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  • 'Flower Brooch' Goldwork Embroidery Kit – Laurelin
    Stilettos Fabric Greeting Cards Tuition Commissions Gallery Gallery Student Gallery How To Guides Goldwork About Me Home Flower Brooch Goldwork Embroidery Kit Laurelin Flower Brooch Goldwork Embroidery Kit 28 95 Default Title 28 95 GBP Quantity Add to Cart Techniques 3 couching 2 chipping Cutwork 2 padding Fits 8 inch 20cm hoop or smaller Makes 1 1 2 3cm brooch Some experience helpful The word goldwork is used to describe embroidery with metal threads and wires even if they are not gold This technique has a long history all over the world originally reserved for items of state and ceremony now it can be enjoyed by everyone Some threads are stitched over to secure them to the fabric others are cut and stitched through like beads This design fits in an 8 inch ring frame and is ideal for stitchers with a bit of experience The kit explores two types of couching chipping cutwork and felt padding In the box you get full instructions for each stitch with tips on how to achieve the best results Kit contains cotton calico fabric tulle fabric felt smooth purl rough purl bright check pearl purl needles wire brooch pin design and full instructions
    https://www.laurelin.co.uk/products/flower-brooch-goldwork-embroidery-kit (2016-04-29)


  • Products – Page 3 – Laurelin
    Silk Merino Threads Goldwork Threads Silk Ribbons Whitework Threads Blackwork Threads Tools Accessories Scissors Needles Embroidery Hoops Frames Mellors Stilettos Fabric Greeting Cards Tuition Commissions Gallery Gallery Student Gallery How To Guides Goldwork About Me Home Products Products Browse by All Blackwork Embroidery Kits costume Crewel Wool Crewel work Crewel Work Embroidery Kits embroidery eyelets goldwork Goldwork Embroidery Kits Goldwork Threads Jacobean scissors Silk Ribbon Embroidery Kits Silk Shading Embroidery Kits Stumpwork Embroidery Kits tapestry whitework Whitework Embroidery Kits Sort by Featured Best Selling Alphabetically A Z Alphabetically Z A Price low to high Price high to low Date new to old Date old to new Poised for Flight Whitework Embroidery Kit Laurelin 24 95 Pomegranate Jacobean Crewel Work Embroidery Kit Laurelin 29 95 Pumpkin Silk Shading Embroidery Kit Laurelin 24 95 Raspberry Stumpwork Embroidery Kit Laurelin 9 95 Retro Flower Stumpwork Embroidery Kit Laurelin 24 95 Rose Sachet Silk Ribbon Embroidery Kit Laurelin 24 95 Silver Mistletoe Stumpwork Embroidery Kit Laurelin 19 95 Sneaky Snail Mountmellick Whitework Embroidery Kit Laurelin 24 95 Toadstool Whitework Embroidery Kit Laurelin 24 95 Tree of Life Jacobean Crewelwork Embroidery Kit Laurelin 29 95 Tudor Monogram Blackwork Embroidery Kit Laurelin 29 95 Tudor Rose
    https://www.laurelin.co.uk/collections/all?page=3 (2016-04-29)

