By Deanna Hall West
A hundred and one Iron-on Transfers for Ribbon Embroidery
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Extra info for 101 Iron-On Transfers for Ribbon Embroidery
Draw a vertical line from each of these down to the bottom raw edge of the pocket. 4. Stitch along the 2 vertical marked lines, backstitching at the beginning and end of each (Figure 4). Party Chicken Project Organizer 43 ASSEMBLY 1. Position the ties horizontally across the center of the pouch, with the raw short edges positioned just above the left-hand top edge of the pocket (Figure 5). Loosely knot and baste the ties in place along the left-hand side to keep them out of the way during the next step.
1. Transfer the embroidery designs onto the 9˝ × 11˝ pieces of muslin (see Transferring the Printed Patterns, page 130). 2. Embroider the designs. Embroidery Stitches Dream: Backstitch all the lines. Backstitch 132 French knot 133 Use lazy daisy stitches for the loops. Lazy daisy stitch 133 Stitch French knots (wrap twice) on the dots in the flower centers and the berries at the top of the flower stem. Running stitch 133 Satin stitch 133 Add the bee’s motion line with running stitch. Satin stitch the bee’s head and the large flower center.
Place a French knot at the end of the tassel on the hat. Variegated pink: Satin stitch the large round flowers. Backstitch the dress, frills, and hat. 3. Press lightly. Little Deer Bag 57 BAG EXTERIOR 1. Sew the pink 21/2˝ × 71/2˝ strips to the top and bottom of the embroidered linen panel. Press the seam allowance toward the strips. 2. Sew the pink 21/2˝ × 101/2 ˝ strips to the sides of the embroidered linen panel. Press the seam allowance toward the strips. 7. Sew the assembled front/side section and back panel together to form a tube.
101 Iron-On Transfers for Ribbon Embroidery by Deanna Hall West