Sharon Shetley is guest blogging on Needle ‘n’ Thread about her role in the popularization of Brazilian embroidery, a dimensional style (similar to stumpwork) that usually focuses on flowers and nature. You’ll enjoy her story and the wealth of  photos. See the post.

By Denise Felton




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  1. Jean Fox on December 7, 2010 4:27 pm

    Victorian
    The flower and butterfly done in Brazilian is very pretty. Any chance that the pattern is available? I am planning to introduce Brazilian Embroider to some of my guild members who have never done it before. I want to start with a small piece. Jean

  2. Jean Fox on December 7, 2010 4:31 pm

    The Brazilian embroidery piece stitched by Sharon Shetley is very pretty. Is it possible that the pattern is available? I am going to introduce it to some new members in my guils and want to start with a small but interesting piece with several different stitches. Jean

  3. Denise Felton on December 8, 2010 7:21 am

    Hi, Jean! If you’d like to know more about the design stitched by Sharon Shetley, please contact her directly through her Threads in Bloom site: http://threadsinbloom.com/.

    Denise

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