Cross Stitch, Crochet, Knitting and More

Welcome to Carolina's Crafty Corner!

Here you will find tutorials on how to cross stitch, how to knit, how to crochet, and how to do embroidery.   Plus you'll find many tips and free patterns on a variety of crafts.

 

CLICK HERE FOR INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO CROSS STITCH

Cross-stitch is a popular type of of counted-thread embroidery in which X-shaped stitches in a tiled pattern are used to form a picture.

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CLICK HERE FOR INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO CROCHET

Crochet  is a type of needlework.  A crochet hook to create fabric from yarn, thread, or other material strands.

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CLICK HERE FOR INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO KNIT

Knitting is a popular form of needlework by which thread or yarn is used to create a cloth.  Knitting can be done by hand with knitting needles or a loom, or by machine.

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CLICK HERE FOR INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO EMBROIDER

Embroidery is a form of needlework use to  decorate  fabric or other materials with needle and thread or yarn

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Cross Stitch Made Easy is the most comprehensive modern book written for the beginner cross stitcher.

The book covers all aspects of stitching at beginner level from organizing your materials to framing your finished project.

Janis also helps intermediate stitchers with those areas of learning How to Cross Stitch, that they didn't previously know - including how to complete a cross stitch project with edgings, matting, blocking or framing.

Either having it done professionally or by DIY), or how to complete more advanced stitches, such as the lazy-daisy and needlelace flower stitches.

Janis Applegate pulls together her fantastic wealth of accumulated knowledge of this fascinating craft.

With 40 years of passionate and practical Cross Stitch experience, Janis has helped countless fellow stitchers with their stitching problems at leading Cross Stitch forums.

Through the hundreds of Cross Stitch articles she’s written and had published across the world wide web, this guide proves to be one of the best guides online.

Click here: Cross Stitch Made Easy or on the image above to order.