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Make your own customized iPhone case using a cross-stitchable iPhone case (win one of five kits).
What you’ll need: A cross-stitchable iPhone case, embroidery thread, a blunt needle, a Sharpie, a pair of scissors, and graph paper.
Use the graph paper and Sharpie to design whatever you want to stitch onto the case. Fill in the squares where stitches will go. Make sure you count h...
Take your embroidery thread and cut 12 inches or more off. The thread is usually made up of six smaller threads. Gather three of the smaller threads a...
Tie a few knots at one end your new length of thread. Thread your needle through the other end.
Take the needle and poke it through a hole in your iPhone case (starting from the back side), and pull it all the way through until the knot catches. ...
Keep going until your design is complete. It will take a while, but it’s worth it!
We used Corey Holms’ Compunabula tyepface to create the Make case (right hand design).
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