I received this book over the week end and I am so delighted to have it. It makes all those colors of dmc floss make sense. It sets out groups of DMC floss in groups of colors. I have been reading for two days and just can't put it down. For anyone who is unsure about color when it comes embroidery this really brings it all together.I hope this info is good for someone out there in the stitching world Hugs To all Elaine
I thought this was so useful I decided to put it up for all of you who are interested in dying fabrics and other objects.http://pinterest.com/pin/183381016048529075/. It tells you how to mix so many colors. Enjoy Hugs Elaine
Added by Elaine Wilding on November 25, 2012 at 7:42 — No Comments
Does anyone know if the Royal school of Needlework offer class anywhere in the Us. Or is their anyway of taking classes online. Just wondering. You uk girls are really lucky to have all the inspiration of the Royal School of needlework right there. I am so interested and have been since I was a girl.
I just discovered I very useful product for embroidery. It is a pen with ink that is removed by the heat of the iron. It works great you can draw on the fabric and the iron it away. It is called Frixion ball pen by pilot. Just want to let everyone know because this is wonderful. Hugs to everyone. Elaine
This is a great place for photo editing. Picmonkey.com. You can easily drag a photo from your desktop and start getting creative. There is lots of features available beyond your basic editing. Check it out.
I use Bubble Jet 2000 to treat the fabric I intended to print on. Then I iron it to freezer paper and cut out a sheet of paper that fits my printer. I then decided on my theme and go to searching for clip art that I love and will fit the theme I have planned for. This is a lot of fun. Then I get to stitching. I make these into little quilts the size of a sheet of paper. I bind them and then make them into a book, by using wide organza ribbon folded in half on one edge and the putting them…Continue