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Spinnerin Volume 168 ~ Embroidery Stitches

Vintage patterns can be beautiful, which is why I bought this old Spinnerin. (front cover) Vintage patterns can also be hilariously tacky, which is why I bought this old Spinnerin. (back cover) Lucky for you over the next few weeks I’ll be posting all the good, the bad, and the ugly afghan patterns your twitchy little fingers could ever hope to knit or crochet! Here are some Embroidery Stitches to wet your appetite…

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Stem Stitch Rose with Knotted Center - Tutorial

Today's stitching time was spent playing with a couple of stitches in the company of one of my favorite embroidery books and my doodle cloth. The book is written in Japanese, so I can't make out a word from the instructions, but the photos and diagrams are almost sufficient to understand the stitches. Almost. To make out the rest of the "secrets", there's always the doodle cloth :) There was a cute little flower in the book, starting with some sort of a knot (if you know its proper name, please drop me a note, thank you) that I wanted to try out. Loved the way it turned out, added a few stem stitches to it, and there it was, a lovely, delicate rose, stitched with 6 strands of pink variegated DMC stranded cotton: To stitch this rose first imagine (ha!) a small square, as marked on the photo below. Bring your needle up in 1 and take it down in 2. Come up in 3, and you will get a small straight stitch: The next stitch will not go through the fabric, but under the straight stitch: bring your working thread down over the straight stitch and slide your needle under the straight stitch, pulling to the left of your working thread. Then slide your needle under the straight stitch again, over the working thread, pull your thread through to form a knot and take your needle down in 4 (the upper right corner of our imaginary square). Now you have a lovely knot, which can stand by itself as a small flower, for instance, or as a filling stitch along with French and colonial knots. Or you can take it forward, by bringing your needle up between 3 and 4 (the center of the top line) And making loops by sliding the needle under the little "legs" of the knot and over the working thread (just like stem stitching except not through the fabric) weaving all around the four "legs" When you have woven the fourth leg, you could take your needle down again in the center of the upper line, (just where you came up to make the loops) and you would have a smaller rose, or you could make a bigger rose, by adding more petals - stem stitching around your rose until it gets to the desired size: When you have enough petals, finish your rose by bringing your needle down to the back of the fabric at an angle as shown in the photo below and start making another rose and then another one... Isn't this fun?! Oops, maybe I got a little carried away LOL In the next post I'll show you how I stitched little rose buds, starting with the same knot as the rose and some cute leaves, too. Hope you are having a fun day, Everyone!

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Herthen: Photo

Hi, I'm Kris and I'm using my tumblr to display pictures and quotes that I find on the net that I like. I try really hard to give credit to the origins of the photos and art on here. If you would like to reach me e-mail herthen (at) yahoo (dot) com Tags Animal Bear Bird Cat Dog Elephant Horse Lion Sheep Tiger Apples Art Beach Books Crafts Dance Fashion Fairytales Fantasy Dragons Fairy Health Landscape Music Nature People Trees Rohan Sayings Herthen Pictures

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MANUALIDADES NAVIDEÑAS CON CINTAS

MANUALIDADES NAVIDEÑAS CON CINTAS :La idea es repetir el proceso de alternar colores (como en la imagen) hasta que toda la base esté completamente cubierta.

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Hand-Stitched House: a guide to designing and embroidering a portrait of your home

We're thrilled to offer an incredible book written by our dear friend, Theresa Lawson at The Monsters Lounge! Learn all the secrets to creating a beautiful embroidered portrait of your home. Find out the techniques you need to create fabulous dimension, realistic effects and the little details that will make your embroidered house portrait as unique as your home.  What's in the book? Step-by-step instructions for designing and stitching an embroidered house A guide through the tools and materials needed including tips and tricks for getting the best out of them Guidance on achieving the dramatic dimension and tiny details that will draw the viewer in Over 70 pages of different techniques  Embroidery instructions unique to embroidered house projects Bonus material such as worksheets and fonts What makes the workbook different? The spiral bound workbook makes using the book to create your hand-stitched home much easier.  Due to the spiral binding, the book will lay flat no matter what page you are working from.  This means you don't risk losing your page, you don't have to keep flipping the book open and you will be able to refer to the page quickly and easily.  PLUS the paper the book is printed on makes taking notes in the book easy! Can I create a cross-stitch house pattern using the book? Although the book is embroidery focused and does not talk specifically about creating a cross-stitched pattern, you will be able to use the design tips and even some of the suggested embroidery techniques to create a cross-stitch pattern of your home. Do I need to know how to embroider to use this book? Some embroidery experience may be handy to get the most out of this book. The book will not go into great detail on things like setting up a frame or step-by-step embroidery stitch tutorials. However even beginner embroiderers have been able to use the book to create a portrait of their home with little to no embroidery experience. Ambition to create is more important than experience.  You don't have to stop at creating a portrait of your own home. You can use the lessons from this book to create the home of someone you love, a building you love or your future dream home!  What you learn from Hand-Stitched House will help you to create a lovingly handmade piece of embroidered art.  Whether it's an heirloom memory for yourself or a gift for someone special; your embroidered house will be treasured for many years to come. Details about the book Physical Book: 232 pages, 8"W x 10"H, spiral bound (so it lays flat!), matte-finish cover Digital E-Book: PDF version available from The Monsters Lounge website Author: Theresa Lawson ISBN: 978-0-578-74170-3 Shipping to the EU? Customers shipping to the UK and EU countries should be aware that VAT is NOT paid during checkout. This means that additional fees or duties may be incurred which could result in additional cost and/or delays in the receipt of your item. Before purchase, contact your country's customs officials to make sure you are aware of any additional duties or fees that may affect your purchase.

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#flower embroidery

Hello There!I invite everyone to learn hand embroidery, how to do DIY stitches, Khatli work, Aari work and unique handicraft techniques on my channel. You wi...

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