So, tweeding is when you use one thread of two different colors in the same stitch. It's used to create various effects in stitching.
I recently was taking a closer look to a lovely Dimensions design, from the Golden Collection. It's a stunning piece I was planning to stitch for a very dear friend of mine. Its HUGE, but I think she deserves that. It'd take a long time to get done, but... oh well... it'd be a surprise, so there'd be no rush on that.
The thing is that the design asks for a LOT (really a LOOOOT) of tweeding. I personally I'm not a fond of tweeding AT ALL!!! It always looks funny when I stitch like that and I don't like it. I ask: do you tweed? Do you have any tip for a perfect tweeding? Is there any way you can substitute tweeding? Please, girl friends, talk to me! Any help is welcome!
I just included the pic of the piece. It's Equine Trio #35091 Isn't it breathtaking?!