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S - SOME SPECIAL STITCHES
Posted On 11/23/2017 23:10:09 by yourchoice
Stitches... different forms that I learned to do. Some I mastered, some were terrible, and some I only experienced.Embroidery stitches were common when I was a child. My mother taught me the running stitch, the chain stitch, the French knot (to name a few), and she would iron a stencil design of flowers on a pillow case or a flour sack tea towel to give a personal touch. They were a good place for me to practice what I was learning. My mother also tried to teach me how to knit, the European sty... Read More



E - Embroidery
Posted On 09/13/2017 18:42:50 by chillipepper
E - EmbroideryEmbroidery seems to be a craft that very few people do today. It’s an art in its own right.  I remember the fine detailed work that my Mother and Auntie did and other women of that era.   I was very fortunate that my mother was so patient in showing me the different stitches used in embroidery and soon I was creating designed Supper cloths, Dressing Table sets, Centre pieces for the table, doilies etc. using Lazy Daisy stitches, stem, satin, worm, French knots, cha... Read More









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