Cross stitching with a sewing machine is not a common practice. Cross stitching is traditionally done by hand, using a needle and thread to create intricate patterns on fabric. The process involves making small X-shaped stitches to form a design.
Using a sewing machine for the craft can be challenging due to the machine’s speed and the inability to create the same level of detail as hand stitching. The machine’s needle may not be able to create the precise X-shaped stitches required for cross stitching. Additionally, the machine’s tension and stitch length settings may not be suitable for this type of embroidery.
While it may be possible to experiment with cross stitching on the said machine, it is generally recommended to use a hand embroidery technique for this craft. Hand stitching allows for more control and precision, resulting in a higher-quality finished product.
If you are interested in cross stitching, it is best to start with the traditional method using a needle and thread. There are many resources available, such as books, tutorials, and online communities, that can help you learn the techniques and develop your skills. With practice and patience, you can create beautiful cross-stitch designs and enjoy the meditative and creative process of this timeless craft.