Questo copritavolo in tessuto rustico, ma abbastanza regolare, mi era stato regalato moooolti anni fa, (forse più di dieci) da mia sorella che lo aveva appena iniziato ( aveva fatto solo il quadrato centrale) e poi lo aveva abbandonato perchè non le piaceva. Io lo riprendevo ogni taaaanto (una volta all'anno 😂) e facevo qualche punto, sempre molto perplessa anche io. Poi recentemente ho deciso di portarlo a termine ed ora mi pare che sia bello. Che ne dite?
Chicken Scratch Lesson 1 - Sarah's Hand Embroidery Tutorials
This lesson will demonstrate how to do the embroidery using the different stitches over a border design. It is advised to go through the thread-fabric-and…
chicken scratch daisies
Stitch Explorer 2009. Gingham is 1/8" squares and I used white crochet cotton and green perle #8. I wanted the green to look like leaves and they don't, so I may redo the green part.
Learn Cross Stitch Basics with Chicken Scratch Embroidery
Chicken scratch is a traditional embroidery style that shares many stitches in common with cross stitch. Get tips, free patterns, and more.
En rouge et blanc ! - balades-et-broderies
Voila un autre sapin à broder sans modération et avec plaisir , en attendant Noel ! http://nsa28.casimages.com/img/2011/11/10/11111009284643316.jpg
Chicken Scratch Embroidery on gingham
I've been looking for some patterns for chicken scratch embroidery. I have found the following site but was wondering if anyone has any other sources.
Guide to Gingham Embroidery ... or ... errr ... Chicken Scratch!
Chicken Scratch is such a weird name for an embroidery technique! I can only imagine that it came about because this technique of embroidery on gingham involves sharp little stitches ... like chicken's feet maybe? Or maybe some of the stitches look like the hatch marks in the ground after chickens h
January Stitch Explorer
I'm so glad that I'm participating in this challenge! Yesterday was a miserable day. I'm struggling with long term exhaustion, Seasonal B...
More chicken scratch embroidery
I told in a previous blog about my Grandma Freeman's love of needlecraft of various type. A few days ago I came across some of her patterns. I don't ever recall seeing her with any sort of commercial patterns for anything but maybe some of her fancy crocheted edgings. These patterns were for some of her chicken scratch embroidery work. She would work a design on a piece of fabric and then use that to recreate the design on a larger scale. Sometimes she made some homemade graph paper to plot…