Hand Embroidery Ideas
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Cómo Bordar Flores 3D con Flecos
In this channel I will teach you different types of embroidery with thread and ribbons. Learn how to embroider with smocking stitch and make flowers to decor...
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Simple Embroidery Punching Needles
You can craft your own embroidery work easily at home! With this Simple Embroidery Punching Needles, you can create intricate handmade patterns with ease. Buy yours now at a great price!
How to Make Crocheted Rag Rugs | eHow.com
Making rag rugs dates back to the 1800s, when thrifty homemakers would reuse old clothes and fabric scraps as floor coverings. Rag rugs are simple to make, very sturdy, and the scrappy mix of colors makes them beautiful.
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Learn Bead Crochet with Free Jewelry Inspiration Projects | Fusion Beads
Get hooked on a new technique this weekend with our free bead crochet video tutorial! Watch and learn how to make a stylish set of crochet bracelets as we walk you through making your first crochet creation. Then browse our wide selection of crochet inspiration and find the perfect pattern to jumpstart your design!
How To Make Handmade Scrap Fabric Twine
Do you have an over abundance of fabric scraps that you are holding on to, “just in case”? Cintia from My Poppet was doing just that, and then she came up with the clever idea of turning her scraps into pretty twine. You can find the simple tutorial below. Scrap fabric strips in assorted lengths (max 1″ wide) Something to wind your twine on to Scissors For more pictures and the full tutorial, head over to My Poppet.