work have a symbol for each color. It is necessary to have on hand, thread, needle and weave fabric. It is recommended to start with a small project.
On the charts: each square of the graph represents a space where you can be made a cross stitch. The symbol shown on the square specifies the color to be used and is shown in the list of symbols. Manufacturers use numbers to represent colors. They are universally the same, so the result will be perfect.
ABOUT the FABRICS: we have “Tammy”, “hemp” and “linen” for cross stitch. By definition, these fabrics are made with the same amount of yarn horizontally and vertically. The cross stitch is done at the intersection of the wires. Because the number of wires in each direction being equal, each cross stitch is the same size and perfectly square (except in “linen”).
On the WIRES: the most popular of all the wires for cross stitch is the line of cotton with six wires, widely known as floss. It can be divided into one, two or more threads at the same time. Most graphics brings listed references of skeins Anchor and DMC.
On the NEEDLES: small, blunt Needles, upholstery, 22, 24 and 26 sizes are used to embroider. The higher the number, the lower the needle. Use a needle size that will facilitate the placement of wires required. Do not use a big needle to a small plot, which can damage tissue plot itself. The needle with the line needs slide perfectly by tissue plot. To get a cushy job, it is suggested to use the line with 50 cm in length.
STARTING TO EMBROIDER!
1-to begin, separate the wires one by one separately and realign to pass through the needle. Start your embroidery leaving the right side, near your starting point, 4 cm of line for this be topped later (method used for 3 wires). To end a line and start a new one, next to the existing points, cast off inside out the ending point of the line in points. When possible, using tone-on-tone finish. Ideal for you embroider the your job is always starting from left to right and from top to bottom of your chart (the fabric).
2-method to be used in even numbers (2, 4 and 6). Separate a 1 meter wire both ends together to form a ring. Put both ends in the needle enter in your starting point, from the bottom to the top, leaving 4 cm of wire from the inside out, do your middle point, snapping up this same wire up existing inside out.
POINTS: Note: since there is no indication in the list of colors, always use two wires for the cross stitch and node, and a wire to the point behind.
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