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Vintage Embroidery

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Vintage patterns can be beautiful, which is why I bought this old Spinnerin. (front cover) Vintage patterns can also be hilariously tacky, which is why I bought this old Spinnerin. (back cover) Lucky for you over the next few weeks I’ll be posting all the good, the bad, and the ugly afghan patterns your twitchy little fingers could ever hope to knit or crochet! Here are some Embroidery Stitches to wet your appetite…

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Hello! This is my April 2020 Pattern from my monthly pattern subscription, Flourish Club. (https://www.maggiejosstudio.com/maggiespatternsubscription). ✄ This three bumblebee pattern has honeysuckle and little blue forget-me-nots. Here is what is included in the pattern: Included in the downloads: ❶ The 6 inch traceable template pattern ❷ Detailed, comprehensive instructions for making your piece ❸ How to transfer your pattern to fabric ❹ Extensive color guide ❺ Extensive stitch guide ❻…

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Thanks to university libraries and dedicated individuals in the United States and around the world, it is possible to find hundreds of free, out-of-copyright needlework and embroidery books and pat…

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Vintage patterns can be beautiful, which is why I bought this old Spinnerin. (front cover) Vintage patterns can also be hilariously tacky, which is why I bought this old Spinnerin. (back cover) Lucky for you over the next few weeks I’ll be posting all the good, the bad, and the ugly afghan patterns your twitchy little fingers could ever hope to knit or crochet! Here are some Embroidery Stitches to wet your appetite…

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The lazy daisy stitch is one of those classic techniques that everyone who does decorative stitchwork should know how to do. Lazy daisies are made from individual chain stitches arranged in a circle. 1. Stitch up at A. 2. Stitch back down at A. Do not pull the thread all the way through. 3. …

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Let us take a few minutes to clear up some confusion…I cannot tell you how much fabric to buy because I do not know where you will use it, how much of it you will use or how often you will use a pa…

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Saving bits and pieces and making the most out of a ragged edge dresser scarf: There are 28 pictures below, most all have information in the picture captions. My intention is to demonstrate to you …

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