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wb_herb5 by amommy22, via Flickr

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See this video on how to transfer embroidery patterns? And this one about embroidering on stretchy fabrics? And this post about removing stabilizer? I now use this instead of all the products I showed you in those old videos. It works on light fabrics, dark fabrics, napped fabrics, and stretchy fabrics. It's MAGIC!

crazy quilting link is wrong but I love this chart and the site has some amazing things.

Morning Glory by jeninemd, via Flickr

Lots of ideas for different types of stitches. Variety is a good thing!

I ❤ embroidery . . . How to Work the Scroll Stitch- © Cheryl C. Fall, Licensed to Learn to work the Scroll Stitch. This beautiful surface embroidery stitch is worked by looping the thread under the needle as you stitch, creating a graceful scroll-like effect. The stitch can be used along straight lines and curves, along bands or to outline shapes. It can also mimic rippling water or waves when used in beach or water-themed embroidery projects.

The Paris stitch is a surface embroidery stitch worked in vertical and horizontal straight stitches, and mimics blanket stitch.

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Cherries Jubilee Embroidery Transfer Pattern

Embroidery - Cherry

cherries embroidery redwork

1886 Ingalls Spiderweb in Roses by jeninemd, via Flickr