Drawn thread

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Today I am practicing a basic heirloom technique known as “Drawn” or “Pulled” thread work embroidery. This type of embroidery is achieved by gently pulling out individual thread along the grain line to create a small gap in the fabric. A combination of hand stitches is then used to create simple to elaborate designs within...

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Aura Terry
Finishing the Edge in Drawn Thread Embroidery Embroidery Patterns, Embroidery Stitches, Types Of Embroidery, Embroidery And Stitching, Learn Embroidery, Hardanger Embroidery, Embroidery Techniques, Cross Stitch Embroidery, Embroidery Tutorials

Last week, I showed you how to re-weave the threads withdrawn from the fabric in order to produce a “clean” edge for drawn thread embroidery techniques. Here’s a little easier way to finish the edge of a drawn thread area. This is perhaps the most commonly used technique for making an edge around a drawn ...

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Anne Christensen
When I searched for Drawn-Thread techniques for making a fringed hem, I didn't quite find what I wanted. So after practicing various other techniques so that I got the idea down, I figured out a set of stitches to get a pretty fringed hem, using the threads from the fabric itself (rather than sewing on a separate fringe). I made a rather pretty apron with it!    More about this on my site: www.morgandonner.com/2013/09/apron-largesse/ Crochet, Sewing Techniques, Sewing, Sewing Stitches, Hem Stitch, Embroidery And Stitching, Weaving Patterns, Sewing Hacks, Hardanger Embroidery

When I searched for Drawn-Thread techniques for making a fringed hem, I didn't quite find what I wanted. So after practicing various other techniques so that I got the idea down, I figured out a set of stitches to get a pretty fringed hem, using the threads from the fabric itself (rather than sewing on a separate fringe). I made a rather pretty apron with it! More about this on my site: www.morgandonner.com/2013/09/apron-largesse/

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Aida Morales

This is a tutorial to make a drawnthread motif that can be use on a collar or the yoke of an outfit. It was inspired by a vintage dresser scarf that I found o

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Valerija IvkoviÄ
Filling Pattern – No. 562 - Luzine Happel Tela, Embroidery, Punto Croce, Patrones, Hilo, Pattern, Middle Parts, Embroider, Handarbeit

category: simple drawn thread filling pattern linen used: 13.5/cm thread-count threads used: coton à broder No. 20 stitches used: Wrap stitches horizontal center axis: quadruple withdrawn thread line The flower motif with the openwork leaves is found on the Schwalm Parade Cushion Border (B). As you can see from the detail of the original embroidery, it is a kind of staggered pea holes, which do not have Four-Sided stitches as a basis, but consist exclusively of wrap stitches. I have tried…

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