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December 20th: Katie Luther!

Katharina Von Bora: Luther’s Faithful Companion Especially for those in the Lutheran tradition, Katharina Von Bora Luther is often thought of as a hero of the Reformation. Most people know… Read more December 20th: Katie Luther!

From Inspiration Source to Stitching

Putting inspiration into action is often a difficult thing when it comes to starting a new Ecclesiastical Embroidery project, especially if it is a little larger hand embroidery project. A larger hand embroidery project can entail size, technique, design complexity of the embroidery pattern, and many more concerns.  Taking those first stitches, however, and having them look well is a thrill! Over the past week or so, I have been writing about the Easter Set Pulpit fall, the steps taken to get that framed up, and the design transferred using the… Read more From Inspiration Source to Stitching

All in a Day’s Work

Before the day is over, it’s time to share a quick update in Ecclesiastical Sewing on the newest Ecclesiastical Embroidery Design project for the Easter Pulpit Fall http://blog.ecclesiasticalsewing.com/2014/08/08/93/.  This is the design I shared a few days ago.  After a few detours, tonight I am happy to announce the linen is in the frame.  With any luck, by tomorrow, the pouncing and tracing will be finished. I have not had a chance to use the Millennium Frames from Needle Needs yet. There must always be a first time for everything.  Not… Read more All in a Day’s Work

New Frames Mean New Projects

New frames finally arrived on Monday, and so that means it is time to start a new Ecclesiastical Embroidery project!  I ordered the Millenium Frame in several sizes from Needle Needs in early April.  It took quite a while for them to arrive. So now it is time to give them a try!  I have the perfect Ecclesiastical Embroidery Design just waiting to try out on the new frames. The project is part of the Easter Vestment Set that I first told you about in The Tale of Two Lambs. … Read more New Frames Mean New Projects

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