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Hems on pulled thread, reticello and hardangar work

Started this discussion. Last reply by Laureen Mar 24, 2014. 8 Replies

Dear AllI'd love to know how to do the beautiful neat edge around large linen embroideries. The hem I'm referring to is mitred on the back and the turned edge-join is invisible on the back.Many…Continue

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Encroaching satin stitch

Started Aug 19, 2013 0 Replies

I recently "discovered" encroaching satin stitch and wonder what others think of its use. Do you use it instead of long and short stitch and if so, when do you choose enroaching satin stitch over…Continue

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What type of textile arts are you interested in?
I love all textiles work, embroidery and mixed media.
What's your favorite type of needlework?
The Embroiderers' Guild of NSW's Basic Course; Jane Nicholas (stumpwork guru and really lovely lady), Mary Corbet's website (a very generous and erudite teacher); books and through the enthusiasm of tutors and stitchers I know.
Please feel free to tell us a little bit about yourself by way of introduction.
I've always loved finding new ways of embellishing fabric.

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At 16:51 on February 1, 2014, Liz Adams said…

So lovely to have a message from Oz!  and thank you for really "getting" what I'm doing with the goldwork.  It's lovely to have that encouragement.  The two goldwork on linen pieces will be part of a solo exhibit I'm being given for the month of April at a local gallery -- in our library!  let's hope other people will also understand what I'm up to!

At 14:12 on October 18, 2013, Yolande said…

Hi Catherine, 

I always mention exactly where I found my models. Just take a quick look at my blog. At the end of each presentation,  I have notes of where I found or bought the model.

At 15:02 on October 17, 2013, Yolande said…

Hello Catherine. There are various ways to prevent the edges from unravelling. Some are not so easy. But I found a method some years ago, easy and very efficient. On the reverse side of your work, you just run a tread under all the buttonhole stitches of the border. Go around the entire embroidery at least twice. A very effective way to stop unravelling!!

Hope this helps!!

At 14:11 on October 17, 2013, Margo Brooks said…
No Catherine. I'm not a designer. It is a pattern from JDR Elegance Designs. http://www.jdr-be.com

It comes both in vertical and horizontal formats. It was fun to work--all except the gold thread , which frayed and was very stubborn to work with.
At 17:51 on October 16, 2013, Margo Brooks said…
Catherine, thanks you so much for your really kind comment!
At 10:14 on September 2, 2013, angelica mountains said…

Hi Catherine, thank you for your comment, looking through the window has a story, unfortunately I'm not a writer and English is my second language. I like drawing so I draw first and then I embroider my drawings. All your work is amazing, the stumpwork with the butterfly is very beautiful.

At 15:56 on August 14, 2013, Jeannette Luther said…

Thank you Catherine for your lovely comment.  Very appreciated :)

At 21:08 on July 31, 2013, Elaine Wilding said…

Thank you back Catherine. I loved making the fairies. They were pretty easy.

At 20:50 on July 9, 2013, Elaine Wilding said…

Thanks they were fun to do and now I feel so organized giggle

At 20:42 on July 9, 2013, Elaine Wilding said…

Catherine thank you so much for that web site on ribbon. It was lovely just looking at all the ribbons. I will probably order some later on. And also thank you for your lovely comments too they are so encouraging. Happy stitching

 
 
 

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