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27 EMBROIDERY HACKS AND TIPS FOR AMAZING RESULTS

27 EMBROIDERY HACKS AND TIPS FOR AMAZING RESULTS

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How To Knit For Kids

How To Knit For Kids

hi I'm Katherine Hearst from Katherine Hearst Contemporary crafts and I'm gonna teach you some knitting techniques today I'm going to talk about how to teach children to knit every child is different so you may find that some younger kids are able to knit right away and some older kids are not quite ready yet basically you're looking for a combination of manual dexterity so fine motor manipulation the ability to use their hands to do fine delicate work…

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Basic Embroidery Stitches-Part 01| Stem Stitch Tutorial | HandiWorks #100

Basic Embroidery Stitches-Part 01| Stem Stitch Tutorial | HandiWorks #100

hello and welcome to hey goody I'm going to teach you hand embroidery stitches for beginners you will need cotton embroidery floss threads linen or any other fabric needle and embroidery hook the list begin thin stitch also known as cool stretch tock stitch temp which is my favorite an embroidery stitch because it is so versatile and so attractive it is one of the easiest to be done and perhaps even one of the first stitches to be taught…

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Ribbon Embroidery – Ribbon work padded straight stitch

Ribbon Embroidery – Ribbon work padded straight stitch

we've had to look at straight stitch already so if you haven't seen that yet pop over and look at that video now I'm just going to show you another version of that and we're just going to pad it slightly and we're going to make these lovely tulips here so again got my three spots for where we're going to go with this and have a nice peachy ribbon this time so we're going to do a straight stitch…

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Hand Embroidery – Blackwork interlocking zigzag stitches

Hand Embroidery – Blackwork interlocking zigzag stitches

so let's look at some black work patterns now and how to put patterns together a lot of books show you lots of patterns but not many books actually explain how to interpret the printed pattern onto the fabric so I'm just going to have a little quick look at that there on this stitch here so these are interlocking zigzag shapes that work patterns just really don't always necessarily have a name so I may call it something that's…

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Hand Embroidery – Blackwork starting and finishing stitches

Hand Embroidery – Blackwork starting and finishing stitches

okay so it's important in black work to know how to start and stop your thread it's not like other techniques where you can do it from the top and cover over the stitch on the top because we're using a counted fabric and you can see through the holes you have to make sure that the thread doesn't show so I'll show you a special way to to start it for black work so you can just put a…

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Historic Clothing Project at Weald & Downland Museum

Historic Clothing Project at Weald & Downland Museum

I for here it was very appropriate that the ability to declare things to your Victorian because those are the buildings that we've got furnished at the moment knows the ones that we're doing most domestic interpretation me so I felt it was interesting and appropriate that we were focusing on that and we thought the focus is female clothing at the moment because as a necessity nor anything else because we have mainly in human volunteers working a misogynistic…

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