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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!
Popular FAQs
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Make a casing for the dowel by folding back the top flap(s), in half to form a 1” wide casing. Use one strand of loss and sew a slipstitch (see diagram) to the back of the felt to secure. Insert dowel through casing.
 
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Counted cross-stitch is a needlecraft usually done on an evenweave fabric like Aida cloth or linen. To create the design, you follow a chart by creating a cross-stitch (x) of floss that corresponds to the appropriate color symbol on the design chart. Most cross-stitch is 14 (stitches) to the inch, worked up with two strands of embroidery floss. Embroidery floss is 6 strands and you separate them to get 3 lots of 2 strands from one length of embroidery floss.
 
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To attach the bead to the sequin by sewing:
  1. Bring needle and thread up through the printed dot on the fabric, then through the sequin and bead.
  2. Go around outside of bead and back down through the center of the sequin
  3. Come up through center of next sequin and repeat.
 
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Use one strand of floss to attach sequins to your Bucilla projects.