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Needlecrafting

Find everything you need to create beautiful needlecrafts, from embroidery to cross-stitch. Here you'll find inspiring ideas, and instructional techniques to create treasured hand-stitched keepsakes as well as the finest products from Bucilla ® for all your stitching needs, from Christmas stockings to crib covers.

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Some of your favorite Plaid products and a few surprises, too, now at super-low prices!...
Bucilla ® Seasonal - Felt - Stocking Kits
Festive designs, quality materials and generous embellishments continue to make Bucilla ® felt...

Needlecrafting Projects

More Great Needlecrafting Projects:

Framing Your Needlework Ruffle Pillow Baby Mobile
Crib Curtains

Needlecrafting Education

The History of Bucilla
The history of Bucilla began more than 100 years ago and is as vibrant as the kits...
Learn to Backstitch
Learn how to backstitch, it's easy!
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The 1st column is for the type of stitch. The 2nd column is the symbol for the individual colors. The 3rd column is the number of strands to be used in stitching the design. The 4th column is the color name. (Please be advised that the color name is specific to your kit. You may use the same color in another kit and it will be named something different.) The 5th column shows the Bucilla Floss Color Number. The 6th column shows the number of yards your kit should contain of each color. (Please be advised that your kit may be sent 2-yard strands of floss. So if your kit calls for 4 yards of a certain color, you may have 2 long strings that equal that 4 yards.) The 7th column shows the color name in French and Spanish for our International Consumers.
 
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We think that designs worked up using a continental stitch come out more beautiful when completed with this stitch than with any other needlepoint stitch. The designs are truer and neater. In addition, the continental stitch uses less yarn than other stitches.
 
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Crewel is usually worked on linen that is stamped with the outline of the design. You follow the chart to fill in the areas. The design is worked up with wool yarn on a satin stitch.
 
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We recommend first trying to simply soak the project in cold water, mild dish liquid and vinegar (Use a mild soap like Joy or Ivory, and 1 ½ cups of vinegar for large projects. ½ cup for smaller project.) Freshen the mixture periodically. If that does not work, you can try a stain stick, but avoid anything that is detergent based.