I bought the torchon and I embroider. I never embroidered linen, and I have translated from the French that goes embroidered 2 weft and two warps and two wires. But the design is traced on the linen cloth? It is embroidered directly on the linen or you can use the rag or a grandmother Aida? And where they write point de piqûre 1 brin, mean the stitch to be executed by a thread? Thank you.Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
Hello :-) As we wrote again and again, the section \ "reviews \" NOT the place to ask questions. please kindly, in the future, to always address such requests to our email: firstname.lastname@example.org However, linen is embroidered with no trace the design on it, am only following the pattern, just like you would a \ 'aida. The only difference is that the linen does not have the \ "squares \" typical \ 's Aida, but you have to, in fact, count the threads of warp and weft in twos and embroider the spreaders accordingly. The point de piqûre corresponds precisely to the point written, as you rightly guessed, and must be called with one of yarn head (instead of the two used, however, for cross stitch). Best wishes!