Fabrics - work on vintage stamped-for-embroidery projects, linen or cotton that has a weave you can see. For outline stitches try fabric with a finer weave. Smooth cottons work best for iron-on transfer patterns. Crisp fabrics are easier to handle without stretching and pulling. You can also also embroider on wool felt, flannel, gingham and huck toweling. There are linens called embroidery blanks designed specifically for embroidery.
SILAÏ: contemporary embroidery Charlotte Lancelot for GAN celebrates the beauty of the age-old art of the handmade
The decorative patterns on this pillow cover are accented with fine embroidery that adds definition to the charming design. •20" square •Made of linen. •Cotton/linen blend embroidery. •Reverses to solid. •Zip closure.