How do you transfer a cross stitch pattern?
How To Use Your Tracing Paper:
- Print out or draw your own pattern on drawing paper.
- Put the pattern on top of your tracing paper.
- Put your pattern and tracing paper (in that order) on top of your fabric, making sure the carbon side is facing down onto your fabric.
- Trace over the whole pattern using a pen or tracing stylus.
Can you transfer cross stitch to fabric?
To use this method, trace with the iron on pen/pencil on the back of the pattern, flip it onto your fabric (pen/pencil marks down) and iron until transferred. Be careful about keeping your iron still while ironing to not smudge the lines, and you can pull up your paper to check how much of the lines have transferred.
Can you print cross stitch patterns?
Things You’ll Need
You can make your own printed cross-stitch projects, referred to as stamped cross-stitch, by printing your design onto an iron-on transfer sheet and then transferring the design to the counted cross-stitch fabric.
Is the easiest way of transferring design onto the fabric?
Carbon transfer paper, also known as Dressmaker’s carbon paper, is another way you can transfer your design to fabric. The advantage of using this method is that it is reuseable and comes in different colours, even white, so it works well on darker fabrics. Using it is easy.