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[UPDATED 11/14/2017 FOR THE NEW AND RE-RELEASED PRINTABLE EMBROIDERY PATTERNS IN THE SHOP.]
With this series, which included the re-released Snowdrop and the brand new Morning Bouquet patterns, I wanted to try something I’d heard about that would make transferring an embroidery pattern quick and painless: that you can use your home inkjet printer to print embroidery patterns quickly and neatly right onto the fabric you’ll stitch on.
from the Bewitching Botanicals embroidery pattern set, available here
I’ve always been drawn to folklore embroidery. There is something about the way I imagine it used to fit into everyday life that I find appealing, even if I know that some of what I imagine about it is pretty much just fantasy. A nostalgic, sweet pastoral fantasy of Read More…→
One of the things I do a lot of these days is press seams while sewing samples.
Pressing matters. A lot. And there are any number of methods for pressing seams (or ironing them). As many methods as people who sew, I suspect.
So, I’m adding my own method to the mix – not because I believe you should never again press a Read More…→