Created by sarah on 06 Sep 2011
Here are some samples of redwork worked by some of my students.
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i started stiching on a nwe cloih. so u can put that photo also if u like.
I am impressed and proud that you have been continuing your interest in hand embroidery. If you wish to upload something you have stitched, use the function given below the comment box. You can scan your work and upload it yourself! 🙂 We would be glad to see what you have been stitching these days.
Sarah, seu trabalho é realmente muito bonito , percebemos carinho, amor no que voce faz e ensina.Parabéns! eu sou brasileira e vou continuar a “lendo” e vendo seu site.
Fico feliz em ouvir de você e feliz por saber que você tem gostado nossas páginas. 🙂
I am happy to hear from you and delighted to know that you have liked our pages. 🙂
this is not realy the one i wanted to show. but it was just lying so i tought of showing it.
I love the look of the redwork pieces. I am curious to learn how you and your students are using the finished work. I think an obvious use is on a cotton or linen hand towel or cocktail napkins, but I am wondering if you are using them for other functional purposes that won’t damage the designs. I prefer that the work has a functional use once I am finished with it rather than simply making a piece of artwork to frame (which is what I often did with embroidery when I learned it as a teenager). I appreciate the ideas you may have for me.
The samples shown here by my students are done over cushion covers which they can use casually in their rooms or couches. I thought this would be a good idea as not only is it functional, but is there for display always, and being young learners, they can always flaunt them to the others! 😀
I think redwork done over dish cloth corners, napkins, table cover edges, cushion covers, basket covers, parts of quilts and pillows, baby dresses, bibs, or maybe even shopping bags can be functional, good to look at, and not necessarily damage the designs. I can also suggest doing it over curtains too. Hope this has given you some idea. 🙂
Thank you Sarah !! i have done a small wall hanging ! studying from you , am trying to do and i love it
What a beautiful tree! I really liked the way you have executed he stitches to make this hanging. 🙂
Thank you dear , i will keep doing the work .
What beautiful work. Your stitching is perfect. I enjoy red work. I love these patterns…..would you share?
So pretty Girls and pretty Redworks!
I enjoy redwork too but your Scottie is look alive.
cause your stitches have the soul.
I have some redwork done in the early 1900’s by my great grandmother… I treasure them dearly!
That’s a treasure, Linda! Could you attach it and give us a glimpse of the redwork?!
You are fortunate to be such old redwork samples by your grandmother. Like Roxy said, we would love to have a look at it. So, if you want to share, you can do it here. 🙂
I was wondering where you got the pattern for the beautiful Scottie / Westie dog done in redwork!
hi mam , i need some easy designs to stitch on my plane chudidhar
Thank you for that very useful tips.Me and my daughter love it very much…God Bless…
Beautiful work! I don’t embroider but this is such a lovely site – I can’t stop looking at it!
bellissima questa pagina,ti scrivo da napoli.
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