Praise­wor­thy Stitches,

Pam Lewis and Su­san Rohm

Just Cross Stitch - - Contents - Praise­wor­thy Stitches; praise­wor­thy stch@bell­south.net; www.praise­wor­thys­titches.blogspot.com

Snowflake Fam­ily Skill Level: In­ter­me­di­ate Weeks Dye Works™ Hand Over Dyed Floss

DMC® Al­ter­na­tives Listed in Paren­the­ses* 2266 (321) Turk­ish red 2207 (907) pep­per­oncini 2280 (605) Emma’s pink

Smyrna Cross Stitches

4125 41 (blanc) snowflake 5760 57 (E5200) marsh­mal­low

Snowflake Stitch

4125 41 (blanc) snowflake 5760 57 (E5200) marsh­mal­low\

The Gen­tle Art Sampler Threads Back­stitches

DMC® Al­ter­na­tives Listed in Paren­the­ses* 0550 (922) burnt or­ange 1111 (3371) acorn 1040 (310) black crow

French Knot

1040 (310) black crow

Kreinik Blend­ing Filament

DMC® Al­ter­na­tives Listed in Paren­the­ses* 5760 (E5200) marsh­mal­low *DMC® al­ter­na­tives are not one-to- one equiv­a­lents of the floss sug­gested by the de­signer. To achieve re­sults pic­tured, use floss listed in the first col­umn.

Fab­ric: 9" x 11" piece 28-count vin­tage win­ter sky Cashel linen from Lake­side Linens

Ma­te­ri­als: Four Just An­other But­ton Com­pany Tiny Snowflake But­tons #4442.T; bead­ing nee­dle Stitch Count: 41H x 66W De­sign Size: 3" x 43/4"

In­struc­tions: Cross stitch over two threads us­ing two strands of floss.

Work back­stitch over two threads us­ing two strands of floss. Work back­stitch for large snowflake us­ing one strand of floss and one strand of blend­ing filament.

Work Smyrna cross stitch over four threads us­ing one strand of floss and one strand of blend­ing filament.

Work French knot us­ing two strands of floss and wrap­ping floss around nee­dle twice.

At­tach but­tons at corners of stitched de­sign us­ing one strand co­or­di­nat­ing floss. Fin­ish­ing In­struc­tions: Re­fer to Flat-Or­na­ment Fin­ish­ing In­struc­tions on page 107. Trim and hanger were made us­ing co­or­di­nat­ing trim.

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