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In case you missed the post and tutorial for my simple raglan sundresses at icandy . I'm reposting it here today. I was originally only goin...

In case you missed the post and tutorial for my simple raglan sundresses at icandy . I'm reposting it here today. I was originally only goin...

Here a chick, there a chick, everywhere a chick, chick! This is an absolutely darling 36" x 42" flannel quilt by Bonnie Sullivan with adorable chicks in each block. This project features appliqué, piecing and simple hand embroidery. All fabrics are flannel and will be exactly as shown.Your program will include: Pre-fused and Pre-Cut Applique pieces! No need to trace, cut out, or turn the edges! All Patterns All Fabrics Buttons Backing is not included but can be added s...

Here a chick, there a chick, everywhere a chick, chick! This is an absolutely darling 36" x 42" flannel quilt by Bonnie Sullivan with adorable chicks in each block. This project features appliqué, piecing and simple hand embroidery. All fabrics are flannel and will be exactly as shown.Your program will include: Pre-fused and Pre-Cut Applique pieces! No need to trace, cut out, or turn the edges! All Patterns All Fabrics Buttons Backing is not included but can be added s...

Using bias tape is a great way to finish off the edge of a project on anything from clothes to quilts. However it can be easy to miss an edge of the tape while stitching because it is a narrow strip of fabric and you can’t see both sides while stitching. Stacy Grissom shows you a great technique to use to ensure that both side of the bias tape are secured to the fabric every time.

Using bias tape is a great way to finish off the edge of a project on anything from clothes to quilts. However it can be easy to miss an edge of the tape while stitching because it is a narrow strip of fabric and you can’t see both sides while stitching. Stacy Grissom shows you a great technique to use to ensure that both side of the bias tape are secured to the fabric every time.

Follow the steps below to do a number on a drab drop cloth ($10.98 for 6'W × 9'L; homedepot.com for stores). Step 1: Cut a strip from the drop cloth that measures 14¼"W × 8'1¼"L; press it to iron out any wrinkles. To hem all four edges: Turn each under ⅝"; press, then stitch in place using a ½-inch seam allowance. The fabric strip should now measure 13"W × 96"L. Step 2: Working on one of the strip's long sides and starting at a short end, use a ruler and a pencil to measure and mark one inch…

Follow the steps below to do a number on a drab drop cloth ($10.98 for 6'W × 9'L; homedepot.com for stores). Step 1: Cut a strip from the drop cloth that measures 14¼"W × 8'1¼"L; press it to iron out any wrinkles. To hem all four edges: Turn each under ⅝"; press, then stitch in place using a ½-inch seam allowance. The fabric strip should now measure 13"W × 96"L. Step 2: Working on one of the strip's long sides and starting at a short end, use a ruler and a pencil to measure and mark one inch…

El blog de Dmc: El Club del Patrón: Customiza una camiseta con ganchillo

El blog de Dmc: El Club del Patrón: Customiza una camiseta con ganchillo

#embroidery #feitoamao #stich #bordado # atividaderelax #handembroidery #embroideryart #stitching #embroideryhoop #art #circle #trilogy #trilogia #corpos #body

#embroidery #feitoamao #stich #bordado # atividaderelax #handembroidery #embroideryart #stitching #embroideryhoop #art #circle #trilogy #trilogia #corpos #body

Indian edging stitch, María Tenorio, Gineceo, FronteraD

Indian edging stitch, María Tenorio, Gineceo, FronteraD

Palestrina stitch is one of my all-time favorite embroidery stitches. It creates an interesting line with texture to it, thanks to the knots...Instructions @ http://www.needlenthread.com/2013/04/stitch-fun-palestrina-stitch-edge.html

Palestrina stitch is one of my all-time favorite embroidery stitches. It creates an interesting line with texture to it, thanks to the knots...Instructions @ http://www.needlenthread.com/2013/04/stitch-fun-palestrina-stitch-edge.html

Cora Dress | Lightweight and crinkly mini dress featuring a plunging neckline with scalloped trim and beautiful embroidery detailing on the bodice and sleeves. The dramatic sleeves have a slit detailing and uneven edges. Elastic waistband for an easy fit with an adjustable wrap belt.

Cora Dress | Lightweight and crinkly mini dress featuring a plunging neckline with scalloped trim and beautiful embroidery detailing on the bodice and sleeves. The dramatic sleeves have a slit detailing and uneven edges. Elastic waistband for an easy fit with an adjustable wrap belt.

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