Monday, September 21, 2009

Some interesting embroidery Web sites

The following are some of the interesting Web sites I found on the Internet today:

You will find beautiful, free applique and redwork patterns here provided by Anne Sutton, designer and owner of this site. Very pretty patterns. I love her Web site:
http://bunnyhilldesigns.com/dynamic/?page=Free%20Patterns

Here is a sample:



Please visit her Web site if you want to buy or download her patterns.

If you want to learn Indian embroidery techniques, Bhavani Harikrishnan teaches you a step-by-step kutchwork and kasuti embroidery tutorials. An useful one:
http://kutchwork-tutorial.blogspot.com/2006/05/kutchwork-introduction.html
http://kasuti.blogspot.com/

This URL discusses of the history of crewel embroidery and shows images of antique textile designs. An interesting one:
http://www.meg-andrews.com/articles/crewel-woolwork.php

You will find a lot of embroidery projects and stitching techniques here:
http://www.embroiderersguild.com/stitch/projects/crewel/crewel.html

This Web site is owned by Phillipa Turnbull. She displays her kits on this Web site. You will admire at her wonderful collection of needlepoint and crewel kits:
http://www.crewelwork.com/
http://www.crewelwork.com/CrewelKits.asp

An interesting blog run by Cathelina and Constance about medieval embroidery.
http://borninthewrongage.blogspot.com/

Redwork lovers will surely love this blog:
http://redwork-in-germany.blogspot.com/2007/05/liebst-du-der-rose-pracht-habauf-die_06.html


You will find patterns and projects on all sorts of embroidery:
http://www.embroidery-methods.com/The_Embroidery_Sampler-backissues.html

Hope you have a nice time browsing these links!

2 comments:

nahidworld said...

thank you for your post of Embroidery site.it is a very helpful post.

Bhavani Harikrishnan said...

Thank you for including my webpages in your list