>The stitch is a regular cross-stitch. Each stitch is completely formed
>going on to the next stitch. The stitch sequence is "/" and then "\".
>The first stitch is done bottom to top, the second stitch top to bottom
>and out at
>5 4 1
>Hope that helps.
>Interwoven canvas is canvas where the threads are twisted around each
>at every point they meet.
>Elizabeth Bradely kits all come in 10 stitch per inch gage. This seems to
>best because the stitch is bulkier than a regual needle point stitch.
>And yes, you can use this technique with any charted design. Just
>if you're using canvas that is smaller than 10 gage you should experiment
>different weights of tapestry wool.
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