There are several ways to add embellishments to your crochet projects - surface crochet and appliques come to mind right away. But you can also cross-stitch on your crochet! If you can crochet, I bet you can do this - here's how to cross-stitch on crochet!
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How to Cross-Stitch on Crochet - Both Hands!
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The basic idea behind cross-stitching, whether it's on Aida cloth or crochet or even knitted stockinette, is both simple and universal - whether you are right or left handed. You go from left to right, working diagonal stitches across a row, sewing each from the bottom left corner to the top right corner. Then, you come back the other direction, from right to left, "crossing" the stitches that need it (and skipping the ones that don't), sewing each from the bottom right corner to the top left corner. It's genuinely harder to type out than it is to do, and it's a craft anyone can learn in just a few minutes!
It's genuinely harder to type out than it is to do, and it's a craft anyone can learn in just a few minutes! Then you can do fancy cross-stitch pieces or just add a little something special to your next yarny project - and you've got a whole new technique in your toolbox! I hope you've enjoyed learning how to cross-stitch on crochet - thanks for watching!
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