Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Embroidery Paper Transfer How-To by Carina Envoldsen-Harris of Carina's Craftblog

If you've ever wondered how to embroider using transfer paper then you'll be happy to know that Carina Envoldsen-Harris has a wonderful how-to showing you how.  Enjoy!

Copyright © 2011 - All Rights Reserved - Written by Carina Envoldsen-Harris of Carina's Craftblog blog.

Here's what Carina had to say about her how-to: I meant to share this tutorial with you last year *ahem* and either forgot/got busy/or some other reason I can't remember now. I just came across the photos and thought it's now or never, because if I didn't do it now, the images might lay forgotten in their file for another year. Or more.

So. This is a way to 'transfer' a pattern to cloth when all you have is regular printer paper or similar and no fancy transfer tools or materials of any kind. Because it's not 100% ideal, but it will do in a pinch.

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Carina's Bio: Carina is a Danish girl living in Essex, England with her husband. She's an artist and crafter who loves to crochet, draw, sew, paint, and embroider.

Copyright © 2011 - All Rights Reserved - Written by Carina Envoldsen-Harris of Carina's Craftblog blog. Please visit Carina's new Carina's Craftblog blog at ,  her website, her Carina Wardi Etsy shop, and her Polka & Bloom Etsy shop .

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