Ros of Jahit Jahitan lets us look over her shoulder as she combines punchneedle, embroidery, and silk-ribbon embroidery. Gorgeous. Go to Ros’ post to see more images.
The blogger behind Primitives by the Light of the Moon shows us how to make up a pretty bit of needlepunch embroidery into a handy needlebook. See her tute.
Enkarna is sharing a video that demonstrates one of the trickiest parts of needlepunch embroidery–properly threading the needle. Don’t worry if you can’t read Spanish captions. The video shows you everything you need to know. Check it out.
Chris Gray (Textile Butterfly) made these fantastic pendants–needlepunch and a few beads in a handmade wooden bezel acquired through Etsy. Matte and sparkle, soft and hard. Wonderful. See more at Chris’ blog post.
Ed. note: Chris Gray …
Ooooooooo. Elsa Mora applies her unique style to needlepunch with gorgeous results. See more views of this fab necklace at her blog post.
Ed. note: Elsa Mora did not request or compensate this post.
Even though they’re unfinished, these tidbits from Betty of primitivebettys are brilliant! Her idea: She will use the finished designs to top papier mache boxes. What a perfect little gift. See more at her blog post.
If you’ve been wanting to try punchneedle embroidery (sometimes called needlepunch), DMCThread’s Blog has got your back. A recent post shows you the tools you’ll need, explains the basics, and even provides a video. Go to the post.
Claire of Hello Craft posted an excellent introduction to needlepunch (punchneedle, punch needling, whatever). She gives a bit of history and then shares a well illustrated, thorough tutorial. If you’d like to get into this needleart, start by reading her …
(1) Noël dans diverses langues from et patati et petites croix
(2) Noel 2010 from Le blog de carmela
(3) Nounours aux cadeaux from Cachounette
(4) Partridge and holly from Woolensails
(5) Noël country (15 designs) from Broderie d’Antan
(6) Petit …
(1) Pumpkin Patch Band in needlepoint by Cheryl Fall of About.com
(2) Oiseau d’Automne from Novalee02 Les croix et moi
(3) Beware of Zombies by Connie G. Barwick of About.com
(4) Itsy Bitsy Button Spider from DMCThread’s Blog
(5) Pumpkin …
Zeshuregi of Creative Mind blog shares another technique that is familiar but a bit different. The flowers on these pillow covers were created with a type of needlepunch, but the tool Zeshuregi uses and the texture she produces are not …
Christine Stanton of Christine, by Hand points out that the beautiful suzani embroidery showing up on Etsy has the look of chain stitches but is created with a tambour hook. (The technique Susan Elliott told us about in June…