"Gwenddydd. If you go to the Pulled Work group of Stitchin Fingers you will find others who do this work. It is classified as a Whitework/Pulled Work technique although nowadays it is worked in colour as well. Funnily enough I am about to give a work…"
"I confirm !
I've juste had this issue by online shopping on the website.
The project is easy to understand and beautiful. But hhen I read the review on "needlenthread", I think that I'm going to buy the complete book !
"I just bought the book written by Effie Mitrofan, and I am currently drawing a model using these techniques (an urban landscape).
You're lucky to have had classes.
When I learn by books, I'm afraid I misinterpret explanations.
I have done a small amount of this work and have had a lovely time in classes with Effie Mitrofanis she is a professional embroiderer who lives in Australia. She has written four books, one of them is on casalguidi.."
I haven't tried this yet but saw a lovely little piece featured on the cover of "Stitch" magazine (the UK Embroiderers Guild publication) that I would like to try one day. It included woven picots and wired work over a…"
I discovered a few days. And ... I love. It's a old italian speciality.The principle is to make raised embroidery onto pulled thread work.Initially, the objective was to look like marble statues, using white onto white. But there are some modern patterns that are very different.Have you already made some embroidery with this technic ?G.See More
For those who have already done some of this work, those who are admirers of the style and would like to make a start and also just for curious enquirers.A quick reminder: If you have a question to ask or something you want others' views, opinions and replies to, please post it in the Discussion Forum and not the Comment Wall. Many thanks!See More
"It's why I said "depending of the type of work and the size of the object".
If I wan't to market a large picture made by cross stitch, I can't espet a good price. But when I retail some brooch made by ribbon embroidery, I…"
"I sell my work through a type of gallery since january. A system of consignment shop.
The products are sell in a gallery in Menton, and on some "show and sale".
The fees are 30% of the selling price.
My hourly rate is between 10 and 50…"