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Fat Quarter Shop’s cross stitch fabric is the perfect choice to be the base for your design. The quality of our cross stitch material, as well as the color or pattern, can have a huge impact on the finished design. We offer a wide selection of cross stitch fabrics, including the traditional Aida cloth in neutral shades as well as in various colors and patterns. We also offer linen, evenweave and lugana cross stitch cloths. Order your precut cross stitch fabric today and start stitching.
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Whether you're a beginner or pro, we have the cross stitch fabric to help you create a beautiful finished product. Choose the fabric type and cross stitch cloth count that work best for your cross stitching project. If you're not sure which cross stitch material is the right one, check out the following things when selecting your counted cross stitch fabric.
An important consideration when choosing cross stitch fabrics is the gauge (that is, the size of the holes) which is determined by the spacing of the warp (lengthwise threads) and weft (crosswise threads). The number of holes per inch tells you the fabric count. For example, 28 holes per inch is a 28-count cloth.
Hole counts range from 7 to 40, with the most popular being 28 and 32. The bigger the number, the finer the cloth. The finer the cloth, the harder it is to see the holes. That's why beginners should use fabrics with smaller hole counts.
The most common types of cross stitch fabric by the yard are Aida, evenweave and linen. Each has its advantages and should be chosen based on your level of expertise and personal preference.
The color of your cross stitch cloth will depend on the look you're trying to achieve. Ivory is a classic color for cross stitch material with a neutral tone that makes it a solid choice for various projects. Bright white cross stitching fabric lends a modern feel to your project, and antique white falls somewhere in between the two. Black makes a striking background color, while grey is a softer alternative.
Experienced stitchers may choose cross stitch fabrics with a design. These modern alternatives can produce a unique result but require careful planning to ensure the color scheme will work with the pattern and cross stitch floss chosen for the project.
In this FREE tutorial series, learn everything you need to know about cross stitch. It’s a budget-friendly craft that everyone can enjoy, even if you’ve never sewn a single stitch.
Have you always wanted to learn how to cross stitch? Do you want to improve your stitching skills? This free beginner cross stitch tutorial series was designed to build your skills, stitch by stitch.
Want to know more about cross stitch cloth? We've answered a few common questions here, but please let us know if there's something we haven't covered.
Yes, whether you're new to the craft or you're looking for a more challenging option, you can purchase cross stitch kits that contain the necessary pattern, instructions, fabric and floss to complete your project. Just be sure you have the other necessary cross stitch supplies before embarking on a new masterpiece.
Hand-dyed fabrics possess a unique vibe. If you're looking for an unusual background, hand-dyed cross stitch material is the way to go.
Yes, our cross stitch shop offers a fun assortment of free cross stitch patterns. They are perfect for beginner cross stitch hobbyists or those wanting to get started immediately.
Complete your handiwork with quality cross stitch fabric from Fat Quarter Shop. Our expert stitchers go to great lengths to ensure you have access to the best cross stitch cloth and all the supplies you need. Whether you're stitching something for your home or making a gift for someone special, we're with you every step of the way. Browse our wide selection of cross stitch patterns and cross stitch books to start planning your next cross stitch masterpiece today!