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The Old Malthouse in silk ribbon embroidery

Hello from a cold and windy Cape Town, I hope you are all safe and well. I have something lovely to show you today. The Old Malthouse which is beautifully done in silk ribbon embroidery ♥This lovely piece is by Christine Chan from Arcadia in California. Christine is always so generous about sharing her beautiful… Continue reading The Old Malthouse in silk ribbon embroidery

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White Peacock and Magnolias

GOOD morning everybody ♫♬♪♫♬♪♫♬♪ Today I want to show you a masterpiece titled: “White Peacock and Magnolias” by Irina Zhukova from Minsk, Belarus. Click on image to enlarge Irina wrote to me: “Let me introduce myself: my name is Irina and I'm a great fan of needlework. I started with ribbon-embroidery in February 2008. The… Continue reading White Peacock and Magnolias

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Silk Ribbon Embroidery from Kuala Lumpur

I have this lovely piece to show you from Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia. Valli Sevugan sent me the picture and I asked her to write about herself and the news behind this lovely rendition of our Oranges and Bougainvillea kit. Valli replied: " HaiI am Valli Sevugan. I am an Indian residing in Malaysia. I… Continue reading Silk Ribbon Embroidery from Kuala Lumpur

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A New Silk Ribbon Embroidery KIT – Lady in Red

I have a beautiful new kit for you, and I think you are going to love it ♥  Lady in Red KIT Embroidered by the talented Karen Nell from Johannesburg, it features a clever way to make gorgeous three-dimensional roses and the sweetest teeny tiny butterflies and new ideas of how to create texture in your… Continue reading A New Silk Ribbon Embroidery KIT – Lady in Red

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One of my favourite flowers is

Happy #WorldEmbroideryDay! One of my favourite flowers is the Cape Aloe (Aloe ferox) also known as bitter aloe or red aloe with its many medicinal qualities. It’s a perfect subject for dimensional embroidery. So, here it is for #WorldEmbroideryDay I used the picot stitch for the leaves, wrapped thread around wire for the stems and made… Continue reading One of my favourite flowers is

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Tea in the Garden by Catherine M

Good morning! I wanted to show you this lovely piece by Catherine M from La Roche-de-Rame, a village located in southeastern France. I just love her style and thank you, Catherine, for sharing your talent with all of us. I emailed Catherine the instruction booklet in PDF format (instead of the printed booklet) so she… Continue reading Tea in the Garden by Catherine M