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Three years I ago I took the adventure of a lifetime traveling to India and Nepal. We rode trains through the foggiest picturesque landscape, drank real chai tea from unfired clay cups, took a boat ride on the river Ganges, witnessed a holy dip in Allahabad, visited temples where cunning monkeys stole sweet offerings, and soaked in the traditional handcrafts. I really could go on and on reminiscing. In Nepal, on the steps to a temple, I met a man selling punch needle embroidery, thread and patterns.
Laure de Sagazan Diplômée d’une école lilloise de design de mode en 2007, Laure décroche dans la foulée un poste de styliste chez ba&sh. Durant 3 années, elle fait ses armes au sein de cette maison parisienne branchée, découvrant les envies des jeunes femmes d’aujourd’hui : une mode juste, un tantinet rock n’roll mais élégante, et surtout dans l’air du temps. Le monde du mariage, c’est sur un malentendu qu’il croise sa route.
Item Measures 5.77" wide X 4.26" tall Iron-On 100% Embroidered Patch Spider Stitches Embroidery Item Guidelines Add a patch to give any item a personal touch. Mend old clothing and make warn out clothes fun again with a patch. This patch is made from 100% colorfast polyester thread, and will withstand 100’s of washings.
Since I posted my crochet Sea Creatures on Flickr in November, 2006, many people have asked me how I make the plastic bag yarn.
Add a pop of neon to your desk or shelf with these woven coil bowls. They’d also make a lovely handmade gift, perhaps a small bowl with a few rolls of washi tape inside? … it’s not long until Christmas! Click on the ‘read more’ link below for the full instructions. You’ll need:
Warning: heavy text post. My knit shorts have gotten a lot of attention on the internets and in real life, for that matter - and I have received so many requests regarding them I can't even wrap my head around it. Many of you asked me if I could make you a pair, others were ready to pay me a lot of money to knit a pair for them, some asked for a recipe and a couple of you guys wanted to know where I bought it: because you didn't believe I made them. Honestly, I just got lucky. I was aiming for a kind of voluminous skirt; but somewhere in the process I decided to make shorts instead.
No fashionista can be defined like that if she hasn't starved herself to save up the money to buy a bag (or at least to be written in a waiting list). Bags we love are made of the same material dreams are made of :have you ever a touched a dream?I have never got in touch with something so expensive.
Recently I blogged about DIY ideas using pearls , and I was inspired to embellish a shirt collar with some pearl beads I had in my stash. I’ve seen several versions of this DIY, some with many additional elements, but I wanted to keep it pretty simple. I used two slightly different colors of pearl beads, plus some metallic silver beads, to create a pearl gradient.
Lattice closeup This block requires hand sewing. Block type: log cabin
Happy Labor Day! For a fun change of pace today, I have the cute girls from Everyday Art here to show us How to Make a Rag Rug tutorial. I love their super easy technique! This is definitely a great craft for fabric scraps.
Couching is an embroidery technique where one fiber is laid across the surface of the support fabric and another thread is used to stitch over it to secure it in place. The surface fiber is often something special - too thick to stitch through the fabric, a delicate metallic thread, etc. The surface fiber can be laid out in a random pattern as shown, used to outline a motif, spiraled, aligned in rows, or in any number of other designs. The thread used to stitch over it can also be random or it can be carefully placed to create patterns.
I love making Granny Squares. There's just something about creating little stacks of them that is hugely satisfying. They are versatile, and easy for beginners to learn because the basic stitches and method of working "in the round" are simple to get to grips with. It's how I first learnt to crochet 18 months ago, and I still get a huge amount of pleasure from making granny squares. This particular square, which I am calling my Summer Garden Granny Square, is my own pattern. It came about after I had an idea of making squares for a blanket , which when all assembled together would resemble a garden blooming with summer flowers.
I started crocheting a few years ago with one goal in mind: to make a granny square blanket. Success! I started this baby in January and finally finished eight months later. I realize you can’t gauge its size by the photos, but the blanket is in total over 165 squares.