Wednesday, April 29, 2015

1787 Fraktur Punch Needle Design...

1787 Fraktur Punch Needle Design - ThreeSheepStudio.com
 1787 Fraktur Punch Needle Project

One of my favorite things to do,
when starting a new punch needle design,
is to pull all the potential colors I might need.
Valdani Perle Cotton makes this job so easy !!
There are so many yummy colors to choose from -
where to begin ??



1787 Fraktur Punch Needle Design - ThreeSheepStudio.com

I will usually pull more shades than I will use - 
but, I cannot make a final decision until the design
begins to take shape and I can see
how the colors work together.

I have been researching Fraktur Designs and was
pleasantly surprised that a large majority
originated right here in Pennsylvania.

Often times Deeds were recorded on the most
gorgeous Fraktur documents.
I wish we still handled our offical paperwork 
in such a beautiful way.



Valdani Perle Cotton Thread - ThreeSheepStudio.com

I am now carrying Valdani Thread Bundles
in my Studio,  for many of my Punch Needle Patterns.
(Thanks to those who asked about them ;)

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Have a creative day...
Rose


11 comments:

  1. Those Valdani threads are so beautiful!
    Hugs :)
    Lauren

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  2. I do love those colors and I am starting to really like Fraktur designs. That is interesting that they did those designs on the documents. I wondered where it originated from.
    I will get out that punch needle again. I keep thinking I just need to get over my fear. Not being about to do it perfect the first time is something I need to get over.
    I can't wait to see what design you came up with. I bet it will be rich and beautiful.

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    1. Jump back in and go for it, I was in 68 when I learned this and rug hooking last year.
      Rose was my on line "go to" when first learning about np. I got her little sheep with all the supplies and even did her signature beaded blanket stitch, I was thrilled it looked like the picture. She has such beautiful needlework.
      I will never get all the patterns done I want from so many great designers.

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  3. I would like that design when you are ready to release it and those colors of Valdani are beautiful.

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  4. My husband's family has German Marriage documents with the most stunning colored designs on them, such works of art.
    Another beautiful design.

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  5. Oh my beautiful,
    I need some pretties too.
    I just starting working from home again but maybe when things calm down we can make that punch needle date,
    Woolie Hugs to you friend

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  6. Love all varigated variety! Good to know you are carrying it in your shop now as it's Valdani is my favorite perle cotton!!

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  7. Hi Rose - guess I'm almost a month late visiting here!
    This design is going to be wonderful. I will look for it.
    Now I've used the 3 strand Valdani but not the Perle. It punches just as good as the 3 strand? I think it would look even BETTER!
    Blessings
    Karen

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  8. I have some Valdani yarn. Can anyone tell me how many strands to use in my #3ogolichkoy needle?

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  9. Hi Rose Marie...
    The Punch Needle Marketplace handles the Olochkoy punchneedle.
    They have wonderful instructions on how to use it and yarn recommendations.
    The yarn recommendations can be found here...
    http://www.punchneedlemarketplace.com/about_yarns.htm

    Hope this helps !
    Rose

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So glad to have you here visiting...
would love to hear your thoughts !
Rose