Long and short stitch leaf        Language Options      Hungarian Redwork Project: Final Design Preparations  Thread Talk: Silk Gimp vs. Silk Gimp  Favorite Transfer Methods for Embroidery Designs  Transferring Embroidery Designs: a Cautionary Tale  Clover Transfer Mesh – Testing 1-2-3

Long and Short Stitch Shading Lesson 7: More Complex Leaf

Long and short stitch leaf Language Options Hungarian Redwork Project: Final Design Preparations Thread Talk: Silk Gimp vs. Silk Gimp Favorite Transfer Methods for Embroidery Designs Transferring Embroidery Designs: a Cautionary Tale Clove

Long and Short Stitch Shading Lessons on needlethread.com

Long and Short Stitch Shading Lesson 4: Circles, Flat and Round

Our objectives in this lesson are to practice stitching long & short stitch to a converging point, keeping the correct stitch direction, and to understand how to reduce the number of stitches in smaller spaces (without bunching up the stitches) in a way that looks (more or less!) natural…NOTE: The technique of the stitch is the same learned in lesson two.  This particular lesson presents two challenges: keeping the stitch direction and reducing the number of stitches as the space gets…

Long and Short Stitch Shading Lesson 3: Triangles

Our objectives in this lesson are to practice stitching long & short stitch to a converging point, keeping the correct stitch direction, and to understand how to reduce the number of stitches in smaller spaces (without bunching up the stitches) in a way t

Long and Short Stitch Shading Tutorial on needlenthread.com -- an excellent embroidery tutorial site

Long & Short Stitch Shading, Lesson 2: Inside the Box

Long and Short Stitch Shading on an Embroidered Pansy  using 1 thread instead of 2 (for better shading).  www.needlenthread.com

When Less is More in Thread Painting and Shading Techniques

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