Cross-Stitch Ring


How to:

Place aida fabric in an embroidery hoop, if you choose to use one. It helps keep the fabric taut and makes sewing a little easier.

Cross-stitch or embroider a tiny pattern on the fabric. Make it slightly bigger than the blank space on your ring. I chose to embroider my initial.

Fill in the background with half-stitches (instead of making an X, just make one diagonal line).

Trace the empty ring frame onto chipboard. I found this 4-pack of vintage-style rings at JoAnn for $4.

Add the cross-stitch design to the chipboard oval, wrapping the the fabric and gluing on the back.

Hot glue to the ring.

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One thought on “Cross-Stitch Ring

  1. Bindhurani says

    It is an amazing tutorial. Love it.

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