In section-basic embroidery are presented some of the most commonly used embroidery points. In all of them there is a reference to the start.
In both cases, it is common not to a node which may be noted a protrusion on the right side your work, especially if the embroidery is framed. In addition, when a node, this will pull back the fabric in two points of the reason worked, creating a visual effect less pretty.
Usually, what is done in early to work the stops (on the right side) on a few centimetres of wire (on the wrong side). To do this, take your needle cross on the side to the right side, at the point of the fabric where you want to start, but leave a few centimeters of wire back (on the wrong side). Start working on the chosen point and, with the help of the forefinger or middle of your non-dominant hand (the hand that's holding the fabric or frame), try to keep the thread left on the back under the points worked on the right side.
To top it off, after he finished the cross-stitch motif, turn your work and insert the needle from the inside of the points arising out of his work and cover a few centimetres of wire under the same. Then, just cut the thread close to the points but with an extreme care not to cut the stitches worked because this would mean having to undo everything and do it again!
It is important not to save a lot of the wire that is used in these two cases because if the wire is too short will become detached more easily and your embroidery can begin to crumble.
If you are Embroidering a reason and need to top it off, without even the be over, simply because the thread is finished, do it normally but can start with the same process you do to top it off. That is, his shot and start with a new yarn but enter your needle under the points worked on inside out, and pull it gently to leave a few centimetres of wire stuck inside of these same points. Then, it's just sticking a needle in the point where tissue has to resume its work, always taking care not to pull too and remove the wire got left behind, disguised underneath than it already was.