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Nymph - Bead Embroidered Necklace And Earrings  After long and happy hours of creative work this necklace was born with the matching earrings. The living green of nature is slowly dying now, but here is my uniqe, self-designed set. Zazie's Little Bead Embroidery Shop.

Nymph - Bead Embroidered Necklace And Earrings - Zaziebeads on Etsy

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Different types hand embroidery stitches

Old faded Dala-Floda embroidery salvaged from a cushion (I found it in a thrift shop)

Pinner states: Old faded Dala-Floda embroidery salvaged from a cushion (I found it in a thrift shop)

Beautiful work! Organza tote bag embroidered to look like a plastic grocery bag.

Embroidery on tulle bags- even more awesome artistic embroidery at the link. via Jealous Curator Lauren Dicioccio

“My business started with an empty wallet and a simple idea.” And how many others have sprung from the same source? Michelle Galletta of Etsy shop Kiriki Press dreamed up her animal doll embroidery kits when she needed to make an affordable gift for her niece and couldn’t find a suitable pattern anywhere. Her printmaking background made the project a natural fit, and three years later, her last-stitch effort has become a full-time job. Read more about her design process in our studio tour…

“My business started with an empty wallet and a simple idea.” And how many others have sprung from the same source? Michelle Galletta of Etsy shop Kiriki Press dreamed up her animal doll embroidery kits when she needed to make an affordable gift for her n

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