Crazy quilt stitches
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Елена Кузнецова saved to Быстрое сохранение
Welcome to the second installment of Embroidery School! Are you ready to go crazy? I hope so because we're going to work through some incredibly beautiful stitches used along fabric seams in crazy quilts. If you haven't worked the lessons from the original Embroidery School series, you can still do this one. All the stitches are explained, the "old" ones and the "new" ones. Here are some links to other useful lessons: Transferring the design to fabric Knotting and not knotting your thread…
Sharon Lutters saved to carfts
Seam 3: Feather stitch, Straight stitch, French knot Bring the needle to the front of the fabric at the top left prong of the first feather. Be sure to leave the tiny dots alone. These are for french knots. Insert the needle into the opposite prong, and bring the needle to the back leaving a loop of thread still at the front. Now bring the needle back to the front at the bottom of the first feather, which is the bottom of the V. Pull the thread through to make the first stitch. You can…
Ginger Jones saved to crazy quilt blocks
Quilting inspiration and tutorials; dimensional wool and cotton applique; stories of quilts; applique patterns
Mo Coyner saved to Quilt Blocks
Welcome to the second installment of Embroidery School! Are you ready to go crazy? I hope so because we're going to work through some inc...
Sandy Naranjo saved to Creative ideas - stitches
Task #12 is to add buttons, bling and fill in the larger spaces with lace and other stitching as I please.
Kristina Reading saved to Creative Ideas
Seam 4: Cretan stitch, lazy daisy stitch This stitch is worked similarly to blanket stitch in that the stitch is grabbed and bent by the next stitch. Bring the needle to the front at the left side of the seam. Insert the needle at the end of the bent line and back up at the bend, wrapping the thread to the back of the needle. Pull the thread through. Work the next stitch the same way. To finish the seam, bring the needle up at the bend and make a small tacking stitch over long stitch. Add…
Janel Jones saved to Crazy Quilt
Sublime Stitching Tutorials and Stitch Diagrams by Jenny Hart
Wesley street, SA Legion house saved to embroidery
Quite a while ago, Kathy Shaw asked me if I would be interested in seeing her new book, Stunning Stitches for Crazy Quilts, when it was published. And of course, I said yes! For those of you who have been hanging out with me on Needle 'n Thread for a while, you already know I'm a bit of a book f
Pattern Please! saved to crazy quilts