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Log Cabin in the Woods for Plastic Canvas

Log Cabin in the Woods for Plastic Canvas
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May 2006

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Materials Needed:
  • Red Heart Regular Yarn Colors:
    • Coffee Brown
    • Warm Brown
    • Buff or Cream
    • Cafe Brown
    • Blue Jewel
    • Light Sage
    • Dark Sage
    • Teal
    • White
    • Grey
    • Windor Blue (mat stitching)
  • 7 Mesh Plastic Canvas
  • Needle (with needle hole large enough for yarn)
  • Scissors
  • Patterns for Log Cabin in the Woods Design:
  • Instructions for stitching the matting-- Click Here

How to Stitch on Plastic Canvas:

If you do not know how to stitch on plastic canvas and you need help understanding the patterns, Click Here.

Prepare the Canvas:

Cut a piece of plastic canvas for the project as follows: 69 squares x 55 squares to complete the design and the stitched matting for an 8 x 10 finished picture & mat as shown; OR, 49 squares x 35 squares to complete the design only for a 5 x 7 finished picture.

Stitch the Matting:

The matting is made on the outside 10 squares all around the canvas. Each stitch is done over two intersections rather than one. There are 5 rows. Each of the rows is stitched in the opposite direction from the previous row. More detailed instructions for stitching the matting can be found at the link indicated in the materials list above or Click Here.

Stitch the Design:

Follow the patterns at the links given in the materials list above. Do everything except the reeds and cattails. To do the reeds, follow the beginning and ending points with a single straight stitch for each stem. For the cattails you will need to do one lazy daisy stitch. To learn how to do the lazy daisy stitch, Click Here.

Done!

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