Biscornu cross stitch
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How to make this biscornu. You will need: Linen DMC threads or any other threads of your choice Lightweight interfacing Fray check - if desired Polyester stuffing Swarovski crystal bead or any button or bead of your choice More information regarding this biscornu can be found on my blog here Use a slip stitch, ensuring you line up the centre carefully You should have the same amount of straight stitches on each side to match up perfectly, this ensures a perfectly shaped biscornu. You are now…
Helen Walker saved to biscorn
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Nancy de Rojas saved to Cross Stitch Mini
Scottish thistle biscornu cross stitch freebie -- how cool! Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
Zoe Glasscock saved to Cross stitch biscornu
Today I want to show you how to make a cross stitch biscornu. They are really easy to make even though they don't look it! Just grab the free cross stitch chart in this post and follow the instructions here and you'll be delighted at how quick and easy these cute little ornaments are to make.
Janie Bower-Hansen saved to Craft Ideas
This is my new free design for biscornu. A biscornu is a small french pincushion. I love making them because they are fast. 😀 I also like...
Catherine Lantiegne saved to Biscornu
My first 15 sided biscornu. 15 patterns Work Information Chart title/company : 15 Sided Biscornu / Getta's Chart size : each 20 x 20 stitches, 15 pieces Work size : 9 x 9 cm Fabric : Zweigart 28-count ivory Aida Floss : DMC 4265(variation) for full stitch, 3746 for back stitch, 370 for finishing Beads : Mill Hill Seed Beads 03004 Button : black rose button Click here to download charts and finishing. I downloaded them from Kathrin's Blog…
Pam Wagner saved to Embroidery
Yep, I did another mini biscornu, and this time I took some progress pics so I could write a tutorial on how to make the little critters! I should probably not say "little" because I've made one that is big enough to serve as a sofa pillow before, although most are in the 3" range. I spent the weekend doing some hand stitching on my JCS class project, and was at a good stopping place to rotate on to my February biscornu, so here you go..... This biscornu is another freebie from Tor Rhuann…
Becky Hall saved to Cross Stitch