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Rosalind Wyatt - The Stitch Lives of London. A Red Letter Day. Digital Edition


Aya Haidar, The Stitch is Lost Unless the Thread is Knotted, 2008

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PDF Pattern - Figgy Pudding Cottage Ornament Pattern, Christmas Felt Ornament Pattern, Dessert Felt Softie Sewing Pattern

This listing is for an instant-download PDF-PATTERN. It is not a finished toy. The Figgy Pudding Cottage is part of Trellis & Thymes whimsical cottage pattern collection! The Figgy Pudding Cottage ornament is stitched entirely by hand, and is the perfect pattern for adventurous beginners. Finished ornament is approximately 4 inches tall. Skills required: - Basic embroidery skills - Blanket stitch - Back stitch - Stem stitch - Applique stitch This PDF pattern includes: - Materials list…

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KIT- French "Always The Same Sh*t" Cross Stitch

Ever have one of those days? It sounds far more elegant in French when you say Cest Toujours La Meme Merde which translates to Its always the Same Sh** in English. The Toujuors La Meme Merde pattern has proven so popular I have now decided to offer it as a kit! No need to find all the threads, fabric, needles, pattern and hoop yourself- you can now get them all in a neat package. The kit includes: ・Two embroidery needles (If you are like me you are always dropping & losing them so Ive…


ARTeries: Art in your genes, er, jeans - Mr X Stitch

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Asami Ohara - ArtsThread Profile

Asami Ohara is a textiles and embroidery designer, graduating the Glasgow School of Art in 2015. She creates unique abstract patterns and introduces new stitches with her knowledge of hand embroidery techniques. In her design process, photography and collage drawing are often applied to colour and composition analysis.


Don't Let the Bastards Get you Down - Cross Stitch Pattern - Instant Download


I have been making my own fabrics using paintsticks and creating abstract landscape patterns.  I made a series of small wall hangings using this  technique and on some of these pieces I...


Guest Post: Stitch Narratives – Continuance and Evolution of Running Stitch Embroidery

Hello again! This week we welcome Gopika Nath, a textile artist and writer living and working in Gurgaon, who shares our passion for kantha embroidery in both its traditional and contemporary forms. Read on for a blog post you can almost touch… There is a nip in the air and it’s time to take out the silk […]