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Cross Stitch

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Cross stitch is a very old embroidery technique in which pairs of diagonal stitches of the same length cross each other in the middle to form an X in squares that compose a chosen pattern.

By using different threads or different-sized cross stitches, different results can be achieved to create the desired effect: from light motifs to be applied on delicate fabrics, to embroidery using thick threads to create all-over embroidered fabrics for making clothes and accessories.

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