Easy-Count Guideline™ Accessory

Item 323340
Bright red nylon thread helps you locate the exact stitching point fast. Form easy-to-follow grid to match cross-stitch pattern. Great for beginner to advanced stitchers!
Approximately 100 yds (91m).
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Customer Reviews

Average Rating:

(based on 7 reviews)

By Judith G Bronson
Bandera, TX
December 09, 2020
"I am really looking forward to using this with four kits. I have been using stray threads to mark my fabric, but this looks like a better method, as this thread will stay put."
December 12, 2019
"I think it would be great if you're working on 11 or 14 count fabric. But it not a lot of fun on my current project - a 240x93 stitch landscape on 18 count cloth. It must be pulled out 'as you go along' (Sprong! sprong!), and at ~ 1/2 way through I am seriously considering getting rid of it and re-doing my remaining grid with something less bulky. There simply is not room in the 'holes' for this heavy nylon + 8 strands of embroidery thread. But it does seem like a useful product. "
August 04, 2017
"I alwa ys grid my Mill Hill Kits. I used to use regular sewing thread. I'd always have trouble pulling the guideline threads at the end of the project. I just got this nylon thread to use. It's gonna take a while to get used to it, it's a bit unruly when putting it on. But the color should be good will all the kits, so I won't need a dark and a light thread in my tool box. And, it should take care of the removal problems."
By Tina McHenry
Morristown, TN
July 27, 2017
"Ilove it. it's tough and the needle can't go through it. I paid the $12. for it so I was a little disappointed but I love it. will buy more."
September 02, 2015
"This has cut my time in half. This has cut my time in half. No more tedious counting all the tiny squares! "