Using Ribbons (or strips of fabric)  to decorate a chair for a special event. Tied together with a ribbon flower. Beautiful {Inspiration only}

Using Ribbons (or strips of fabric) to decorate a chair for a special event. Tied together with a ribbon flower. Beautiful {Inspiration only}

Otra aplicación de las flores de navidad

LED Lighted Fall Floral Garland

Huck Embroidery / Punto Yugoslavo / Swedish Weaving / Bordado Vagonite. Towel Design

Huck Embroidery / Punto Yugoslavo / Swedish Weaving / Bordado Vagonite. Towel Design


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Swedish Huck Weaving  ....link doesn't work...  This type of needle work is usually done with a dull needle on Monk's cloth or Huck toweling, with the thread woven through the "floats" on one side, so stitches do not show on the back. Monk's cloth must be pre-washed and the edges zigzag stitches to avoid shrinking and raveling.  More info at:  http://www.nordicneedle.net/guides/stitching-techniques-guides/scandinavian-techniques/huck-swedish-weaving/

Swedish Huck Weaving ....link doesn't work... This type of needle work is usually done with a dull needle on Monk's cloth or Huck toweling, with the thread woven through the "floats" on one side, so stitches do not show on the back. Monk's cloth must be pre-washed and the edges zigzag stitches to avoid shrinking and raveling. More info at: http://www.nordicneedle.net/guides/stitching-techniques-guides/scandinavian-techniques/huck-swedish-weaving/

Huck Embroidery / Punto Yugoslavo / Swedish Weaving / Bordado Vagonite. Towel Design

Huck Embroidery / Punto Yugoslavo / Swedish Weaving / Bordado Vagonite. Towel Design

Huck Toweling Patterns Free | Topic: More Huck Weaving (Sorry! I REALLY like doing this!) Img heavy ...

Huck Toweling Patterns Free | Topic: More Huck Weaving (Sorry! I REALLY like doing this!) Img heavy ...

I think this type of embroidery is called hucking - and I learned how to do it in the late 60's from a NUN, believe it or not!  Sister Olympia!!!

Vintage HUCK WEAVE Tea TOWEL Pink & Red Swedish Weaving on White 1960's

I think this type of embroidery is called hucking - and I learned how to do it in the late 60's from a NUN, believe it or not! Sister Olympia!!!

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