Tuesday, November 8, 2011

The Devil's Face • ND 0467-B

Hi Everybody... Robin here.

Before and After of The Devil
Creepy Characters by NeedleDeeva
Ever wonder how I stitch a face? I found my work-in-progress photos of The Devil (ND 0467-B) from the Creepy Characters series, and thought I would share them with you. Now, what is that saying?... the Devil is in the details? LOL. Enjoy the show.

I think he is quite the handsome guy. NeedleDeeva did an awesome job designing this cutie for the Creepy Characters series. Contact your LNS if you'd like to stitch him. You can see the participating retailers on the NeedleDeeva website. The Devil canvas (ND 0467-B) comes with my stitch guide, too. 

Until the next time... Thanks, Robin


  1. I am working on this one now and I would like to know if you can explain a pin tuck stitch a little clearer. When you begin and end the stripes.
    Thank you

  2. Hi Diane. Good to hear from you. The Pinhead Stitch is a stitch which goes over one canvas thread. I used it as a locking stitch. It also controls the direction of the stitch. In the charted diagram, do you see the small stitches underneath the long stripes? They are used for locking the thread in place. Amy talks about the Pinhead stitch in her Chapter 1 as well as DVD 1. Hope this helps. Let me know if you need further clarification. Thanks, Robin


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