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...
At the Back
Like many crafters out there, I've been enjoying displaying my embroidery efforts in the same hoop I used for the stitching. I'm sure there ...
7 days of stitches: herringbone stitch - Pumora - all about hand embroidery
The herringbone stitch is a crossed stitch. It’s commonly used to fill areas with a low amount of waste yarn in the back. Here is how it’s done 1 // … 7 days of stitches: herringbone stitch Read More »
Lazy Daisy Stitch - How Did You Make This? | Luxe DIY
Lazy daisies are made from individual chain stitches arranged in a circle. 1. Stitch up at A. 2. Stitch back down at A. Do not pull the thread all the way through. 3. Stitch up at B, just above A. Pass the needle through the thread loop. 4. Stitch down at C, holding the loop of thread in place. 5. The finished petal looks like this. 6. Make more stitches in a circle.
20 Beautiful Hand Embroidery Designs – Easyday
Share this on WhatsAppEmbroidery has been one of the most common and long known needle work and has been in vogue for ages. Times have [...]
The theme for Friday Photo 2012 week 11 is craft. 2/3 I'm participating in Lea Redmond's "sky scarf" conceptual knitting project www.leafcutterdesigns.com/projects/conceptknit.html Every day you look up at the sky and then knit a row and back in a matching colour, so rather than following a pattern you let the sky decide what the next colour will be. My sky scarf at the moment is a record of the sky from New Year's day right up to my birthday yesterday! I plan to keep going until…
Stitch Fun! How to Lace Lattice Stitches
When I first started playing with lattice stitches as part of the Stitch Fun series of embroidery stitch tutorials, I was moving towards laced lattice stitches, because they're a little more difficult to figure out than regular lattice work. So, we mixed up the lattice stitch tutorials with a few