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Links and Tutorials

a place to share links to online resources, interesting websites, and tutorials

Members: 360
Latest Activity: Nov 30

Purpose of the group

This group has been established as a central area on Stitchin Fingers for members to leave links to online resources, interesting websites, etc. It is also the place where you can leave a link to a tutorial, or start a new discussion with a tutorial of your own.

It is hoped that this group will be the place that members from all groups will post tutorials here, so all members can access them. NOTE: this is probably not the best place to post questions asking for advice -they would be better in the relevant group, or main forum. I think group will work better simply as a listing of links.

Several discussions have been started, one for each area of interest. Hopefully this will make it easier to navigate. NB: select 'view all' to see all the discussion/areas already started. Please add your tutorial to the most appropriate discussion thread, or start your own discussion to add a new topic area.

(I have tried to simplify the areas as much as possible. eg I have list CQ with other patchwork and quilting. If you would prefer a separate area, feel free to start a new discussion)

Please note: This is not the place to advertise your work for sale, or link to Etsy. etc. Links like this are permissable on your private page only.

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Comment by Rosemary Hopkins on December 9, 2011 at 16:02

I am new to this group and I wonder what kind of thread to use.  does Sharon recommend perle cotton or floss.  What size and how many strands? 

Thanks, rosemary Hopkins

Comment by Janet M. Davies on September 12, 2011 at 18:15

Hi Everyone,

Victoriana Quilt Designs has a week of daily free tutorials about “Handwork ~ While You Wait”
8 Tutorials with prizes to celebrate!
 http://www.victorianaquiltdesigns.com/VictorianaQuilters/Handwork/main.htm
I have done a tutorial that will be shown later this week at

Comment by Janet M. Davies on September 5, 2011 at 4:33

http://heartsforchristchurch.blogspot.com/

Thankyou to all of those that made healing hearts for the people of Christchurch – New Zealand after their major earthquake. The link above shows the exhibition of all the hearts. There were over four thousand hearts sent.

Comment by Janet M. Davies on August 30, 2011 at 21:45

Hi Everyone, I have just put the September free desktop calendar in my website for you.

http://www.jmddesigns.co.nz/calendar.htm

Comment by Lorelei Halley on August 27, 2011 at 14:51

Here is a really interesting collection of modern quilts.

https://picasaweb.google.com/116397074727417563709/FotosDeExposicio...#

Comment by Lorelei Halley on August 24, 2011 at 15:50

Those who enjoy patchwork might like this album of patchwork jackets and coats.

https://picasaweb.google.com/116397074727417563709/ROPADEPATCHWORK?...#

Comment by Janet M. Davies on June 30, 2011 at 19:30

Needlework and Quilting free word searches
http://www.jmddesigns.co.nz/wo rd_search.htm/index.htm

Free Desktop Calendar July 2011
http://www.jmddesigns.co.nz/calendar.htm

Comment by kbsalazar on June 30, 2011 at 7:00

Thanks for mention of my blackwork fillings book.  I also have several tutorial sets that my be of interest to folk here:

Using GIMP open source graphics software for double running stitch graphing (a stitch style poorly supported by dedicated stitching programs):

Double Running Stitch working methods and logic:

Charting knitting patterns

Translating knitting in the flat to knitting int he round and vice versa

Hope folk find these useful.

-k.

Comment by Janet M. Davies on June 30, 2011 at 4:01
Free Desktop Calendar July 2011
http://www.jmddesigns.co.nz/calendar.htm
Comment by marisa landa-love on June 27, 2011 at 18:59

here is a link to my 9 videos demos of brazilian/dimensional embroi...

these are really short in case you want to rewind. i don't talk about hoops or needles very much, just show how to do the stitches. 

 

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