Flower embroidery day 3: Going 3D - Pumora - all about hand embroidery
Let’s talk about the most fun part of embroidery: Going 3D! Embroidery in itself is much more plastic than pure drawing or painting, but there are stitches and methods to … Flower embroidery day 3: Going 3D Read More »
Button kamal kadai
My initial plan today is to show you some of the variations to the flower stitches that I’d shown in previous posts.But, I’m postpon...
Put an end to UFOs with quilt-finishing smarts (tutorial + giveaway!) - Stitch This! The Martingale Blog
How to make mitered corners on quilt binding
My use of a great technique making half square triangle unites from strip pieced squares. Strip piece two squares, turn one square so that it has strips horizontally, the other should be vertical. Put right sides together. Stitch all around the perimeter at 1/4" for seam allowance, then cut on the diagonals from corner to corner both ways. You will have 4 units. Press open and turn so the smallest section is in the middle and stitch as a four block. Voila!
Quick and Easy T-Shirt Quilt Tutorial | National Quilters Circle
If you have a pile of clothing and T-shirts that have special meaning but don’t really know what to do with them, a T-shirt quilt may be the perfect solution. Not only will you get to revisit some old favorites as you work, but the finished quilt will have both sentimental and practical value. Tips… Read more »
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It would be fun sometime to investigate whether sewers or sailors have to learn more knots. There are so many uses for knots, both functional and decorative. If you're a sewing, quilting or needlepoint enthusiast, you've likely learned your share: the tailor's knot, the slipknot, the figure-eight…
Southern Cross Crazy's 2012 Round robin finally finished.
Here is the last block I worked on, it was Faye's. I had already done some work on it whilst I was on Norfolk Island, and used it as my te...