Monday, September 29, 2008

embrodery techniques

Erika Kern shows how using different embroidery techniques can dramatically change the look of a simple line drawing pattern.
First image:
The pattern is a simple outline made so that you can add as much or as little detail as you'd like.
Second image: The pattern looks great just on its own. I stitched it with a stemstitch and splitstitch using all six strands of the floss. This is great for when you want a project done fast because you can easily finish it in one to two days.
Third one:
The same pattern can be stitched in many ways, from right to left: outline with pen and ink–style shading, full-color fill, and black outline. Simply beautiful!

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