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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Cute Boots
Cute Boots
What else is there to say about this pretty piece of cross stitch? It's just super cute. Stitched on overdyed fabric for that stormy day feel. Designed by Joanne Gatenby www.xs-and-ohs.com
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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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The Dragonfly Purse
Dragonfly Purse
Jo is delighted to share this beautiful purse design with you. The idea of this design is that it can be enlarged to fit almost ANY purse! You might like it so much you'll have more ideas as to where to stitch this lovely dragonfly. Designed by Jo Gatenby xs-and-ohs.com
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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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4 Seasons Mug Cozies
Feel the luxury of using fabric mug cozies for your cups of coffee, love the embroidery. Designed by Jayne Styles [email protected]
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Simply Redwork
Simply Redwork
Follow Erla Wilson as she explains the history of redwork and highlights its charm in this fun picnic table cloth. Templates provided and loose instructions on how to make the table cloth once the redwork is done. Designed by Erla Wilson Country Garden 905.772.3757 [email protected]
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Bluebird Birth Announcement
Bluebird Birth Announcement
Judith Marquis designed this free style embroidery using stitches like bullion stitch, colonial knots, French knots, fly stitch, stem stitch, to name a few. You can add to it by filling in more of the smocked piece. Designed by Judith Marquis www.amberlane.ca
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Redwork for Canada
Redwork for Canada
What a charming way to commemorate Canada 150, using surface embroidery stitches, cross stitch and redwork to complete this keepsake. Designed by Maria E. Gollek www.marnicdesigns.com
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One Pretty Doily Pattern - Fall 2016
One Pretty Doily
This pulled thread and embroidery doily looks a lot like a sampler. It's packed with elegance. Designed by Kim Beamish craftycreations-beamish.blogspot.ca [email protected]
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Flower of Hope Doily
An enchanted flower blossoms as you pull threads in just the right places. An old form of embroidery is forever new and thrilling today. Designed by Kim Beamish
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Basket of Berries Pin
Embroidery at its best - making flowers and a basket out of colourful threads has never been more exhilirating! Denise Powell [email protected] Ravelry: Doctor Knit
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