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Thread painting

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Thread painting is a hand embroidery technique that uses stranded embroidery floss (traditionally cotton or silk thread) to blend together colors similar to painting. This technique can make embroidery appear realistic and 3-dimensional. This tutorial will walk you through how to get started learning this fun technique!

Thread painting is a hand embroidery technique that uses stranded embroidery floss (traditionally cotton or silk thread) to blend together colors similar to painting. This technique can make embroidery appear realistic and 3-dimensional. This tutorial will walk you through how to get started learning this fun technique!

Step 3 - how to machine trapunto for added dimension - QUILTsocial

Learn how to use the exciting technique of machine trapunto to add extra depth and dimension to a printed panel. A tutorial on trapunto and thread painting using SCHMETZ / Gütermann / Sulky / Fairfield / N

´Whirlpool´ embroidery detail by Annemieke Mein, Dutch-born Australian textile artist who specialises in depicting wildlife #womensartpic.twitter.com/9bNHTPitFH

“´Whirlpool´ embroidery detail by Annemieke Mein, Dutch-born Australian textile artist who specialises in depicting wildlife #womensart”

Stitching Sabbatical - Hand Embroidery by Michelle Staub

Custom hand embroidered pet portraits by Michelle Staub. Celebrate your pet's life with a one of a kind thread painting!

#WOMENSART on Twitter: "Silk embroidered fox created by Helen Richman, professional hand embroiderer, based in Somerset, UK #womensart… "

“Silk embroidered fox created by Helen Richman, professional hand embroiderer, based in Somerset, UK #womensart”

These astounding needlework pieces are by self-taught embroiderer Trish Burr from Cape Town. She has written several books on the technique...

These astounding needlework pieces are by self-taught embroiderer Trish Burr from Cape Town. She has written several books on the technique, contributed widely to magazines and teaches throughout South Africa and overseas. Trish lives in Cape town, South Africa with her husband and three children. Trish willingly shares her knowledge with fellow embroiderers, and in her own words she says, “We need to keep hand embroidery alive - if we hug our ideas to ourselves, they will become lost and…