Cross Stitching Guide

How To Baby Cross Stitch

How To Baby Cross Stitch

Cross stitching for baby clothes, blankets and room decorations add a nice touch to the baby’s attire and room theme. You can even cross stitch on baby toys. Imagine the cuteness you will see with lovely colors and designs decorating the baby’s room. Let us take a look at how to baby cross stitch. The […]

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How To Do The Cross Stitch Alphabet

How To Do The Cross Stitch Alphabet

As far as hobbies go, there are tons of super crafty things that you can do to keep yourself occupied. Cross stitch is one such hobby that is fun, easy, and super creative. A cross stitch alphabet is easier than you might ever imagine and can be a fantastic learning experience for the little ones. […]

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How To Do Blackwork Cross Stitch

How To Do Blackwork Cross Stitch

Blackwork cross stitch is a cross stitch method, that uses black floss or black thread to create a bordered pattern. You will need to complete a double running stitch or back stitch, in order to create an outline. The type of floss and this color can be found in your local craft stores. You will […]

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Tutorial: DIY yarn wig for your Halloween costume

Halloween costumes are just more fun with a wig to complete the look. Terra from Mama Says Sew guest blogs at Make It and Love It with a tutorial showing how you can make a yarn wig for your Halloween costume. She shows it for a Rainbow Brite costume, but change up the color and hairstyle and you can make it for any costume.

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Tutorial: Color Grading in Magic Bullet Looks

This may be my favorite one – and it doesn’t actually use anything that wasn’t already in Magic Bullet Looks 3.0. Seth Worley graciously allowed me to use a shot from his awesome short Real Gone to show off the differences between the two workhorse color tools in Looks: The Colorista Tool, and the 4-Way Color tool.

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Mahoney State Park Autumn Harvest Art Show – October 3rd and 4th

Be sure to join me and all the other great artists at the Mahoney State Park Autumn Harvest Art Show, October 3rd and 4th at the Lodge. I’m excited to display many of my newest works from the past year as well as some old favorites. I look forward to

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Hacking a Canon Camera with Magic Lantern Menus

Have you ever wished for more control on your Canon DSLR? In this tutorialfrom the Video Gear Weekly series presented by lynda.com authors Rich Harrington and Robbie Carman dig deep into a hacked Canon camera. This option really enhances what you can do with a DSLR using Magic Lantern. This specific tutorial is from the Video Gear Weekly [ ]

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Sigma 24-35mm f/2 DG HSM Art MTF Curves and Sample Variation

For years now, I’ve been telling people to always take the results of tests done on one copy of a lens with a serious grain of salt. Not matter how carefully it was tested, it’s still just one copy. Others will be worse. Others will be better. Because I’m so aware of copy variation, I [...]

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The Magic Of The Color Green Photo Contest Winners Announced

Thank you to all the photographers that shared their best photos showing the green colors in nature, architecture and other subjects and places for a chance to win a 1 TB G-Technology Drive. The G-DRIVE mini is the perfect storage solution for users demanding high performance from their portable storage device.

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Daniel Rericha’s Fine Art Black and White Landscapes

Photographer Daniel Rericha believes that good gear matters, but a creative vision is significantly more important.

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