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Author Archives: The Proof Angel
I’ve come upon this quick guide to basic embroidery stitches, which I thought would be worth sharing. As the author says, it is amazing how much you can achieve with a few basic stitches. Although I am surprised they have … Continue reading
At the back of my mill, there is a meadow. For a while, there was a scheme to have a summer house down at the end of the meadow. I was thinking about making some sculptures out of chicken wire, … Continue reading
I must say that I think the title of this post is rather pushing it. Some of these “ideas” are only what I thought a bulldog clip was for. But on the other hand, there has got to be some … Continue reading
Sometimes, pins just won’t do. You might be using something where the pins would leave holes. Like leather, pvc, or paper. You might not want the distortion you get when you lift everything up to get the pin through. You … Continue reading
Over Christmas, I’ve been working on my fire screen project again, so this post is an update following on from the post I published in September. Obviously, a crucial part of the whole thing is the method of attaching the … Continue reading
Sarah C Swett’s post headed “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” has some wise words for the New Year. And, as usual, some quirky ideas about textile related matters! One day, I will try some of these ideas…
Here is a collection of knitting videos, including some interesting ways to knit with colours. The last time I looked, they were up to episode 66, so there is plenty to get your teeth into there!
It is surprising how inspiration comes. I was rummaging in a basket of odd balls of yarn, as you do, and I found this “flesh” coloured smooth cotton. Which reminded me of my long standing doll project, where I have … Continue reading
I have a new toy. I saw various versions of the idea at the Festival of Quilts in August, but when I went to knitting and stitching in Harrogate I decided to go for it. Basically, instead of bothering to … Continue reading