Sunday, February 24, 2013

Lazy Daisy Stitch - Detached Chain Tutorial By Carol Daisy of Embroideries From Daisy's Garden

One of the most widely used stitches in silk ribbon embroidery is the lazy daisy stitch. I just love it and hope you do, too. If you do then you'll be happy to know that Carol Daisy created a lazy daisy stitch tutorial on her Silk Ribbon Embroidery blog that she is sharing with all of us. Good luck with your lazy daisy stitches.

Lazy Daisy Stitch - Detached Chain

Copyright © 2009 - All Rights Reserved - