Monday, April 8, 2019

Punch Needle and Hand Embroidery Combo...

Country House in the Spring - Punch Needle design by Rose Clay at ThreeSheepStudio.com

I loved working on this 
Punch Needle piece...



Country House in the Spring - Punch Needle design by Rose Clay at ThreeSheepStudio.com

There is just something about
the gorgeous shades of
variegated Perle Cotton...



Country House in the Spring - Punch Needle design by Rose Clay at ThreeSheepStudio.com

But, most of all I love when I get to 
combine BOTH Punch Needle Embroidery
and Hand Embroidery.



Country House in the Spring - Punch Needle design by Rose Clay at ThreeSheepStudio.com




Punch Needle Tip:

How to keep the details in your punch needle design crisp and clear - Rose Clay at ThreeSheepStudio.com

When you are punching a design and
turn over your hoop or frame,
this is what you might see...
lines and edges that have "blurred".



How to keep the details in your punch needle design crisp and clear - Rose Clay at ThreeSheepStudio.com

As you punch the various areas,
use your needle tip to nudge any stray loops
into place on the front.
This will keep the details in your design,
crisp and clear.




'Country House in the Spring' punch needle design by Rose Clay at ThreeSheepStudio.com

Country House...
in the Spring
This design uses a combination of 
punching and a few simple 
hand embroidery stitches.
It's a fun combo and the pattern will guide you through 
the easy steps to bring it all together.

For pattern and to learn more...
go to COUNTRY HOUSE.

Have a wonderful start to your week my Friends...
Rose

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7 comments:

  1. Love this design !!! Thank you for the tip ...I always tend to blur those detailed lines & get so frustrated !!! Loved browsing your Instagram too !!!

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  2. Its lovely and I will use this tip. Its been so busy around here but I think I am at a place to finally start Mr. Bilbo. When my oldest little girl was two, she would wear these little overalls and we would always say, "Mr Bilbo Baggins what do you have in your pocketes," I can't spell it quite right. She always had funny things in her pockets. Isn't it sweet the things you remember? Have a lovely day.

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  3. Oh thanks for the tip I am a very new punch person and get very discouraged when thinks become blurry when punched.
    Cathy

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  4. Great tip Rose! Some day I will learn how to do this. Janice

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  5. Thank you for sharing that tip. As someone who is beginning to learn punch needle I need all the tips and help anyone is willing to share.

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  6. I have done punch needle but never as good as yours, thank-you for the tip.

    Catherine

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Rose