What does NeedleGraphics stand for?

Needle Graphics DownUnder

Click here to go craft shopping

Telephone: +61 2 96238118    Facsimile: +61 2 96232984         

PO Box 404 - St.Marys NSW 1790 - Australia - ABN: 25 2703 12748

Home Page        Feed  Back Form       Who are we?       Currency Converter       Colour Converter      Q&A      Stitch Samples

 What's On??   Shop Overview         Product Index         Posters Store        Offers-On-Line        Company-Policy     Go Craft Shopping

 Testimonials    Free Charts     Craft News        Craft Links          Photo Conversion into Counted Cross Stitch       Search Engines

     
  Cast-On Stitch

Return to Stitch Samples Index

    

This stitch is started in exactly the same way as bullion. Bring the needle up at A, down at B (this is the length of the stitch), and come up again at A but do not take the needle all the way through. Place your left-hand forefinger under the back of the thread which comes out at A, twist the loop and place it over the needle (making a half stitch). Release the thread from the finger and pull the thread to close the loop on the needle. Do not ull the loop too tight or it will be difficult to pull the needle through. Make as many cast-ons as required, then hold the stitches between the thumb and finger and pull the needle through so that the stitches sit firmly against the fabric. Take the needle down again at B.

 

Copyright 2000 [NeedleGraphics and Radda Pty Ltd - by Effie Mitrofanis].  All rights reserved.
Revised: July 23, 2006