Tutorials and how-tos

Here I will collect links to all my posts which are tutorials or how-tos in the widest sense. These are pages people might still find useful long after they diesappeared in the depths of the archives, so I’m trying to make them easy to find.

My new page all about needleweaving has links to my multipart tutorial about weaving on improvised looms, my stuff about needleweaving as an embroidery technique and lots of useful external links.

Proper tutorials about all kinds of things
Layering fabric with painted bondaweb
how to prepare corn cop leaves for use in fiber art

Stitch descriptions
Nunstitch used for securing the edges on coarse fabrid
Drawn thread hem stitch used for doing a hem on aida
A new variation of the rice stitch
a German variant of chain stitch
several stitches based on combining satin stitches
Variant parisian stitch, another satin stitch variant
An asymmetrical variant of algerian eye stitch
Filling with a woven look done with herringbone stitches
A strange new herringbone stitch variant
Knotted detatched buttonhole stitch
Casalguidi Stitch
Cable stitch in surface embroidery
Sorbello stitch – how to work it to and fro
connected sorbello stitch
stacked sorbello stitch
false sorbello stitch

Postings which are not exactly tutorials, but do contain tips about how to do things
A simple way to do embroideries on polyester organza and similar fabric
Using different threads for works wich are meant to be heatgunned
How to trap bulky things between layers of thin fabric using some fusible web
How to use an iron-on pattern pencil – and how rather not
Monoprinting with acrylics and gel medium on paper

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