I am pleased to let you know that the long awaited Needlepainting Tutorial, Kingfisher & Flower is now available in the Embroidery shop. This is the first intensive embroidery tutorial and will be followed by others in the next few months.
PDF Tutorial in Needlepainting Embroidery
This gorgeous little kingfisher on a flowery branch gazes down into the water below. This is a step by step tutorial, designed to help you master the art of Needlepainting embroidery, including both regular and irregular long & short stitch in the bird’s feathers.
The design is suitable for ALL levels including beginner. The Tutorial is divided into three modules as follows:
Introduction, Materials and Preparation
Easy to follow Stitching Instructions
Create your own beautiful piece of embroidery from the comfort of your own home. PDF patterns are a quick and easy way of gaining access to a new embroidery project without waiting for it to be shipped. Download to your PC, tablet or phone in minutes and you are ready to stitch!
The digital store has closed and all digital patterns can now be found in the Embroidery Shop. There are over 85 PDF patterns available and you can now purchase the fabric, iron on transfer and needles for each pattern in the same store.
Iron on Transfers
Tracing your own outlines is a thing of the past – simple to use, crisp, clear, iron on transfers for each PDF pattern and all the projects in my last 4 books can now be purchased in the online shop. The transfers work well with the recommended cotton muslin and linen fabric for sale in the shop or can be used successfully with your own fabric as long as it is not silk. Iron on transfers do not work with silk of any description, but the freezer paper method does work successfully.
The iron on transfer for the Kingfisher & flower an be found here.
On the subject of iron on transfers I am excited to let you know (and can reveal) that the new book will include iron on transfers for each project in the book.
Till next time, wherever you are in the world, keep smiling and happy stitching.