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Blackwork embroidery

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Blackwork embroidery. Get inspired and try out new things.
blackwork fill-in patterns from Lesley Wilkins Beginner’s Guide to Blackwork - cross stitch    I've been planning a largeish-scale blackwork project. These may come in handy...

When I first got interested in blackwork I decided I wouldn’t burn myself out on it. Typically, when I start a new craft I read as much as I can about it and then tackle a project that captur…

Color My World: Blackwork Bookmarks

Finished up a couple of Blackwork bookmarks in July. We spent a couple of days at my In-Law's cabin on a lake. If I wasn't helping with meals or reading, I was stitching under the trees. It was such a relaxing couple of days. The basic pattern, for the bookmark above, is from my Blackwork Made Easy Book by Leslie Wilkins. The other bookmark shown below was a pattern I found on Pinterest. They just need a nice little backing and then will be put into my Bible. That's all for today. Until…

This chart is a Blackwork embroidery design in our Blackwork Heart series The design is worked in backstitch and has been designed for 14 hpi Aida but sizes and thread amounts are given for different thread counts. Design area is 4.6in x 10.5in (11.6 x 26.5cm)  It can be used to produce a picture, cushion panel, bag etc. The hearts can be used individually to make cards.  Try using different coloured thread. Spaced dyed and variegated also work well, darker or medium shades work best. Light colo

This chart is a Blackwork embroidery design in our Blackwork Heart series The design is worked in backstitch and has been designed for 14 hpi Aida but sizes and thread amounts are given for different thread counts. Design area is 4.6in x 10.5in (11.6 x 26.5cm) It can be used to produce a picture, cushion panel, bag etc. The hearts can be used individually to make cards. Try using different coloured thread. Spaced dyed and variegated also work well, darker or medium shades work best. Light…