Pulled Thread Pastries Part 3 Pattern
Pulled Thread Pastries Part 3
This is Part 3 of the Pulled Thread Pastries. This series is about introducing you and getting a good feel of what pulled thread embroidery is all about. The whole series focuses on the basic and essential pulled thread stitches reviewing in detail three in each of the four parts. In Part 3 Kim Beamish gives instructions with charts and photos of the steps involved in executing the Diagonal Cross Filling, Framed Cross Filling, and Mock Faggot Filling. Designed by Kim Beamish craftycreations-beamish.blogspot.ca [email protected]
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Diamond Petals Pattern
Diamond Petals
Inspired by costume designers Michele Carraghere and Gillian Conahan, Judith explains her way of making dragon scales. Full instructions, graph and examples included and references for further explorations. Then, your imagination can be limitless! Designed by Judith Marquis Amberlane & Amberpetites www.amberlane.ca
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Starry Sky Bag Pattern
Starry Sky Bag
Swedish weaving instruction par excellence, Christine Allan, uses upholstery fabrics for weaving purposes. This, in light of the Monk's Cloth shortage. See what she has to say about working with upholstery fabrics, and make this lovely bag. Designed by Christine Allan Christine’s Swedish Weaving www.funandfastpatterns.ca
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Serendipity Colour Play Cushion Cover Pattern
Serendipity Colour Play Cushion Cover
Sometimes leftover yarn and fabric can create an outstanding, beautiful piece of embroidery. Such is the case with this project, as Iryna pulls together a stash of leftover yarn to create a cushion cover. She encourages you not to follow her colourway, but to look at your stash of leftover yarn to create a unique piece. Includes full charts and instructions for this mesmerizing design. Designed by Iryna Varabei Spirit of Belarus www.ivarabei.wix.com/spiritofbelarus www.facebook.com/SoB.design
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Party Favors Pattern
Party Favours
How adorable are these? They made from fine Hardanger work and leftover plastic spools from a ball of DMC pearl cotton! And you can stuff them with goodies for your next party! Full instructions and charts. Designed by Betty Stokoe Hardanger House 4708 52 Street Stettler, Alberta T0C 2L0 403.742.2749 [email protected] www.theneedleworkpages.com/listing/hardanger-house.html
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Knit Cuff Bracelet Pattern
Knit Cuff Bracelet
Full instructions for how to repurpose a favorite cabled sweater you can't seem to let go. Also included in the instructions is how to make a dorset button. Photos and diagrams. Designed by Joanne Gatenby www.xs-and-ohs.com
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Rainy Day Mug Rugs
Rainy Day Mug Rugs
Here's what raindrops look like when made up in Hardanger and satin stitches! Worked up in 2 colourways to show how colour changes the look of the same pattern. Choose your own colourway or make several in several colours. Stitches used: nun stitch, satin stitch, Algerian eyelets, woven bars and branched spokes. Designed by Betty Stokoe Hardanger House [email protected] etsy.com/shop/HardangerHouse
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Pavouk Talisman
Pavouk Talisman
Very much like the dreamcatcher, this Belarusan Talisman is created to protect the household and the family within it. It's the stitched version of the same Pavouk made up of straw. Frame this gem or make it to hang on your window, doorway, car or on the cradle. It is believed it catches and transmutes negative energies. Designed by Iryna Varabei Spirit of Belarus ivarabei.wixsite.com/spiritofbelarus Facebook
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The Beauty of Texture Part 4
The Beauty of Texture Part 4
The last installation of The Beauty of Texture reviews with full instructions Flower Smocking and Popcorn Smocking. Complete the 4 parts of this extraordinary smocking series. Designed by Judith Marquis Amberlane & Amberpetites www.amberlane.ca [email protected]
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Pulled Thread Pastries Part 2
Pulled Thread Pastries Part 2
This is Part 2 of the Pulled Thread Pastries. This series is about introducing you and getting a good feel of what pulled thread embroidery is all about. The whole series focuses on the basic and essential pulled thread stitches reviewing in detail three in each of the four parts. In Part 2 Kim Beamish gives instructions with charts and photos of the steps involved in executing the Waffle Stitch, Window Filling, and Wave Stitch. Designed by Kim Beamish [email protected] http://craftycreations-beamish.blogspot.com/
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The Beauty of Texture Part 2
The Beauty of Texture Part 2
Join smocking designer Judith Marquis in this series of fabric manipulation and explore the texture that smocking can bring to today's decorating styles and infinite project ideas. Designed by Judith Marquis Amberlane & Amberpetites www.amberlane.ca [email protected]
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The Beauty of Texture Part 3
The Beauty of Texture Part 3
Here's Part 3, another exciting instalment of The Beauty of Texture, and all its possibilities and variations smocking can have. This instalment focuses on Arrowhead Smocking. Designed by Judith Marquis Amberlane & Amberpetites www.amberlane.ca [email protected]
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Pulled Thread Pastries
Pulled Thread Pastries
They can be mistaken for or even created to be used as ornaments, but these cushions were created to be a tutorial on pulled thread work. In these instructions is Part 1 looking at the first 3 pulled thread stitches: Diagonal Drawn Filling, Reverse Faggot, and Single Faggot Stitch. Designed by Kim Beamish [email protected] http://craftycreations-beamish.blogspot.com/
