Celebrate the Seasons. Ribbon Embroidery by Machine by Marie Duncan

By Marie Duncan

Книга рассказывает о вышивке лентами с помощью швейной машины. Действительно, протаскивать сквозь ткань иголку с лентой не просто ( прямо скажу - очень тяжело), так почему же не воспользоваться машинкой? Судя по фотографиям в книжке, вышивают авторы на машине Зингер - а такой раритет у нас спрятан в каждой второй кладовке. В начале книги показана техника пришивания ленточек. Проекты , иллюстрирующие вышивку, разбиты по временам года: весна, лето, осень, зима. Летом - вышиваем цветы, зимой - елочные игрушки.

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Hoops are sold in a range of diameters, but generally top out at 12 inches; working with hoops that are much larger Hoops are ideal for embroidery or than 8 inches in diameter, however, can be tricky cross-stitch projects. unless you plan to clamp it to a table or stand. ) If you do decide to use a hoop with your project, consider keeping some tissue paper or cotton strips handy; you can use them to protect your fabric while it’s in the hoop. ) Scroll frames Sometimes called roller frames, scroll frames often consist of two round scroll bars with Scroll frames are a bit more substantial fabric tape or webbing, which you use to attach than their hoop brethren.

These plies are twisted, or spun, together to create strands, which are in turn combined. A thread’s weight depends on the thickness of the plies, the number of plies in each strand, and the number of strands in the thread. Stitchers have more thread options than Carrie Bradshaw has shoes—from very fine cotton thread to wool that’s heavier than Refrigerator Perry. Visit your local craft store to see (and feel) the myriad of threads available for you to use. , a continuous length of loosely coiled yarn) or ball or, in some cases, by single lengths (especially handy if your project requires just one 12-inch strand of 4,029 different colors).

A third For more information about color, see the option is to transfer the design using carbon section “Color Me Beautiful” later in this transfer paper and a ball-point pen. You’ll learn chapter. more about transferring designs in chapter 3. Hue Ado Note: If your design involves lettering and you plan to use an iron to transfer it, the lettering in the design should be backward so that it appears correctly on the fabric. The same goes for designs that you want to face a certain direction in the finished piece—they should be drawn backward on the tracing paper.

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