SirnaGail 209 RosaliesRoofGarden 1by Gail Sirna
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Create realistic flowers – bullion knot roses, French knot and lazy daisy flowers –  plus several stitches cleverly concocted from needlepoint stitches.  The architectural elements add interest and stitching challenges. Personalize this design to match your own hair color or your favorite color for the girl’s jacket.

 

Read more: 209 - Rosalie's Roof Garden

 

SmithLaura 210 BlueRidgeHarmony 2by Laura Smith
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Develop the design shown or create your own with preliminary consultations. Work with Lutradur, three heat tools, hand and/or free motion machine embroidery.

 

Read more: 210 - Blue Ridge Harmony

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StaffordGail 211 DustingOfSnow 2by Gail Stafford
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Create this neighborhood scene that celebrates snow.  Learn how to add dimension, create contrast, and adopt the “less is more” design philosophy. Stitches include Nobuko, diamond ray, diagonal cashmere, the water stitch and more.

 

Read more: 211 - A Dusting of Snow

 

StrattonCarolLynn 212 MarkIntoArt 1by Carol Lynn Stratton
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ENCORE

Find design inspiration with methods to create an original design. Guided exercises in the elements of design form a notebook or stand-alone pieces.

 

Read more: 212 - Turn Your Mark into Art

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WebCarolStanding 213 Button 1by Carolyn Standing Webb
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The inspiration for Button, Button! came from Victorian black glass buttons. Use beads to accent and create texture while Bijoux and black braid add a touch of glitter. Stitch blackwork patterns in addition to pattern darning. Choose an antique black glass button to add a unique touch to your embroidery.

 

Read more: 213 - Button, Button

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BayTerri 214 DiamondsLace 1by Terri Bay
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The Diamonds and Lace Tray is not only a thing of beauty, but is also functional. Learn a variety of pulled thread and surface stitches including satin, mosaic, double cable, hemstitch, plus lots and lots of eyelets.

 

Read more: 214 - Diamonds and Lace Tray

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ClarkeGary 215 Butterfly 2by Gary Clarke
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Embroider as if on glass – The Butterfly has three distinct layers, however depth is further enhanced by the translucent nature of the work and the use of tone and shadow. Stitched on a piece of stretched Japanese organza using mixed threads, the wing technique is inspired by Colifichet embroidery.

 

Read more: 215 - The Butterfly

 Class is Full

ColeAlison 216 Trillium 1by Alison Cole
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NEW TO USA

Stitch the White Trillium on a background of silk velvet using needle lace, brick stitch couching and long and short stitch for the detached petals, chiffon and cotton for the detached leaves, and Grecian for the stems.

 

Read more: 216 - Trillium

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