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By Renee Plains

ISBN-10: 1935362321

ISBN-13: 9781935362326

Feathered buddies take fanciful flight during this various choice of 21 tasks encouraged by means of the undying attraction of people artwork. even if you're keen on hand appliqu?©, rug hooking, piecework, or go sew, Liberty superstar clothier Ren?©e Plains deals anything for each quilter during this ebook. integrated are six avian-embellished appliqu?© quilts and 3 pieced quilts with bird-themed blocks. in the event you get pleasure from making smaller scale tasks similar to pincushions, the publication additionally beneficial properties 8 vintage-style stitching components starting from pinkeeps to stitching wallet - ideal to your stitching room or presents for fellow sewers. And Ren?©e has additionally designed 4 extra whimsical accents - a pillow and hooked rug for the house in addition to an off-the-cuff tote and pc conceal to take alongside if you are at the move. She additionally stocks her favourite appliqu?© thoughts and shrewdpermanent guidance for making a number of the initiatives move easily.

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9. Buttonhole Stitch: Knotted By distorting the knotted buttonhole you can create plant and floral shapes. Cluster and overlap this stitch to create depth. 10. Buttonhole Stitch: Triangles, Half-Circles Work with variegated threads and yarns to create textural floral shapes. Place them on a straight line or let them fly free. B B A 1 2 A C 1 3 1â•… C  ome up at A and form a loop, wrapping the thread around your thumb. Slip the needle under the front of the loop. 2–3  Work the loop onto the needle.

Anchor with a small stitch. 1  While keeping the ribbon flat, come up at A and go down at B, making a straight stitch (page 57) the desired length. Bring the needle up again at A. 2–3  Depending on the desired effect, wrap the straight stitch 2 or 3 times, keeping the ribbon flat. Anchor the stitch by passing the needle to the back. eps Wrap the stitch, first working toward B and then working toward A to crowd the stitch so it will curve. Stitch Guide 61 COMBINING STITCHES Creating landscapes and seascapes with fabric, thread, and ribbon is a challenge that I enjoy.

This is a wonderful leaf and seaweed stitch that is usually worked in silk ribbon. I like to use heavy, textural yarns and rayon threads. A B C 1 1 1 A B C 2 D 3 1  Come up at A and form a loop. Go down at B (as close to A as possible, but not into it) and then come up at C, bringing the needle tip over the thread. 2–3 Go down at D, making a small anchor stitch. 44 Free-Form Embroidery with Judith Baker Montano D E 2 F 3 4 M  ark a line the desired length of the leaf. Come up at A and go down at B, forming a straight stitch, and then come up at C.

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