Belgium Cross Stitch

Getting Harder

Uses:  Borders, Backgrounds

Follow the numbers by coming up at 1 and back down at 2.  Out at 3 and down again at 4.  The first cross is finished when you bring you needle up at 5 and go back down at 6.  To create the second cross, repeat the number sequence again.  Always work each row from left to right.


Belgium Cross is small but mighty.  You can create borders, fill-in areas and frames.  Try using in a variety of threads.  Overdyed threads would be stunning if you stitched one row on top of another.