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1  NEEDLEWORK / Needlework: Completed Projects / Audrey's head?! Embroidered teatowel in the making. on: June 21, 2005 10:51:56 AM
Hi, this is my first post of my own work. woo, woo. i am a shoe. haha. random joke. anyway, ive been embroidering a teadtowl for my best friends birthday and it hasnt got very far but i am posting my progress so far.  i think ill do some more cute designs around, and maybe write a poem or something onto a piece of pabric and sew it on.  then it will be a wall hanging! hurrah.

anyway. i used a sketch of audrey hepburn i found on the internet (hence the non filled hair-edness) and i used washable fabric pen to trace it on. i hope you like.  Cheesy  Kiss

(ironing is for chumps)

and a close up-
2  NEEDLEWORK / Needlework: Discussion and Questions / felt? is this even in the right category? on: May 20, 2005 09:25:29 AM
hi all, i'm new.

just a quick question - i'm planning to stick on a piece of felt onto a hoodie/jumper etc, and i was wondering, would it be a better idea to use fabric glue? or to sew it on? or both? and if i did sew it on, how can i make the stitches as invisible as possible?

i want to decorate a hoodie for my bro whos going away to uni in a few months, so i want it to last as long as poss.

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