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Bullion

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If you're just joining us here on Needle 'n Thread, we've been exploring five different ways to interpret wheat in hand embroidery.Last Friday, we looked at how to embroider wheat in two quick and simple ways, using daisy stitch and granitos on two different stalks.Before that, in Part 1, I

If you’re just joining us here on Needle ‘n Thread, we’ve been exploring five different ways to interpret wheat in hand embroidery. Last Friday, we looked at how to embroider wheat in two quick and simple ways, using daisy stitch and granitos on two different stalks. Before that, in Part 1, I posted the free ...

Studio 508: What I have learned about Bullion Knots

Once again, before I forget all of this . . . Bullions and I go back a long way. We started out with high expectations of one another. The stitch assumed that I would be a neat and patient embroiderer; I thought I could quickly whip this stitch right onto the linen and move immediately to the next stitch on my list. We were both sadly disappointed. The first thing I learned was to choose the perfect needle. The ideal needle has very little taper, so the crewel needle I was using was…

kerrykatiecakes: BAS Week 35 - Bullion Stitch

This time the BAS Challenge is a stitch that can be used in either seams or motifs. It is an incredibly versatile stitch once you learn it. I put off learning the bullion stitch because I found it very intimidating, but I have to say that once I got the hang of it I have had a lot of fun with it. The possibilities are almost endless..... bullion roses... ... figures like watering cans... ...Christmas puddings... ... this little robin and worm - my personal favourite!... ....romantic hearts…

Smocking by Janet: tutorials - bullion cherries

This one is for Karen who wanted to see bullion Cherries and anyone else who is curious.:-) Karen, you did say how big you needed the finished bullion to be so I took a guess. For those who don't know how to make a bullion over pleats, you first start with a Milliner's needle or a Sharp needle. The reason why is the needle is a straight shaft. The eye of the needle does not bulb out on the end the way an Embroidery needle does. As a result your bullion wraps will slide off the end of the…

The Bullion Stitch

Time for a tutorial on the bullion stitch. The bullion stitch is so versatile and often used to add a special touch on smocked garments. The stitch is very flexible in that it can be a variety of sizes and go in any direction, which means it can easily span pleats. It also is the basis for making all kinds of creations such as Bullion Flowers: and all manner of animals! I have a new pattern in the works that uses the bullion stitch, so a post on how to do it is a must! First

Hand embroidered in gilt bullion, a pair of goldwork thistles. Backed onto black holland linen.

Hand embroidered in gilt bullion, a pair of goldwork thistles. Backed onto black holland linen.

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