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  • Deb Swider

    Sunday, May 16, 2010 I’ve Got Wool Felt – Lots of It. Wool felt’s a great fabric to have on hand for hand embroidery projects. I use it underneath goldwork, for example, and it can also be used to pad regular stitching and make it sit up a bit off the fabric. I also like to make things out of it, like needlebooks that are covered to bursting with embroidery.

  • Brooke Butler

    Creative ideas for you: How To Embroider - Stitch Video Tutorials

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