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In this issue we showcase an exciting, world-first introduction to Chinese Random Stitch Embroidery by international teacher Margaret Lee, who has used these techniques to work a stunning, realistic pomegranate in vibrant shades of red.
We also feature figurative stumpwork for the first time with a dashing Robin Hood holding a bow and arrow by Kay Dennis.
Continue your stitching adventures with a flamboyant threadpainted hummingbird, exquisite whitework in Hardanger and Schwalm, beautiful crewel and surface embroidery worked on a linen tote or drawstring bag and delightful, dimensional woodland-themed sewing accessories.
'Inspirations Issue 106' features the following projects:
Pomegranate by Margaret Lee
Discover the amazing potential of Random Stitch Embroidery with this exquisite embroidered study
Pane Di Casa by Elisabetta Sforza
Italian linen bread bag adorned with poppies, cornflowers and wheat in surface embroidery
Coquette by Renette Kumm
Ornate hummingbird depicted in threadpainting
Delicate Stitches by Di Kirchner
Hardanger embroidery worked on fine linen
Robin Hood by Kay Dennis & Michael Dennis
Fabulous figurative stumpwork featuring Robin Hood beneath a shady tree
Field of Flowers by Deborah Love
Whitework mat with flowers worked using a compelling variety of traditional Schwalm fillings
Into the Forest by Ana Mallah
Woodland themed felt sewing accessories charmingly embellished with raised and surface embroidery