Information

Hand Embroidery

For those who love hand embroidery both traditional and contemporary

Members: 820
Latest Activity: 19 hours ago

Discussion Forum

Au Ver a Soie to DMC Conversion Chart?

Started by Kim Marie. Last reply by Kim Marie Apr 14. 10 Replies

I've run across some nice French patterns I'd like to try but the thread list is in Au Ver a Soie.  Does anyone know where I might find a chart of some sort that converts these colours to DMC?  The…Continue

Tags: conversion, charts, threads, soie, ver

Who dares to rush into a Pebble Adventure?

Started by Marjolein Mieras. Last reply by Annet Apr 9. 677 Replies

 Do you recognize this?  It is a free project from "Stitch" from…Continue

Tags: threedimensional, pebble, encrusted, embroidery

Thread/floss descriptions; sizes and types

Started by Michele Crow. Last reply by Gillian Mar 22. 12 Replies

As I am still quite new to embroidery, I don't know anything about the different thread types and sizes. Take perle for instance, which is thicker 3 or 5? What are they used for? Does anyone have or…Continue

Comment Wall

Add a Comment

You need to be a member of Hand Embroidery to add comments!

Comment by Barbara Gordon 19 hours ago

Just had to add a comment regarding that gorgeous umbrella..!  Great job, and nice colors to.  

Happy Easter blessing to all...!

Comment by Lotus L Vele yesterday

Susan,

Your crazy quilt blocks are wonderful!  I love the color and the ribbon embroidery. That's something I would like to try my hand at...

Judy,

Your wool paintings are cool!  What is the base? Do you work directly on a stretched canvas, or you stretch muslin over a frame?  Just curious. I love what you've done!

Susan Cuss,

What a sweet design!  And I love the bead accents! So beautiful!

Sigh... all this wonderful work makes my fingers itch to get on the ball!! ;)  Happy Easter all!  <3

Comment by Terry Decker yesterday

Judy, I'm enjoying your lovely wool paintings.  Your tvek beads are so neat and I love the sheep grazing on the hillside.

Comment by Terry Decker yesterday

Susan, your umbrella is gorgeous!  I like your color choices alot as well as the beading on your little background flowers.

Happy Easter.

Comment by Susan Cuss yesterday

Hi everyone!  I just completed the April HEX LABS "Umbrella & Flowers" designed by Shari Jensen of StitchMAP, and thought I would share. Wishing you all a very Happy Easter.

Comment by Judy yesterday

Hello Everyone,

I just created a Wool Painting with lots of embroidery and beading. I call this art piece "Spring Blooming Hedgerow" and I have dedicated it to my UK friends because their beautiful country inspired me to create it.

Comment by Rose Mary Muller on March 24, 2014 at 15:42

Beautiful piece, you have captured so much in your painting.  Great work.

Comment by Sandra Ohler on March 24, 2014 at 14:46

I like your wool painting Judy.  I love multi-media projects and you have hit two that I'm experimenting with, wool and adding beads to embroidery.  My granddaughter and I experimented with wet felting last week.  She didn't especially like it, but I was thrilled with it and plan to try more on my own.

Comment by Judy on March 24, 2014 at 11:05

Hello Everyone,  I just created a wool painting with lots of embroidery on it.  I also used lots of beads including Tyveks beads I made myself.. I called this wool painting Scottish Highland By The Sea.  Please have a look and let me know what you all think.. Thanks Hugs Judy

Comment by Elaine Cochrane on December 28, 2013 at 17:06

I do most of my embroidery in-hand but for some techniques I know I'd get better results if I used a frame. I'd welcome some recommendations. The frames I do own are the old-fashioned bamboo ones with a screw to tighten the outer ring, and using them I can't seem to get the fabric really taut.

 

Members (819)

 
 
 

Translate this site

Site Sponsors

 

Online Quilting Classes

 

© 2014   Created by Mary Corbet.

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service