Threads in the street #1
This image is made from freestitch embroidery, sewn on water soluble fabric that disappears in water and leaves you with only the threads, but this...
Scrubby trees that grow along shorelines are needed for my mountain lake piece . The only other trees I had made were for this piece: Acro...
Tutorial: Making Fabric Using Water Soluble Stabilizer | Creative Cloth Studio
In this tutorial I'm going to show you a fun and creative technique for making what I call "fiber doodles". Fiber doodles which are pieces of decorative fabric
Madeira Appplique- A Tutorial
Madeira applique is a well loved technique in heirloom sewing. It is one of my personal favorites. I am all for frothy heirloom for special occasions such as First Communion, baptisms or flower girls; other than that my tastes run pretty tailored. Madeira is perfect for that. It is dressy without being fussy. With Easter on the horizon, it is a perfect time to think about Madeira applique. Above it is shown on the collar of a doll dress; This is a Wee Care gown I entered in the fair. This…
Workshop - Jan Beaney 10 May 2014
Embroiderers' Guild Cotswold Branch welcomes new members. Contains information on membership, workshops, programme of events, exhibitions and other activities.
Free machine embroidery with Water Soluble Solufleece and Bondaweb
Use water soluble Solufleece to design your surface. You can use the Colouricious wooden printing blocks for this project. SEE MORE... To buy water soluble S...
Water soluble machine embroidery
This is another piece of machine embroidery inspired by coral reefs. This time it has been worked on hot water soluble "fabric". Once you ha...
Psssssttttttt! Hey, come here....ya wanna see something really cool? Check this out.... Have you tried this?: I did and let me tell you about it. It's kind of a dream come true for embroiderists if you ask me. I have used a similar product in the past but this one is a step up from that in my opinion and you'll see why. Here is how to use it: The package I bought came in one large sheet so the first thing I had to do was cut it down to a size that would fit in my printer. The surface is kind…
Turkish Red at the Textile Museum
The Textile Museum in Tilburg is always quietly working away at interesting projects that push the limits of textile design. A new exhibition continues their top-notch reputation for being both practical and original.
Grids to Stitch by Jan Beaney & Jean Littlejohn
Learn to compile simple, but unusual, grid patterns using everyday objects as shown in Grids to Stitch by Jan Beaney & Jean Littlejohn. Hopefully, by focusing on grids your observation skills will be sharpened and may inspire many stitched artifacts and much enjoyment.
A Complete Guide to Creative Embroidery by Beaney and Littlejohn
A Complete Guide to Creative Embroidery beautifully illustrates ideas from two internationally renowned embroiderers, Jan Beaney and Jean Littlejohn. This book is an inspiring source of color, pattern, design, and texture.