By Sylvie Blondeau
In Embroidery pour le Bebe, a pleasant little craft publication from French artist Sylvie Blondeau, you will find greater than a hundred lovely how you can beautify daily gadgets for babies.
With adorning principles for issues they use forever, akin to diaper baggage, blankies, bibs, bottle holders, and toys, this embroidery ebook contains tasks for either first-time and skilled sewers.
Embroidery pour le Bebe is stuffed with easy-to-follow, step by step illustrations and textual content for making a nursery choked with custom-made provides for a brand new arrival.
The first in a sequence of captivating needlework books, Embroidery pour le Bebe is a must have for mommies- and grandmothers-to-be, crafters, or an individual who's drawn to including a private contact to that excellent new child reward.
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Keep it organized! Organizers (two versions) Supplies Two or three fabrics (one solid linen for embroidering), flannel, lace, ribbon, button for the closed version. 1 Referring to the designs, cut two strips measuring 4¾ x 17¾ inches (12 x 45 cm) for the interior and exterior of the organizers and four 7 x 17¾ inch (18 x 12 cm) rectangles. Arrange the fabrics and the linen to be used for the embroidery according to the design selected. Round off two corners of each rectangle. For the open version, you can cut two of the rectangles into a heart shape.
Lace another thread from top to bottom over each stitch you’ve already made. Stem stitch (St) Work from left to right, and bring the needle up halfway back behind each stitch while keeping the loop of thread below the needle. Arranged in side-by-side lines, this stitch can be used to fill in forms (a). To follow curved lines perfectly, combine the “backward” variation of the stem stitch with the traditional version of the stem stitch. Proceed in the same fashion, but keeping the thread above the needle (b).
Bring the needle to the upper line. Take a small straight stitch from right to left, inserting the needle back down at the lower line. Take another small straight stitch on the lower line. Then make another small straight stitch on the upper line. Space the stitches evenly. Fly stitch (Fl) This stitch is done from left to right, in lines, overlapping lines, or individually. Bring the needle up to the left of the line and insert it into the fabric as if making a straight stitch, forming a V-shaped loop without pulling too hard on the thread.