crazy patch, embroidery, white, classic, richelieu, schwalm , ribbon and above all crewel
Where did you learn your textile skills?
alone with books and tutorials found on internet
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I learnt by myself and need inspiration and emulation. To participate a challenge is the best thing to learn and progress. Until now I was a silent visitor. I am really happy to be a member of your community for sharing.
Hardanger is my favorite. I greatly enjoy viewing Connie Kusevskis's pieces plus she has helped me several time when I'm stuck with a question. Have you had a chance to look at the SF posted photos of LoreleiTerryHalley? I purchased a pattern from her website the other day for a dark green hardanger that has open row lace as the edging.
Thank you for you lovely comment Helene.The pistal Stitch is a long straight stitch with a french knot at the end. It is an easy stitch and it can look really cool for flowers as it gives them texture. I hope this info helped a little. I have a wonderful time stitching. And thanks again Elaine
Thank you for your compliment! I see a picture of something I like and combine it with something else I like, so I can not always tell what tipe of work it is. I looked at your work and love it as, you also like a lot of different handwork. Sorry I can not put a name to mine!