Welcome back to our Learning How to Cross Stitch series! So far we’ve learned what supplies you need, how to prepare your fabric, and how to do the English Cross Stitch Method. In this post, I will be teaching you how to do the Danish Cross Stitch Method. This cross stitch method creates a complete stitch individually instead of in rows at a time. It is a great method for doing a color that only requires a few stitches, or that involves a varying pattern in one color. Let’s get started!
Learn better through videos rather than pictures? Here’s the full length video tutorial of this post!
Now that you know how to do the Danish method of cross stitch, you are ready to do complex color work. Some of my cross stitch recipes that are great for this method are the Let’s Get Kraken, Cinnabunny Roll, and Pizza My Heart.
The next post in our series will cover how to do a backstitch, which is how you sew straight lines onto the cross stitch design.
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