Nota prévia à “série bainhas abertas” / Previous note to “drawn threads series”

Já diversas vezes afirmei que sou amadora, com estas linhas e agulhas.
Com esta série pretendo partilhar o que sei, como eu faço e aprender convosco. Espero, portanto, muita participação. Sei que há sempre várias maneiras de fazer a mesma coisa – aqui vou referir como, a mim, me dá mais jeito. Mas também gostava de aprender alternativas. Por isso participem e corrijam-me, por favor!
Os dois primeiros artigos são dirigidos a principiantes, pois lembro-me bem as asneiras que fiz, quando comecei… por não ter tido em conta certos pormenores.
Até breve.

I’ve stated several times that I am an amateur, with these needles and threads. With this series I intend to share what I know, as I do and learn from you. So I hope much participation. I know there are always several ways to do the same thing – here I only can refer to my way. But I would enjoy learning alternatives too. Please participate in and correct me both the techniques and my English as well! (I’m afraid about the technical terms)
The first two articles are aimed at beginners, because I well remember the bad things I did when I started … not taking account of certain details.
See you soon.

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8 thoughts on “Nota prévia à “série bainhas abertas” / Previous note to “drawn threads series”

  1. Eu sou principiante, com muita vontade de apender, por isso gostaria de participar.
    Acho que esta sua fantástica idéia será benéfica para todas.
    Bons bordados
    Teresa

  2. Vamos a isso Teresa!
    É só ficar atenta ao que vai saindo por aqui. Vou devagar, para dar tempo a fazerem todas as perguntas que quiserem, aqui, nos comentários, ou enviando-me email. Responderei logo que possível e… se souber !

  3. I have found your blog through Craft Gossip. I am following you now and will be looking forward to your upcoming posts. I took a moment to read some of your past posts and noticed the one on Luzine Happel. I am stitching a piece from her upcoming book for left handers and I am enjoying every minute of it.
    Nice to meet you,
    Deb

  4. Hello Meri, Your blog is beautiful as well as your embroidery. The red hearts for pins you just finished are fascinating. I am following you now and looking forward to this Drawn Thread SAL. judy

  5. @ Deb Thank so much and wellcome! Luzine is a great teacher! I haven’t yet finished the work you are doing – shame on me :( I must inform you that I’m not left hander…
    @ Judy Thank you and welcome too! (i’m not sure what a SAL is…)
    @ Margaret thanks, it is scheduled for next Monday – hope it works :-|

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