- 11ct canvas. One thread must be divided into 3 strands.
- The pattern has been printed on the cloth, so before finishing stitching, the cloth cannot touch any water, otherwise the printed part will disappear. Full stitch vs 3D/5D. Full stitch or embroidery is the normal version, and this means that all the grids on the picture need to be cross stitched. All the printed patterns will wash off with water. The full stitch version usually takes a long time to complete and is more for upper beginner to intermediate for smaller sizes and intermediate to advance skill level for the larger sizes.
- 3D/5D are new versions which means the background is printed on the canvas permanently and cannot be washed off because it’s You only need to stitch the main part. It is easier and faster than full stitch.
- All of our models here on this page are full stitch versions of the Cottage Scene.
- You’ll love the challenge of cross-stitching and the joy of framing your own thatched roof cottage garden scene.
- Note that silk has its own challenges to work with and leaves a special semi-gloss effect (see photos below).