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Posts on the topic of crochet added by farial zamani Crochet Beanie, Knit Or Crochet, Knitted Hats, Crochet Hats, Loom Knitting, Hand Knitting, Knitting Projects, Crochet Projects, Turban Hut
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Ways to Work Mitered Corners - Luzine Happel The Fold Line, Hem Stitch, Mitered Corners, Sewing Techniques, Hand Embroidery, Hand Sewing, Fabric, Distance, Layout

Ways to Work Mitered Corners (1) - Luzine Happel

Sometimes people find it difficult to get the mitered corner to exactly match up to the hem layout. Here are some tips: It is important that the distance between the withdrawn thread line for the fold and the withdrawn thread line for securing the hem is the same on both sides of the corner. Iron your piece and lay it flat – right side face down. Follow the thread of the withdrawn thread line for securing the hem up to where it meets the withdrawn thread line for the fold, mark the point…

blog archive with thumbnails - Luzine Happel Summer Work, Summer Sun, Clothes Line, Big Project, Hand Embroidery, Stitching, Archive, Relax, Blog
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Summer Work - Luzine Happel

Now and then my exhibits need to be laundered; they collect dust being displayed in the exhibition for so many months, and above all the summer sun caused them to yellow in some parts. I took advantage of the summer break to take them home for washing and ironing. Viewing the various items waving in the wind on the clotheslines in my garden, I was once again awestruck by the trove of wonderful and diverse embroideries made over the years. I enjoy my summer life – relaxing, embroidering, and…

A Visit from Hong Kong - Luzine Happel

A Visit from Hong Kong - Luzine Happel

Some time ago a lady from Hong Kong visited my exhibition and took a workshop with me. Mimi Chan is a perfect stitcher and interested in all kinds of embroidery. She graduated with distinction from the Royal School of Needlework in the United Kingdom with a diploma in technical hand embroidery. She attained the highest mark ever in the school! She tours all over the world to learn different regional techniques. At home she teaches all she has learned during her travels in her TOUR Embroidery…

Schwalm Costume – The Neckerchiefs - Luzine Happel Neckerchiefs, Silk Thread, Basic Colors, Stitching, Archive, Costume, Bear, Pure Products, Embroidery
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Schwalm Costume – The Neckerchiefs - Luzine Happel

Schwalm women wore neckerchiefs with their festive costumes. These square cloths were made of pure silk. The neckerchiefs of young women were often very colourful reflecting the basic colour of the costume. Fringe made from silk threads knotted at the edges was common. The bundled threads of the fringe were knotted at least once again, but usually more often. The square cloths were folded diagonally. The established triangle was laid in the back. Depending on how the cap bands (subject of a…