Metallic thread can add a lovely sparkle to all kinds of cross stitch and embroidery projects, but It can be a bit challenging to work with. It's slippery. It kinks and tangles. It frays like crazy. But don't let all that scare you. These tips will make it easier and give you the confidence to shine up your stitching.
DMC has added 35 new colors to their embroidery floss collection. They don't add colors often, so this is big news in the cross stitch and embroidery world! Here's more good news: the colors are gorgeous. Inspired by contemporary design trends, they range from luscious grays and soft neutral browns to tender greens and
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Most embroidery floss skeins, like those produced by DMC, are called pull skeins. They are designed so that when one end is pulled (slowly and carefully), the floss will come come out of the skein without getting tangled. Sounds great, right? The problem is, if you pull the wrong end, instead of being knot free, your s
Have you tried DMC’s Coloris floss? When I discovered it a year ago, I knew I had to use it in some cross-stitch projects. After experimenting with it, I love using it. It is fun and magical to watch the way the variegated colors play out in the designs as you stitch. If you have used it,