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    Janice Gunner : Textile Artist and City & Guilds Teacher


    Janice Gunner : Textile Artist and City & Guilds Teacher


    Shibori For Textile Artists. by Janice Gunner. One of the richest textile traditions in the world, Shibori has been used in Japan, Africa, India and South America




    A Shenandoah Sampler


    A Shenandoah Sampler


    Hello fellow stitchers! It was a beautiful fall day here in the Shenandoah and I must admit I enjoyed gaining an hour of sleep! I had a wonderful day yesterdayI

    Running stitch – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


    Running stitch - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


    The running stitch or straight stitch is the basic stitch in hand- sewing and embroidery, on which all other forms of sewing are based. The stitch is worked by

    Stitchery! Sewing Machine Attachments, Needle, and Thread


    Stitchery! Sewing Machine Attachments, Needle, and Thread


    Dust off those sewing machine feet and begin sewing! Learn tips about sewing feet, needles, & threads. Add some decorative stitch patterns and you are ready to sew!

    Amazon.com: Redwork from The WORKBASKET: 100 Designs for Machine


    Amazon.com: Redwork from The WORKBASKET: 100 Designs for Machine


    Rebecca Kemp Brent is a freelance writer, educator and designer who specializes in creative uses of computerized sewing and embroidery machines and software. A

    Saree, – Sarees, Saree, Sarees sale & Cheap saree online shop


    Saree, - Sarees, Saree, Sarees sale & Cheap saree online shop


    Saree – Saree Sale Salwar Kameez Sale Costume Jewelry Sale Sarees $75 – $150 Clutch Handbags Sarees $0 – $75 Saree $150 – $600 Las Kurtis Saree, Sarees, Sarees

    Embroid Me


    Embroid Me


    At Embroid Me, we can do just about anything when it comes to embroidery and screen-printing. Make your next gathering even more special by personalizing it with your

    Encrusting Calico – Embroiderers Guild: welcome


    Encrusting Calico - Embroiderers Guild: welcome


    Inspired by an underwater theme, Jennifer Rochester uses plain fabric and neutral threads to create rocky surfaces encrusted with growth.

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