Sunday, July 4, 2010

Cushion done with Canadian smocking using design "Rows of arrows".

I have done this cushion using the design " Rows of arrows"





Closeup view

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8 comments:

  1. Thank you for the graphs, you have given. This is what I was looking for!

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    1. hi should v hav to ask for graph.. sorry am new to tis blog i dont know tat's y askin.. i need the graph and also the steps to do Cushion done with Canadian smocking using design "Rows of arrows". can u post it to my id "raheeela@gmail.com"

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    2. I have given tutorial for the cushion here
      http://vani-testblog2.blogspot.in/search/label/method%20of%20calculating%20material%20need%20for%20Canadian%20smocking%20-%22Arrowhead%20design%22
      please read my blog from the beginning. you will get what all you need!

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  2. Could you please post the graph?

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  3. thanks a lot vani for that bone design graph..you are a superstar....

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  4. wonderful smocking.in 70s i done this smocking piece of cloth but i didnt make it cushions,bcause that i dont know caliculate how much cloth i want.your blog is very nice people can make it easily.i am in bangalore i want to talk with you,if you give your phone number i want to share please send your number to my email id,you are doing a great job.

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  5. please tell me how much fabric for round cushion

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  6. Vani, I want to thank you so much for this blog. About 40 years ago I made cushions like this and I didn't keep any of the patterns or instructions. I wanted to do it again after seeing beautiful photographs on the 'net. I found any amount of photographs and charts but couldn't make sense out of them. Your diagrams are just what I need to get me going again. It all came back to me after reading your blog. It was Pinterest that pointed me in your direction. I have the material and can't wait to get going now. I also love to do embroidery and love the dimensional flower basket. Your work is perfection. Many thanks for sharing your skills and providing this resource to fellow crafters, it is very generous of you.

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