Machine embroidery designs to create tablecloths,
doilies, bedspreads and clothing.
This ensemble is the second one in a series devoted to all the crafters like me that look at Cutwork, also called Broderie Richelieu, and have this enormous envy of being able to create their own. If you are anything like me, you are in awe of this needlecraft. BUT you tried once or maybe not at all and it's just never as you would like it to be. This second installment in the Learn Cutwork Series offers the same ease of use as the first one did but with additional techniques and tips have been added.
In Cutwork 202, you will find designs that are just as easy as the Cutwork 101 designs but I did add some that are a bit more intricate. HAVE NO FEAR... I again added instructions with pictures at every step and cut of the scissors to make sure that when you have completed your project, you can sit back and say "Why was I ever scared of this" or "Well, that was fast!".
Again, there will be NO MORE fuzzies. There will be no more cutting the fabric or the stitches at the wrong place because you weren't careful enough. It will be Perfect, just perfect. Did I mention fast.
I am once again including with these designs a very detailed instruction file with step by step directions and pictures to allow you to visualize really well what needs to be done and how to do it. These instructions will help you make continuous border designs without ever sweating or worrying again.
The most elegant collar in less than an hour.
Save time by using the simpler
edging on the back.
Delicate and pretty.
So elegant and So much faster then the regular lace.
Left: A simple and easy doily.
Above: A delicate and soft handkerchief.
Note that the set comes with completely illustrated instructions to make
A 14" wide x 22" long table runner.
Can you just imagine it!
your project the easiest one ever.
The sample design is offered in one format only.
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