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Belarusan Nizanka Snowflakes
Belarusan Nizanka Snowflakes
Meditative, prayer-like embroidery connects us to spirit while we engage in Nizanka technique. These ornaments are the perfect thing to learn this quiet technique of stitching beautiful things. Designed by Iryna Varabei Spirit of Belarus ivarabei.wixsite.com/spiritofbelarus Facebook
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Yule Log Tote Christmas
Yule Log Tote Ornament
A tiny little gem evokes feelings of sitting by the fire on a cold winter day. Perfect for learning Hardanger and so special to treasure for years to come. Designed by Betty Stokoe Hardanger House [email protected] www.etsy.com/shop/HardangerHouse
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Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star
Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star Ornaments
Two star ornaments to pique your creativity using stitches on the PFAFF creative icon and it's super features! Making stars for any occasion. Designed by Emily Baker Freelance Educator and Sewing Specialist SVP Canada Inc. www.pfaff.com
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A Piece of My Heart
A Piece of My Heart Ornaments
The heart is paper pieced together and then stuffed. The ornaments are so adorable you'll want to make more than one! Make several and place them in a glass bowl it will be a great topic of conversation and can be used as party favors too. Choose your own heartwarming words. Designed by Bill Locke Bill Locke Designs 711 - 1601 Boulevard Angrignon Lasalle, QC H8N 0E8 www.studiobilllocke.com Facebook 514.209.0111
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Snow Globe Ornament
Snow Globe Ornament
Pick your favourite element in a print fabric and highlight it in this charming snowglobe ornament! It's the perfect way of highlighting the print you adore! Also a great project to learn how to work with vinyl. Designed by Clodagh Coker The Quilt Store 17817 Leslie Street, Unit 40 Newmarket, Ontario L3Y 8C6 www.thequiltstore.ca 905.853.7001
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Vishuddha
Vishuddha
Inspired by the symbol of the Throat Chakra, hence Vishuddha, Kim uses crayons to create her fabric for embroidery. A quick to make embroidered piece, you can embroider it further by listening to your inner voice. Designed by Kim Beamish craftycreations-beamish.blogspot.ca [email protected]
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Autumn Splendor Sampler
Indian Splendor
Donna lets the Sari Silk Ribbon shine in this little embroidered project while the embroidered stitches do all the talking. She outlines the square with beading giving a rich look to the finished piece. Alternately you can expand on the idea and make it bigger and even making a quilt. Designed by Donna Funnell Fibre Artist Member of Oakville Fibre Artists www.fibrejournal.blogspot.com Facebook: donna.funnell.7
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The Stupendous Stitching Clutch Purse
The Stupendous Stitching Clutch Purse
It's liberating to play with decorative stitches, even better, make a remarkable clutch purse too! Designed by Liana Kirkey That Sewing Place 16610 Bayview Ave # 10 Newmarket, ON L3X 1X3 905.715.7725 www.thatsewingplace.ca Facebook: TSPNewmarket
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Exploring Paper Embroidery, Kindred Spirits
Exploring Paper Embroidery, Kindred Spirits
We're taking some of you back to the 1970s when paper embroidery was all the rage! Two enchanting designs to get back into 'embroidery meets scrapbooking' or perhaps it's new to you, and therefore ideal for you give it a try. Either way, great tutorial on paper embroidery. Designed by Jo Gatenby xs-and-ohs.com/
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Exploring Paper Embroidery, Paper Heart
Exploring Paper Embroidery, Paper Heart
We're taking some of you back to the 1970s when paper embroidery was all the rage! Two enchanting designs to get back into 'embroidery meets scrapbooking' or perhaps it's new to you, and therefore ideal for you give it a try. Either way, great tutorial on paper embroidery. Designed by Jo Gatenby xs-and-ohs.com/
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The Beauty of Texture Part 1
The Beauty of Texture Part 1
Join smocking designer Judith Marquis in this series of fabric manipulation and explore the texture that smocking can bring to today's decorating styles and infinite project ideas. Designed by Judith Marquis Amberlane & Amberpetites www.amberlane.ca [email protected]
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Lovebirds Needle Roll
Lovebirds Needle Roll
So tiny, you’ll want to take this needle roll everywhere you go. It’ll be part of your portable stitching project. Designed by Kim Beamish [email protected] craftycreations–beamish.blogspot.ca
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Wedding Memories Wallhanging
Wedding Memories Wallhanging
This wallhanging is a great way to commemorate a loved-one's wedding. So quick to make using an embroidery machine and PREMIER+™ 2 Embroidery Software to match your unlimited creativity. Designed by Kerrin Brookes Sewing and Software Specialist, SVP Canada Inc. www.pfaff.com
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Funky Lovebirds Bolster Pillow
Funky Lovebirds Bolster Pillow
This is perfect bolster pillow project to make if you wish to freshen up your bedroom. It ushers in the freshness of spring! Designed by Lynn Swanson Brother Educator www.brother.ca
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Sweet Begonia
Sweet Begonia uses surface embroidery, shading and very little time to embroider. It's like painting with thread. Step by step instructions makes it enjoyable to stitch. Designed by Carol Arsenault [email protected]
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