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Thank you so much for sharing your secrets:)
I have a very silly question. What or how do you use the interfacing for? Do you use it under your stitcheries?

oh sorry just re read the start of your post and I see you have them for sale! sorry I will go back to sleep now lol

thanks for sharing those tips Natalie.I live in the country so do you know anywhere I could get those products from through mailorder please?

Natalie, where do you buy the 410 Vilene from? Lincraft or spotlight don't seem to stock it. Ta

Fabuloso blog, felicitaciones.

Thanks for those tips Natalie! I will definitely be looking out for one of those hoops; I can never seem to get my round hoop to the right tension, and this sounds like a great solution.
Hannah :o)

I'd never really thought about using Q-Snap frames - I'd heard of them, but I thought it would be difficult to get the fabric drum-tight. Seeing your photo is making me reconsider!

Hi Caroline, draw lightly onto the fabric with the Zig pen - it will create a light line. All the images you see on the Cinderberry blog have been drawn first with a Zig pigma pen,if your line is fine enough you can easy cover with two strands of thread. I never prewash my stitching fabric, the white fabic I have been using recently is a linen (known as Hanky Linen. Enjoy your stitching! - Natalie x

I've been wondering what to use to trace patterns onto fabric. The permenant pens are nice and thin and you can't see them under the stitches? Also, do you pre-wash your fabric before ironing on the interfacing and what white fabric do you use?
Your stitchery is stuff of legend and so I would love to at least try to follow your example!

Thank you that was very helpful

Thanks for sharing Natalie..I have been considering a QSnap Frame for a while..I think I will give it a try..

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