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Wool felt workshop with Wendy Williams at KimzSewing (Australia). The benefits of using wool felt for applique is that it is easy to cut to your applique shape. It does not fray or unravel so you don't need to finish all the edges.

Crewel chair with Louise Chrimes patterns stitched by Beatrice K Williams (Mrs. William R. Williams) over 50 years ago. Detailed photos courtesy of her granddaughters. Mrs. Williams was justifiably proud of her stitching and hence extremely angry with the "cleaners" who stained the back of the chair. Her work is so lovely it doesn't matter. This is the same chair that appears in Mildred Davis' book, The Art of Crewel Embroidery

Crewel chair with Louise Chrimes patterns stitched by Beatrice K Williams (Mrs. William R. Williams) over 50 years ago. Detailed photos courtesy of her granddaughters. Williams was justifiably proud of her stitching and hence extremely angry with the

Iva Rose Vintage Reproductions - Needlecraft Practical Journal #77 c.1909 - The Art of Embroidery Shading

Iva Rose Vintage Reproductions - Needlecraft Practical Journal - The Art of Embroidery Shading

3rd Place Commercial Designs: Crewel Firescreen, 28” x 34”, #3-cut wool on monk’s cloth. Pattern by Jane McGown Flynn; hooked by Mary McGrath

Place Commercial Designs: Crewel Firescreen, x wool on monk’s cloth. Pattern by Jane McGown Flynn; hooked by Mary McGrath

BORDADO - WENDOLYN PEREZ RODRIGUEZ - Picasa Web Albums

BORDADO - WENDOLYN PEREZ RODRIGUEZ - Picasa Web Albums

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