This is my third In Stich'z collection. I bought it specifically for the green hues so that I could stitch stems for flowers. It worked out perfectly.
I love how convenient these sets are. I never have to go digging for a needle. They are always right in place in the package. Also, it is just the right thickness to show up well on my scrapbooking projects. This is a nice no fuss tool for hand sewing.
Used in this layout: & sweet Dakota
These were the last ones I needed to complete my collection and now I have all of the In Stichz colors.
I majorly use the cream black and white but the greens are awesome hues too!
I find the thickness of the floss to be perfect so that it shows up well on any LO.
The fact it comes with 2 needles is super too!
I hope they come around with some really new colors like mixed threads or something soon.
Used in this layout: Crazy Love
When I first started hand stitching I used regular embroidery floss. Although it did work, it always seemed to be rather thick. I decided to give Bazzill Basics- In Stich'z a try and I LOVE it! I cannot believe I didn't buy this product sooner. If anyone plans to hand stitch on a layout this product is a MUST!
Used in this layout: Kindergarten
So I just bought this floss & needle kit yesterday and I was a little bit anxious about starting to encorporate stitching onto my layouts. However, the kit is easy to use and a blast to design with. Now I can't wait to get my hands on all the other awesome colours of floss that Bazzill makes!
Used in this layout: Fall Fair 1996
I am a scrapping novice so I appreciate how easy these floss and needles sets are to use. I've heard others say that they prefer other needles but the ones that come with the kit have worked well thus far! I love having a variety of colors within one kit.
Used in this layout: Cute
I bought for the first time a stitch (Flourishes) template and these pretty floss colors. They are so nice and easy to use. Highly recommend this product!
Used in this layout: Christmas-My Bro's Family
I love using this product, and the colors coordinate so well with all lines. For ease of use, I use a template and paper piercer to make the holes, and a [dental] floss threader to "sew" my design or thread the needle. By the way, floss threaders are essential cropper tools, great for threading ribbon in tight spaces!
Used in this layout: Good Hair Day!
I found this floss way too thick to achieve the look I really wanted. While it would thread ok, it was very hard to actually sew without tearing the paper. Some of the colors were rather drab too.