This is a sampler of raised and textured stitches which include whip-stitch rose and variations, spiderweb rose, petite twisted rose, bullion stitch, bullion posy, cast-on buttonhole stitch, buttonhole rose, tatted stitch, tatted posy, spiral tatted stitch, tatted rose, Chinese knot stitch, and Christen’s shisha mirror stitch. These stitches and more can be found in my book Embroidered and Embellished by C&T Publishing.
This is a grouping of some of my favorite embroidered treasures. I keep these in baskets on my work table and book cases so that I can see them and love them everyday! These can be found as gallery examples in my ribbonwork and embroidery books from C&T Publishing.
This is one of the bracelets that I designed for my class Chantilly Lady’s Lace Cuff. The lace, ribbons, and threads are dyed with ColorHue dyes. The techniques included are ribbonwork, tatting, crochet, and embroidery. This piece can be found in the gallery section of my book Ribbonwork Flowers by C&T Publishing.
This is a up-close view of the needle-case that is the focus of my class Creative Thread Embroidery. The stitches are raised and textured and include tatted stitches, whip stitches, bullion stitches and cast on buttonhole stitches. This needle-case and the stitches can be found in my book Embroidered and Embellished, by C&T Publishing.
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Many of you know that I love hearts! I love the shapes and all of the possibilities. This heart-shaped pillow is made from two different colors of silk fabric. The textured and raised embroidery stitches include the spiderweb rose stitch, bullion stitch, tatted stitch, lazy daisy stitch and the French knot. These stitches are featured in my book Embroidered and Embellished.
Many of you know that I love hearts! I love the shapes and all of the possibilities. This little brooch is chalk full of needle lace and textured embroidery stitches. The stitches are worked in size 8, 10 and 12 perle cotton. Many of the textured stitches can be found in my book The Embroidery Book.
Many of you know that I love hearts! I love the shapes and all of the possibilities. This embroidered heart is block #4 from my Stitch Along Sampler Class series. The embroidery stitches include looped feather stitch, chain stitch, blanket stitch, modern fern stitch, Pekinese stitch, straight stitch, whip-stitch rose stitch, spider web rose stitch, lazy daisy with bullion tip stitch, lazy daisy stitch, French knot stitch, Colonial knot stitch, Chinese knot stitch and stacked bead stitch.
I have combined all of the small samplers that I created for my class the Embroidery Corner, into a rolled book. The class is a 16 week course where we explore a stitch and it’s variations, or several related stitches each week. I use my book Embroidered and Embellished as a reference guide.
I created a cover for the rolled book from another longer sampler that I had started to stitch on in class. Here is a peek into the book.
I learned the art of embroidery at the age of seven from my mom. It is the one needle art that I continue to use every day, I love it!
I teach a class called the Embroidery Corner, at a local shop. In the process of developing and writing the handouts I stitched quite a few samples to use for the photographs.
Several years ago I taught an on-line class called Beginning Embroidery with Bead Embellishment. I have also created a few stitched bits from this class. And yes I used the same colors of fabric and threads in this sample as the above sample!
Just recently I had time to combine those bits of stitching from both classes. I had a lot of fun saving all of those 1″ bits and putting them to good use.