What I plan to do with my goldwork flower is a brooch...but I use the same framed fabric for another design (drawn but embroidery not started yet) and so, I won't complete the brooch without having the second design finished too!"
My English is not perfect and I realized jsut now that the burden stitch is the stitch is used for my Flower. It is not finished, just in progress but I tried to explain how I did it on my blog.
I used the "indian" method…"
I'm interested in goldwork, stumwork, brazilian embroidery, crossstitch, brazilian embroidery, lier lace, tambour bead embroidery (Lunéville), point de Beauvais (chain stitch done with a tambour hook with colored thread)
Where did you learn your textile skills?
I took a class for tambour embroidery last year and at the moment, I take a few zardosi (india) embroidery classes.
Is there anything else you'd like other members of Stitchin' Fingers to know about you? Please feel free to tell us a little bit about yourself by way of introduction.
Sorry but my blog is only in french, I didn't find the time to translate it.
Hi Aurélie. Thank you for the information. It doesn't matter where you leave your reply, in fact it is a good idea to leave it under your picture. When others view the picture and read the question, the answer will be there for them to see as well. Most of us are new to this kind of networking when we first join but you soon get the hang of it. There are no hard and fast rules about where you ask questions or leave answers but generally, if a question is asked in a forum or on a picture, I'll give my answer there but may go to the page of the person asking as well so they know I have responded. I answered Anne on her page because I was not 100% certain about the answer and did not want to be misleading.