Friday, November 19, 2010

Dimensional embroidery with bullion stitches





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16 comments:

  1. Dear Vani,
    This is the first time I am seeing this kind of stitches used for the petals. It is very beautiful and nice to look at. What stitch have you used for the stem?
    Viji.

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  2. hi vani
    ur embroidery very nice.i have usha's janome sewing machine.iwant to learn about machine embroidery.please can u hlp me.
    jabeen

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  3. hi vani
    you inspired me by ur blog and i also read ur works in indusladies
    i have a small doubt....in an embroidery type they roll the thread on the needle and just prick on clothes ,what is name of that embroidery

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  4. That stitch is called bullion stitch.It is used in dimensional embroidery.If it is done using rayon thread it is called Brazilian embroidery.This stitch is also used in surface embroidery also.

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  5. Hi Jabeen machine embroidery cannot be taught by explanation or images .You have to see somebody doing it.

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  6. Hi viji For the stem I have used raised chain stitch. Bars are far. So it looks like that.

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  7. Great work,vani...admire your patience in making so many bullions :)

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  8. Great work Vani.I really envy your patience in doing all the bullion stitches.:)

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  9. hi..i have ben your secret folower and hav bokmarked your works.I ned to learn machine embroidery.I am in mandaveli.Can u suggest a nice place where it is taught.

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  10. Sorry Bindu.I have no idea.

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  11. son preciosas tus flores, eres una artista , que paciencia para hacer todos esos nudos , felicidades--------your flowers are beautiful, you're an artist, the patience to do all those knots, congratulations

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  12. Thanks for the appreciation
    Beat wishes
    Vani

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  13. Hi vani, Nice work... is there any video for this buillion stitch

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  14. Hi, I stay in bangalore n want to learn embroidery from you. Please let me know.

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  15. Sorry I do not take classes

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