Flower embroidery day 3: Going 3D - Pumora - all about hand embroidery
Let’s talk about the most fun part of embroidery: Going 3D! Embroidery in itself is much more plastic than pure drawing or painting, but there are stitches and methods to … Flower embroidery day 3: Going 3D Read More »
Tessa Perlow Covers Upcycled Clothing in Embroidered Blooms
Tessa Perlow embroiders upcycled garments with bold flowers, turning ordinary tank tops and t-shirts into something spectacular.
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Fishnet Stitch - Sarah's Hand Embroidery Tutorials
AMAZING website for embroidery stitch how-to. Great directions and pictures. So many more stitches than I ever imagined existed.
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Blanket stitch leaves - part one
I am really glad (and a little overwhelmed) by the many comments on my blanket stitch leaves the other day - I also found it very inspiring...
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Blanket stitch leaves - part two
If you missed part one of this little sampler you can find it HERE. It really is surprising how different blanket stitch looks when the stitches a placed really close together so that they cover the fabric. You may often see it referred to as 'Buttonhole' stitch when it is used in this way, but to my mind the stitch remains the same, only the positioning has changed. We don't tend to change the name of other stitched if we simply adjust the stitch width or length which is why I refer to it…