  • Products – Page 6 – Laurelin
    Shading Embroidery Kits Silk Ribbon Embroidery Kits Stumpwork Embroidery Kits Whitework Embroidery Kits Threads Crewel Wool Silk Merino Threads Goldwork Threads Silk Ribbons Whitework Threads Blackwork Threads Tools Accessories Scissors Needles Embroidery Hoops Frames Mellors Stilettos Fabric Greeting Cards Tuition Commissions Gallery Gallery Student Gallery How To Guides Goldwork About Me Home Products Products Browse by All Blackwork Embroidery Kits costume Crewel Wool Crewel work Crewel Work Embroidery Kits embroidery eyelets goldwork Goldwork Embroidery Kits Goldwork Threads Jacobean scissors Silk Ribbon Embroidery Kits Silk Shading Embroidery Kits Stumpwork Embroidery Kits tapestry whitework Whitework Embroidery Kits Sort by Featured Best Selling Alphabetically A Z Alphabetically Z A Price low to high Price high to low Date new to old Date old to new Smooth Purl Benton Johnson From 2 00 Soft Cotton String Tapestry Cotton DMC 1 75 Spangles Benton Johnson From 2 75 Stiletto Peter Hall Sons 18 00 Tapestry Needles John James From 2 00 Twist 1 1 2 Benton Johnson From 0 60 White Coton a Broder 16 DMC 1 50 White Lace Thread Finca 2 00 White Perle Cotton No 12 DMC 2 25 White Perle Cotton No 5 DMC 2 25 White Perle Cotton No 8
    https://www.laurelin.co.uk/collections/all?page=6 (2016-04-29)


  • Embroidery Kits – Laurelin
    Merino Threads Goldwork Threads Silk Ribbons Whitework Threads Blackwork Threads Tools Accessories Scissors Needles Embroidery Hoops Frames Mellors Stilettos Fabric Greeting Cards Tuition Commissions Gallery Gallery Student Gallery How To Guides Goldwork About Me Home Embroidery Kits Embroidery Kits Browse by All Blackwork Embroidery Kits Crewel Work Embroidery Kits Goldwork Embroidery Kits Silk Ribbon Embroidery Kits Silk Shading Embroidery Kits Stumpwork Embroidery Kits Whitework Embroidery Kits Sort by Featured Best Selling Alphabetically A Z Alphabetically Z A Price low to high Price high to low Date new to old Date old to new Acorns Goldwork Embroidery Kit Laurelin 24 95 Angelfish Whitework Embroidery Kit Laurelin From 24 95 Aurora Goldwork Embroidery Kit Laurelin 29 95 Autumn Leaf Jacobean Crewel Work Embroidery Kit Laurelin 18 95 Autumn Maple Whitework Embroidery Kit Laurelin From 24 95 Blackbird Blackwork Embroidery Kit Laurelin 9 95 Bumblebee Stumpwork Embroidery Kit Laurelin 12 95 Butterfly Blackwork in Colour Embroidery Kit Laurelin 24 95 Button Butterfly Stumpwork Embroidery Kit Laurelin 9 95 Crocus Silk Shading Embroidery Kit Laurelin 29 95 Curly Leaf Goldwork Embroidery Kit Laurelin 34 95 Daisy Sampler Whitework Embroidery Kit Laurelin From 24 95 Daisy Daisy Goldwork Embroidery Kit Laurelin 24 95 Drawn Thread
    https://www.laurelin.co.uk/collections/embroidery-kits?page=1 (2016-04-29)

  • Felt Padding – Laurelin
    Frames Mellors Stilettos Fabric Greeting Cards Tuition Commissions Gallery Gallery Student Gallery How To Guides Goldwork About Me Felt Padding Padding gives depth to your goldwork and felt is the simplest way to achieve this Choose felt to match the dominant metal threads i e yellow for gold and green for green An easy way to make sure your felt pieces are the right size and shape is to cut out paper templates from your original design Depending on how highly raised you want the finished goldwork to be cut between one and five layers of padding Cut out the paper templates and then cut one layer of felt the exact size of the template This will be the top layer The rest of the layers should be progressively smaller and follow the same general shape Position the smallest felt piece in the centre of the shape to be padded Cast on a length of machine sewing thread in a fine needle To secure the felt m ake a small stitch every 8mm 1 4 around the shape bringing the needle up in the background and down in the edge of the felt Once the felt is securely attached go
    https://www.laurelin.co.uk/pages/felt-padding (2016-04-29)

