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  • kerry ailie

    NEW! This irresistible step-by-step project book is all about making little flowers in silk and organza ribbon. Using a combination of thread, ribbon embroidery, stumpwork, and other techniques, you can produce sweet strawberry blossoms, delightful daffodils, a ring of daisies, magnificent wild rose, butterflies, ladybugs, and so much more. Di van Niekerk and Marina Zherdeva have packed this book with information and many new techniques, to inspire every silk ribbon enthusiast whether ...

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It’s Friday ♫♬♪ and I thought you would enjoy seeing this beautiful masterpiece by Emma Kriegler from Stilbaai in South Africa