This is a YouTube tutorial header that says "Swedish Pocket DIY" and shows the image of an 18 inch doll wearing a Swedish type of purse called a "Pocket" with hand embroidery embellishing it. The URL where you can find both the free printable pdf pattern for making this pocket purse and the tutorial video that walks you through how to make a Swedish pocket step by step can be found at ChellyWood.com

Sew traditional Swedish pocket for 18 inch dolls w/ #FreePDF #sewingpatterns #Dalarna

Here are the free, printable sewing patterns for the 18-inch doll traditional Swedish pocket that you see in the video above: Free printable sewing pattern for 18 inch doll Swedish traditional pocket (click here for PDF download) You may also find these tutorial videos helpful when creating your pocket: How to do the satin stitch How to do a fly stitch Yarn and embroidery tutorials (all) … Continue reading Sew traditional Swedish pocket for 18 inch dolls w/ #FreePDF #sewingpatterns #Dalarna

Image shows the fabric of a doll's face inside an embroidery hoop, with a lovely blue eye on the doll's face. All around the eye, an embroiderer has used the satin stitch to sort of "paint" the eye, its eyelashes, and an eyebrow. The stitches are very delicate and lovely. Overlay says, "How to do the satin stitch" with a watermark of "chellyWood.com"

How to Do a Satin Stitch (Hand Embroidery) for the Swedish Pocket Purse #Crafting #Embroidery #Dolls

As the tutorial’s title implies, this video demonstrates the use of the basic satin stitch using hand embroidery, which I used to create the little hearts on the Swedish pocket purse, an accessory that’s part of the Swedish traditional costume ensemble. Today’s video also demonstrates the surface satin stitch, which is very useful for creating a sort of “painted” look on a doll or soft … Continue reading How to Do a Satin Stitch (Hand Embroidery) for the Swedish Pocket Purse #Crafting #Embroidery #Dolls

The image shows a needle and embroidery floss. The floss is wrapped around the needle in one loop. The overlay says, "Single Twist French Knot" and the video which accompanies this header image shows how to create a single-loop French knot using an embroidery needle and embroidery floss. The video was produced by Chelly Wood, whose website, ChellyWood.com offers free printable sewing patterns (specializing in small-scale sewing crafts and free doll clothes patterns). The overlay of this image includes the URL ChellyWood.com where this video tutorial for French knot embroidery can be found.

Hand #Embroidery Stitch: How to Make a Single-loop French Knot #DIY #Tutorial

Whether you consider mine a “true” French knot or more of a variation on the more traditional double-loop French knot, this stitch creates a lovely bead-sized bump, that appears like a tiny rose bud on embroidered leaves or as a false bead on a garment. On my upcoming windmill pincushion project, I used this knotting technique to create tiny pink rose buds in the flower … Continue reading Hand #Embroidery Stitch: How to Make a Single-loop French Knot #DIY #Tutorial

The image shows a close-up of the whipped running stitch (an embroidery stitch used for decoration). It also has the heading, "Whipped Running Stitch" but it should also be noted that this embroidery stitch is sometimes called the "cordonnet stitch". This is a header for a youtube tutorial video showing how to do the cordonnet stitch (how to do a whipped running stitch). The image also shows the website where more embroidery tutorials like this one can be found: ChellyWood.com.

How to do a whipped running stitch or cordonnet stitch in #embroidery @ ChellyWood.com

As many of you know, I sew a lot of my doll clothes by hand. You may not realize that as part of my passion for the needle and thread, I also do a bit of hand embroidery. Every now and then, you’ll see that some of my doll clothes will have embroidered edges, in my videos. The whipped running stitch (sometimes called a cordonnet … Continue reading How to do a whipped running stitch or cordonnet stitch in #embroidery @ ChellyWood.com