Hand Embroidery Stitches

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RDV Tuto broderie (3) ... - NeverendingCraft

Jour 1: Préparation de notre visage brodé ... (approx. 10 mn) FAIT ! Jour 2 : Broderie des grandes et moyennes fleurs (approx....

Braided chain stitch--will be a cool detail on something...  This entire blog is AMAZING, full of easy-to-follow instructions on just about any stitch you can think of.

How to do the Braided Chain Stitch - Sarah's Hand Embroidery Tutorials

Also known as: Hungarian Braided Chain Stitch The braided chain stitch is worked almost the same way as the heavy chain stitch. There is only a slight difference in the way the needle is taken under the existing loops, thus giving it a totally...

#Embroidery_Tutorial -- "Add Mirrors to Embroidery or Knitted/Crocheted Garments With Stunning Shisha Stitches. Full photo and text tutorial at Craftsy." Enjoy from #KnittingGuru

Add Mirrors to Embroidery With Stunning Shisha Stitches... - a grouped images picture

Add Mirrors to Embroidery With Stunning Shisha Stitches - created on 2015-01-20 19:22:52

tutorials on all kinds of beautiful embroidery stitches

How to do the Whipped Fly Stitch - Sarah's Hand Embroidery Tutorials

This is a simple version of how a row of fly stitch can be decorated using a contrasting colored thread. To do this stitch, you need to know how to do the Fly Stitch. Fig 1: First make a vertical row of fly stitch. To whip, take a contrasting...

*** what a pretty way to couch ric-rac!

Road to CA - Red Clover Class

Red Clover is a fun pattern with three blocks. I used a combination of textural fabrics in my original quilt. The pattern allows for many stitching techniques as well as uses of hand dyed textural fabrics, ribbons and beads. The students were very creative using different stitches and threads making each piece unique. I absolutely love teaching handwork classes. The sharing of ideas is fabulous! Thanks to all my wonderful students here at Road to CA. My visit was great. Creative Stitching…

embroidered flowers

Simple is Good: Straight Stitch Flowers

Hand embroidery does not have to be complicated in order to be effective. Take, for example, the under-rated, under-estimated, under-valued, plain-old-every-day straight stitch. The straight stitch is exactly what it sounds like: a straight stitch. It is the most basic stitch. You bring your needle up in the fabric at some point, and you take ...

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blogged here today ... you may be interested in reading THIS today .... (thank you so much Margie & Whip Up !)

Stitch Fun: Shisha Stitch Variation [the process is very thoroughly illustrated]

Stitch Fun: Shisha Stitch Variation

Last week, as part of the Stitch Fun series, we looked at the traditional shisha stitch used in mirror embroidery. Today, I’d like to show you a fun variation of shisha. It produces a completely different look when attaching mirrors (or anything else you might want to use in place of mirrors) to ground fabric. ...

A Doodle Cloth is a great place to practice embroidery stitches, true. But it's…

5 Reasons to Make & Keep a Doodle Cloth

Do you keep a doodle cloth? In hand embroidery, a doodle cloth is usually an extra piece of fabric that you keep on hand, to practice embroidery stitches on before you apply those stitches to an embroidery project. If you embroider, and especially if you’re a beginner (but even the experts do it!), a doodle ...

How to stitch a fully beaded drizzle stitch in hand embroidery

Stitch Fun! Fully Beaded Drizzle Stitch

Here’s a little follow-up on last week’s Stitch Fun! tutorial, where we learned how to bead the cast-on stitch. We’re going to apply the same principles in that tutorial to the drizzle stitch, which is a fun dimensional stitch that sits up right off the fabric. I’ve already shown you one way to bead the ...

- beaded feather stitch.  #embroidery

The Stitch Files - Feather Stitch

This is one of my favorite stitches. I made a sample of wool, perle cotton and embroidery thread overlaying the stitches. Back in 2008 I worked a sampler book which I did not want to destroy. So I just glued a photo of my book into the files. Here is the content of my booklet. Some variations ... ... different threads, from sewing thread to wool and strips of fabric .... ... and some beaded variations.