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SLOW STITCH

Once a sewist always a sewist; I was introduced to sewing at school, and enjoyed it right from the start. In those days these skills were part of the timetable, but how things have changed! Recently I have got hooked on slow stitching, and presently I follow a monthly project with Helen Birmingham called ‘untangled threads’. Follow the link below for more details.
Slow stitching is so enjoyable and therapeutic and I have picked up lots of new skills to work with. I intend doing a range of art incorporating a lot of the skills I have learned - a new avenue for me. Watch this space, this will appear in my blog. Contact me if you would like a personalised piece of slow stitch any size with details of requirements 

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Slow stitch with transfer photocopied im
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SLOW STITCH WITH IMAGE

TULLE AND FREESTYLE QUILTING

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DYED FABRIC - PROCION DYE AND STITCH

FABRIC MANIPULATION

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USING WATER SOLUBLE FILM AND STITCH

FABRIC COLLAGE

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JOOMCHI - USING MULBERRY PAPERS

SLOW STITCHES

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Gel plate printed cloth - torn and slow

TEXTURAL STITCHING

GEL PLATE PRINTED CLOTH - TORN AND SLOW STITCHED

Fabric stained with rust and slow stitch
Pleats, pin tucks, smocking and gathers.

FABRIC STAINED WITH RUST AND SLOW STITCH

PLEATS, PIN TUCKS, SMOCKING AND GATHERS

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