Sulky Stick ’n Stitch

Just Cross Stitch - - Contents -


I once spent a week­end trans­fer­ring a de­sign onto fab­ric for hand em­broi­dery, and my trac­ing was in­ex­act, which is an un­der­state­ment. My ex­pe­ri­ence with Stick 'n Stitch was quite dif­fer­ent. In­stead of te­dious hours of trac­ing, I pho­to­copied a de­sign onto a Stick 'n Stitch sheet, peeled off the back, and placed the de­sign neatly onto my fab­ric. It was a lit­tle dis­con­cert­ing to have a layer be­tween my floss and fab­ric, but the Stick 'n Stitch sheet was light­weight and pli­able. Af­ter I com­pleted my stitch­ing, the sheet sloughed off com­pletely un­der the faucet. I was pleased with the out­come of my em­broi­dery project and plan to try Stick 'n Stitch as an al­ter­na­tive to waste can­vas for cross stitch­ing a de­sign onto a T-shirt.

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