You guys!! This is making me sooo happy. This little flamingo is now an embroidery pattern 💕 available in my Etsy shop. Also, I’ll be making ALL of my embroidery patterns into kits VERY soon. Comment with a 🙋🏻♀️ if that gets you excited!! #patternsbythreadunraveled
Сегодня закончим изнанку броши. Сохраняйте пост в закладки, ❤ставьте сердечко и внимательно читайте текст!Готовы? Поехали!
Наносим клей на нашу заготовку из картона с пришитой застежкой. У меня клей "Момент кристалл".
Приклеиваем и оставляем подсохнуть.
Прикладываем кусочек кожи к изнанке. ✂️В местах крепления застежки вырезаем отверстия. ⚠️Можно предварительно наметить точки разрезов ручкой, но я уже привыкла, поэтому режу без наметки.
Аккуратно вставляем выступающие части застежки в разрезы.
⠀Оставляем до высыхания, затем вырезаем по контуру.
Нитку с узелком закрепляем между слоев изнанки.
Делаем пару стежков ниткой в одну и ту же точку, захватывая и изнанку из кожи, и фетр, на котором выполнена вышивка.
Набираем на иглу первую бисеринку и ⚠️еще раз прокалываем два слоя ткани в той же точке⚠️
Подтягиваем бисеринку вплотную к ткани и протягиваем через нее иглу с ниткой снизу вверх. ⚠️Нить должна выйти наружу из середины бусинки!
Набираем вторую бисеринку. Прокалываем оба слоя ткани, бусинку протягиваем вплотную к ткани.
⚠️Возвращаем иглу с ниткой вниз и протягиваем ее через бусинку снизу вверх. Пальцем помогаем ей сесть ровно.
Повторяем. Далее до конца алгоритм такой:
✔набираем бисеринку на иглу, ✔иглой с бусинкой прокалываем два слоя ткани снизу вверх
✔протягиваем нить с бусинкой вплотную к ткани
✔иглой с ниткой проходим через бусинку снизу вверх
✔пальцем помогаем бусинке сесть ровно в ряд.
И так по всему контуру.
У кого получилась вышивка? Кто только собирается попробовать? Как впечатления? Дайте мне обратную связь в комментариях, я буду очень рада! .
#lb_броши #lb_мастеркласс #брошьизбисера #брошьстрекоза
Big plans this weekend as we celebrate my oldest daughter’s birthday. More and more often I’m catching glimpses of the woman she is becoming. She is my big-idea-thinker with a mighty, stubborn will and a sensitive soul. This girl... she is destined for greatness! I feel so lucky to have a front row seat as I watch all the little ways she changes the world.
Really pleased with how this one turned out.
Read the books, enjoyed them. This symbol however I thought was really fantastic. I've seen some gorgeous pins on line, but figured having a go at it would be more fun and fulfilling than buying.
This one is an attempt at a different approach. I use the applique feature only in so much as I use it to tack down a smaller than the hoop piece of fabric on a tear away backing. (I can get four times the mileage out of a piece of fabric that way.) I cut the design out after it's done, very close to the edge and then carefully singe the edge with a lighter. It works okay most of the time. Occasionally it wrecks some thread, and especially on a light coloured edge, the flame gets to close and the discolouration is obvious.
I went and bought a roll of water soluble backing. I stitch an outline, on the usual tear away backing and cut it out precisely along that line. I discard that backing. I hoop the water soluble backing, and run that outside line again. I place the cutout fabric (with some Uhu glue smeared on the back) within that outline. Then I run another line a millimeter or two inside the outline to tack it down. (That's the really hairy part.) Then I run the design. Then comes the border. It's a loop stitch sealing in the edge, obviating the need for any singeing. I run it under water and (in theory) end up with a neat, sealed edge. I foresee lots of experimentation to get that dialed in properly - or I may give up on it and go back to my old method.
#embroideredpatch #embroideredpatches #moralepatch #patches #patch #diypatch #diypatches #variegatedthread #makeyourownpatches #diyembroidery #moralepatches #custompatch #custompatches #patchwhore #patchlife #diy #myog #exploriment #hamiltonpubliclibrary #hplmakerspace #makerspace #hpl
#mockingjay #mockingjaypatch #hungergames
Just in time for fall, I’ve restocked my Autumn Wildflower Kits.
At the end of August I posted a jacket I embroidered with gladioli for my dear friend Rachel. We haven’t had a chance to see each other until today so what did I do in the meantime? Embroidered more plant babies for her, of course! 😂🌿 I added a glad about to bloom and little branches and leaves to the back to make the jacket even more special for this very special lady 💕
Embroidery kits are for sale in my etsy shop! Just click on the link in my bio! And then stab away!
My first embroidery kit has arrived, you will find on this box what you need to make a beautiful Bridal Homer! It also comes packed as a cute gift for any craftie friend! It includes a link to a "visual aid" video for any embroidery beginners and the manual contains step by step stitches, tricks and tips. I've been working a lot on this and I really hope you guys enjoy it as much as I did putting everything together.
THE LINK ITS ON MY BIO AND STORIES!!! #simpsonsart #Simpsons #thesimpsons #homersimpson #diyembroidery #embroiderykit
This little guy is done (and I do mean little. The SOS series is all on 4” hoops)! My inspiration for this design came after my second AA meeting where I met a lot of young AA’s who had bad attitudes. They were cliquey, they were negative, and generally, they were assholes. I was about 6 weeks sober and thought that if that’s what sobriety looked like, I didn’t want it. Fortunately, I had a great call with a sober friend that night and realized I didn’t get sober to keep being an asshole. And I didn’t have to. 198 days of sobriety in and I’m the furthest from being an asshole I’ve ever been.
I practiced satin stitch on this design. I SUCK at satin stitch so I always shy away from it. Which is silly. How will I ever not suck if I don’t try? It’s far from perfect but so am I. So that’s ok.
I think I’ll do Progress Not Perfection next. What critter should I put in that design? #198days #stillsober #progressnotperfection
A little while ago I found this 1970s denim dress at a vintage shop and when I saw it I knew I wanted to personalize it with hand embroidered flowers. My original design was just going to be this flower in each side of the wide collar (it is long and wide like many collars of the 70s) but then I kept drawing more on the denim and now it’s a more of a garden I have planned 😂 I’m so anxious to see this project completed (so I can wear it!!!) but I’ll have to chip away at it slowly since I’m back to full time school, I have custom work on the go and there’s a special little launch I have planned. The denim is also excellent quality and quite heavy so I’m not using a hoop and I have to be very precise and slow. Patience is hard!!!