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I never did any bargello pattern as I mainly do cross stitch now that I do proper stretch frame love to try some in future

The first stitch is a single herringbone and then filled in the curve with closed herringbone making bigger stitches on the outside curve. I suggest you draw the shape/curve you want onto the fabric. It is quick and easy to do and can be used 'as is' or add extra stitches and beads for a CQ block.

The first stitch is a single herringbone and then filled in the curve with closed herringbone making bigger stitches on the outside curve. I suggest you draw the shape/curve you want onto the fabric. It is quick and easy to do and can be used 'as is' or add extra stitches and beads for a CQ block.

I ❤ embroidery . . . Sarah's Step by step Tutorial- The diamond eyelet stitch is technically worked like the algerian eye stitch. Only, it works around a diamond outline, & carries more spokes (straight stitches) for a filled effect. Again, this can be used wonderfully over even weave cloth to create great textured fillings. This diamond shaped illustration shows working the straight stitches from the outside to the centre. You can work the straight stitches from the centre too.

I ❤ embroidery . . . Sarah's Step by step Tutorial- The diamond eyelet stitch is technically worked like the algerian eye stitch. Only, it works around a diamond outline, & carries more spokes (straight stitches) for a filled effect. Again, this can be used wonderfully over even weave cloth to create great textured fillings. This diamond shaped illustration shows working the straight stitches from the outside to the centre. You can work the straight stitches from the centre too.

Canvas work is one of the oldest forms of embroidery. Bargello, or Florentine stitch is a great way of starting canvas work. Scroll to the end for a free chair seat pattern to get you started.

Learn Bargello Stitch - Make Beautiful Designs on Canvas

Canvas work is one of the oldest forms of embroidery. Bargello, or Florentine stitch is a great way of starting canvas work. Scroll to the end for a free chair seat pattern to get you started.

Tecido: creme 25CT Lugana  Tópicos: DMC perle n º 5 e n ​​º 8 e encalhado algodão (Ecru, 368, 498)

Tecido: creme 25CT Lugana Tópicos: DMC perle n º 5 e n ​​º 8 e encalhado algodão (Ecru, 368, 498)

I still have to try some bargello needlework. so much potential

1960s 70s vintage bright Florentine bargello needlework

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