Saturday, December 3, 2016
Friday, November 25, 2016
This is an improved version of flower stitch tutorial video.The video shown previously was not clear.The problem was my camera couldn't shoot close-up videos.The picture would be blur, so I had to shoot the video from a distance, resulting in small picture.Recently, I found an idea to shoot clearer videos at a close range using the same camera.The result is this video.I hope you'll like this video and please share it.(I'd deleted the previous video, so if you had already shared it please delete that and share this new one).
Sunday, September 18, 2016
Sorry for not posting for a long time.I was busy with everyday life that blogging took a backseat.My blog has reached more than 1 million pageviews, so thank you all for making it a huge success.When I started blogging, never in my wildest dreams that I thought I would reach a one million target.Thank you again for all your support.
Today’s post is the continuation from the previous one ; more smooth purl (zardosi thread) flower patterns.
Inverted wheatear stitch petals, joined together.
Inverted twisted wheatear stitch petals.
Twisted wheatear stitch petals, joined together.
Inverted twisted lazy daisy petals, joined together.
So, which one is your favourite?
Please watch this video to learn the simple way of making soft and puffy pooris (fried wholewheat bread).
Sunday, May 15, 2016
When I first found smooth purl (zardosi thread) in my small town a few years back, I was so excited that I decided to experiment with it. The results were these flowers which I created from various stitches.I had only a small amount of the thread then, so I was somewhat stingy and kept recycling it for the various flowers that you can see below.In the end, fix it onto the fabric using a thin layer of fabric glue.
This is a twisted lazy daisy stitch petals.
Another twisted lazy daisy stitch variation.
Lazy daisy petals.
Wheatear stitch petals.
I will share with you some more smooth purl flowers in my next post.
Those of you interested in learning how to make puffy chapatis/rotis, please watch this video :
Sunday, March 20, 2016
Saturday, March 12, 2016
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This is a free to download hand embroidery pattern that I found on antiquepatternlibrary website.Please visit their website to read or download free needlework books or patterns.
Posted by letslearnembroidery at 1:57 PM