  • String Padding – Laurelin
    Threads Blackwork Threads Tools Accessories Scissors Needles Embroidery Hoops Frames Mellors Stilettos Fabric Greeting Cards Tuition Commissions Gallery Gallery Student Gallery How To Guides Goldwork About Me String Padding String padding is the best foundation for cutwork because it is very densely worked Choose soft cotton string to match the dominant metal threads i e yellow for gold and green for green First work out how much string you will need Measure the length of the shape you need to pad and fold the string so that you have lots of pieces the same length Twist the string tightly together and hold it against the widest part of the design the string should fill the shape with a tiny bit of space on either side Make sure you count the lengths before you unfold the string Waxing the whole length of soft cotton string run it across the surface of some beeswax at least four times until it is well coated and feels slightly sticky Then fold it back up Cast on a doubled length of matching thread within the shape Bring the needle up just inside the drawn outline at the widest point Take the needle down just inside the outline on the opposite side catching the string within the stitch Make sure that you pull quite firmly on the thread so that the string bunches together tightly Continue to stitch along the shape placing the stitches about 4mm 1 8 apart Where the shape narrows lift the soft string up and away from the fabric Separate the strands and choose a few of the ones closest to the fabric Trim these away leaving as little excess as possible Make another stitch about 4mm 1 8 along and repeat the process Continue in this way to the end of
    https://www.laurelin.co.uk/pages/string-padding (2016-04-29)

  • Couching – Laurelin
    Commissions Gallery Gallery Student Gallery How To Guides Goldwork About Me Couching Metal threads with a core of cotton such as Japanese thread and twist are usually couched down in pairs though they may be used singly on occasion If you are stitching a fairly short line estimate the length of metal thread you will need and cut to size If you are stitching a very long line or filling a shape it may be easier to bring two lengths together and cut to size later Use a single waxed machine thread for the stitching Begin at one end of a line or shape Make a small stitch catching the metal thread about 5cm 2 from its end and make sure that the two lengths lie comfortably together both flat against the fabric Make another stitch about 4mm 1 8 along the line The stitch should be at right angles to the metal thread and large enough to allow both lengths to sit on the fabric neatly without twisting but small enough to prevent them from moving around Repeat this all the way along the line making a stitch every 4mm 1 8 At the end make a double stitch to secure it and cast off the thread If you are filling a shape the next row should run parallel with the first with each stitch on this row sitting between two on the first row to create a brick pattern Now you will need to plunge the metal threads through to the back It is important to plunge one length at a time First use the large sharp needle to make a hole in the fabric Then thread the very tip of one length of metal thread into the large needle and take it through the hole It will
    https://www.laurelin.co.uk/pages/couching (2016-04-29)

  • Couching Pearl Purl – Laurelin
    Student Gallery How To Guides Goldwork About Me Log in Create account Search Home Embroidery Kits Blackwork Embroidery Kits Goldwork Embroidery Kits Crewel Work Embroidery Kits Silk Shading Embroidery Kits Silk Ribbon Embroidery Kits Stumpwork Embroidery Kits Whitework Embroidery Kits Threads Crewel Wool Silk Merino Threads Goldwork Threads Silk Ribbons Whitework Threads Blackwork Threads Tools Accessories Scissors Needles Embroidery Hoops Frames Mellors Stilettos Fabric Greeting Cards Tuition Commissions Gallery Gallery Student Gallery How To Guides Goldwork About Me Couching Pearl Purl Pearl purl makes an ideal decorative outline The varying weights add depth and interest to a design Before using any pearl purl it is important to prepare it properly Hold each end firmly between finger and thumb or grip with tweezers VERY GENTLY stretch the purl wire NOT so much that you can see gaps between each coil Cast on a single gold coloured sewing thread at one end of the line and use a tiny stitch to secure the end of the Pearl Purl Turning the purl will help you get the end in exactly the right position Then place a stitch over the purl every few coils pulling so that the thread disappears between the coil At
    https://www.laurelin.co.uk/pages/couching-pearl-purl (2016-04-29)


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