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It’s not as if I’m running out of projects, but yesterday I kitted two new projects. One is a “needlepoint fit” project. These are pieces wher how to stitch them comes all together at once. I had all the threads so this will be easy to stitch. The other project is one I’ll be sharing with you soon to show siome great techniqes.
When I kit something I work in a articular order. First I get out the canvas and use it to pull threads. Often I pull more threads than are needed because I am unsure of what thread I want to use. Next I find a project bag that will fit everything.
I put everything on my desk and go ff in search of stretcher bars. Once I find these I tack the canvas on the bars.
Then I pull out and put in the project bag a needle minder, a threader, some needles and a small pair of scissors. The needle minder and needles get added to the canvas and the scissors go into the bag.
If I have stitch diagrams to use or a stitch guide I add them to the bag before I put in the canvas.
Zip up the bag and I’m ready to go.
How do you kit a project?