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Tuesday, May 8, 2012




                                                 WORKING INSTRUCTIONS

GETTING STARTED:-   Before starting embroidery, flatten out the canvas to remove creases.


 1. This picture is worked in simple long stitches throughout. Begin by threading the needle with all six strands of an appropriate color of thread.

2. Insert needle from the reverse of the canvas to the front of the canvas.

3. Leave a 1" long tail on the reverse of the canvas and hold it down against the canvas.

4. Work simple long stitches, making sure that the first several stitches cover and secure the tail on the reverse as indicated in Fig. (Click on image to enlarge)

Here is the video..


1. Work the stitches vertically except in areas marked (------>), where the stitches are worked horizontally.

2. The printed outline of the design differentiated between two areas of color. Therefore the holes on the outline between two areas should be used for both the areas. This will ensure that there are no gaps and the canvas will be completely filled up as indicated in Fig. (Click on image to enlarge)

Here is the video..

3. To prevent soiling of your work, I recommend that you commence embroidery with the dark shades first, and finish with lighter ones.


1. To finish, weave the thread through the back of the stitches already worked and snip off.

2. Once finished, turn the canvas and press with an iron on the wrong side. Do not slide the iron on the canvas as the threads may get disturbed. Instead, lift and press to flatten canvas and secure stitches in place.

3.An embroidered piece may be dry-cleaned but under no circumstances should it be hand/machine washed.

4. Frame as desired, depending on the decor and location of the room.


1. To ensure an even tension of work, it is important to work the design as directed, so that you have simple long straight stitches in front and on the reverse of the canvas. Do not work back stitch on the reverse.

2. Work with fairly short lengths of thread to avoid knotting and tangling of thread. If your thread gets twisted, then hold the canvas and let the needle  drop, the thread will untwist.

3. Do not pass long threads from one place to another, especially dark colors behind light colors, as the thread will show trough. It is better to finish of and start a fresh.

- Pinx...


  1. That is an absolutely smashing piece of work and thanks for sharing the way to make it. You should really try selling these pieces at Craftsvilla.

    It is an online store where sellers can open shop and sell their items and these would definitely find place there.

  2. As an encouraging mum, if I can say so myself, I had a nice time recently with my two kids to decorate their room in our new house that we just moved into. There were lots of the children's art work, made at home and school, that we happily put on the wall.
    Then we spent time together sitting in front of the iMac and looked through the big collection of digital images that had for their customers to select from and have printed as canvas prints. The kids together chose this painting for their room, Ivan Horse by Edmund Dulac,, that we ordered online to have delivered to our new house.

  3. Wow..awesome creations.


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