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- Rank 6 - Tanooki Mario
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So far stitching on high count fabric has been pretty good, because I think it looks pretty amazing, but does anyone have tips for taking the thread out when you mess it up? My backs always end up a bit messy, or I just can't freaking get more than maaaaaybe one to come out at a time. And it's really discouraging when you have a block that you did in the wrong color and it takes you twice as long to pull it out as it did to get it in.
- Rank 12 - Yoshi Mario
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I've found that railroading where possible helps when it comes to having to remove the stitches, but other than that there's not much I've found that helps, except maybe just being patient and TRYING (I really try lol) not to get annoyed with it!
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- Rank 10 - Cape Mario
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I don't know if it will help, but one of the things I do is only do half stitches until I have a block done so I can check that I've done it right. Then I do the full crosses after that. It means I'm usually only unpicking half stitches which come out a lot easier.
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