Complementary Journal Pages and Floss Cards
To use the floss cards, just print them, fill in the symbols, punch the holes, insert your floss and you are ready to stitch! Especially on large projects, we find the floss cards to be quite a time saver when stitching, we hope you will too!
I recommend printing the floss cards on cardstock. They will last longer as you insert and remove your threads. Feel free to print multiple floss cards if you have a project that uses more floss colors than there is room for on one card.
As for the Journal Pages... I sincerely hope you will start a stitchery journal if you are not keeping one already. Particularly for the items that you give away as gifts, it is always great to keep an entry in a journal with a photo of the finished product. Over the years these entries accumulate and it is always a pleasure to browse through one's own stitchery work.
Note: The Project Pages are in PDF format.
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