How to do the Rope Stitch - Sarah's Hand Embroidery Tutorials
Rope stitch is probably the richest looking embroidery stitch of this family. It follows a series of closed up twisted chain stitches to form an embossed rope look. You need to know the twisted chain stitch to be able to do the rope stitch. I...
How to Embroider for Beginners | Learn Embroidery Stitches | Craft Tutorials & Projects
This page gives an introduction to the craft of embroidery, with links to beginners tutorials as well as a large number of beautiful projects and free patterns.
Tutorial: Indian Shisha (mirror) Embroidery - Joyful Abode
Shisha (the Hindi word for “little glass”) embroidery is also known as mirror-work or abla embroidery. Originally, pieces of mica were used as the mirrors, but later, thin blown-glass pieces were broken and used. Today, small mirrors are commercially available for shisha embroidery. If you use these, make sure to file the edges first so […]
SPACE TO CREATE :: Izziyana Suhaimi - We Are Scout
Peek into the creative life of Izzi who creates mbroidered paper art. Today on the blog...
Some Gorgeous Needle Painting
This morning, I thought it would be nice to slow down a bit and just look at some beautiful pieces of embroidery. To that end, I’m going to share with you some needle painting embroidery projects worked by Margaret Cobleigh. Margaret’s the gal who will be teaching needle painting class here on Needle ‘n Thread ...
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KADAI KAMAL STITCH
I am a beginner in hand embroidery .Thank you for this beautiful tutorial . I tried it in the same way you have shown in the tutorial...here you can see that http://asha-kurinji.blogspot.com/2012/04/kmal-kadai-stitch.html Thank you NAlini..yes I know there are many ways to copy things.:( I dont know…
Citrus Slices: 1) stem stitch an outer circle; 2) chain stitch just inside the stem stitch; 3) stem stitch 8-10 segments, evenly spaced in the circle; 4) starting from the point of each segment, stitch two long chains on the LHS, finishing just inside the top edge, repeat this on the RHS, then fill the middle with additional chain stitches; and 5) complete all the segments in the same manner. Note: that there are three tones of a single colour for each slice.
Brazilian Embroidery - Stitch Techniques That Work for Me
I have decided to start with my finished flower/motif. Today I'm going to write about some Brazilian dimensional embroidery stitch techniques that work for me. Each stitcher has their own best way of working with the floss and stitches and different teachers will have different ways of showing others. My suggestion is to learn from all and then do what works best for you. Most stitchers who are familiar with my Millefiori designs know that I like to make really long bullions, cast-on and…
Stitch Fun: Embroidering a Thick Stem or Branch - Simple, but Effective
In embroidery, thick stems and branches often get the same treatment: filled with stem stitch, filled with chain stitch, sometimes satin stitched, maybe a little texture added with knots and so forth. And all these techniques work great! Here's another option, though, that can supply a little bit