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« Reply #50 on: August 08, 2013 04:21:03 PM »

I can't wait to see how that paperclay doll turns out. It's wonderful.
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« Reply #51 on: August 09, 2013 12:00:07 AM »

Thankyou everyone Smiley my plans for the doll I'm not sure yet... I just thought I'd try it and hoping something triggers a theme soon! Haha. So far ive got as far as pink or merino lambs wool hair. Lol. It's very slow to do... But relaxing Smiley
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« Reply #52 on: August 09, 2013 04:49:18 AM »

Where did you find those awesome eyes for your paperclay doll, Scrapkatt?
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« Reply #53 on: August 09, 2013 05:31:30 AM »

Where did you find those awesome eyes for your paperclay doll, Scrapkatt?

eBay Smiley getting doll supplies in uk is a nightmare and expensive! Lol secrist realistic eyes they were called.
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« Reply #54 on: August 09, 2013 05:41:05 AM »

Thanks!  I'll look for them.
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« Reply #55 on: August 10, 2013 06:36:14 AM »

Thank you all! I guess proper wasn't the right word. Cheesy I didn't have anything resembling embroidery needles or floss. I didn't have a hoop, either. That's why I used burlap, I only had a blunt needle that I used for bookbinding. And I hope I didn't come across as 'look at me'. I wanted to show I was serious about the craft.

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I just joined today. I'm a total beginner and really need to do more samplers.

I didn't have any 'proper' embroidery tools yet. But I really enjoy it.


Wow! You may be new to Craftster, but the creativeness and professionalism of what you've posted on Flicker shows that you're definitely not new to crafting. Looks like we oldsters have a lot we can learn from you. I especially love the bookbinding photos. I've never seen that elaborate a spine lacing before. We may need you to post some tutorials. Welcome aboard!

And if the embroidery you posted is an example of what you can do without the "proper" embroidery tools, can't wait to see what you could do with them. What "proper" tools are you needing?
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« Reply #56 on: August 10, 2013 06:43:03 AM »

Wow! That makes the piece even more amazing! I can't wait to see what else you make. I love that you wanted you wanted to stitch something and you didn't use the conventional route. That rocks!
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« Reply #57 on: August 10, 2013 03:30:14 PM »

Thank you all! I guess proper wasn't the right word. Cheesy I didn't have anything resembling embroidery needles or floss. I didn't have a hoop, either. That's why I used burlap, I only had a blunt needle that I used for bookbinding. And I hope I didn't come across as 'look at me'. I wanted to show I was serious about the craft.

Hi,

I just joined today. I'm a total beginner and really need to do more samplers.

I didn't have any 'proper' embroidery tools yet. But I really enjoy it.


Wow! You may be new to Craftster, but the creativeness and professionalism of what you've posted on Flicker shows that you're definitely not new to crafting. Looks like we oldsters have a lot we can learn from you. I especially love the bookbinding photos. I've never seen that elaborate a spine lacing before. We may need you to post some tutorials. Welcome aboard!

And if the embroidery you posted is an example of what you can do without the "proper" embroidery tools, can't wait to see what you could do with them. What "proper" tools are you needing?

I've been doing embroidery for more than 50 years (seriously!! I'm that ancient!). The one thing I've learned in all that time: there is no one right way to do anything. Using a larger, blunt point needle and yarn worked great on burlap. An embroidery needle and floss wouldn't have worked nearly as well. Kudos to you for using the tools and materials that were available to express yourself. It's refreshing and creative and I look forward to seeing more of your work.
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« Reply #58 on: August 10, 2013 07:59:10 PM »

Wow! There have been some really amazing projects shared in here. You guys are an awesome addition to the Craftster community and I can't wait to see more of your work.
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« Reply #59 on: August 12, 2013 01:31:53 PM »

Feeling really special right now, we newbies got our very own board. I'll be dropping off my first project here very soon. Smiley 
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