Mary Corbet of Needle ‘n’ Thread walks us through the basics of pattern darning. Imagine the pretty set of linen handtowels with pattern-darning borders you could whip up for a last-minute gift. Better check out the tute.
In a guest post on Embroidery-Methods.com, Cantor Deborah Katchko-Gray shows us a beautiful, practical, and meaningful application of Swedish weaving.
I was taught by a wonderful teacher, Ellen Temkin who realized that the horizontal patterns of Swedish Weaving would
Collette of Serendipity Handmade shares the technique for creating this beautiful fingertip towel. Your mother probably remembers Swedish weaving on huck toweling. Collette’s design can work as well in the modern kitchen as in the cottage or vintage kitchen. See her …