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Drawn Thread Embroidery: Bunching threads together with a chain loop

Wild Salt Spirit: Drawn Thread Embroidery: Bunching threads together with a chain loop

Alcune amiche mi hanno chiesto come si fa il gigliuccio. Proverò ad accontentarle...  Spiegazione del punto gigliuccio:  Per prima cosa si s...

Elena Filo e Fantasia: Come si fa il gigliuccio

Hardanger Embroidery, Ribbon Embroidery, Cross Stitch Embroidery, Mantel Blanco, Fili, Modern Embroidery, Drawn Thread, Needle Lace, Blackwork

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I don't know what that means, but it probably means AMAZING needle and beadwork. It reminds me of some of the pickup or leno lacework one can do in handweaving.

Learn the basics of Hardanger embroidery with this pretty blue and green Hardanger panel. When finished, the panel could be applied to a bag or a book cover, or made into a pincushion, biscornu, doily, sachet or needle book. Each of the stitches will be taught, so absolute beginners are completely catered for, though it will probably help if you have some counted stitching experience.

Blue green beginners Hardanger panel pattern designed by Yvette Stanton. This pattern was designed specifically to teach Hardanger to beginners. When you go to the linked page you'll see a sample of the detailed step-by-step instructions.

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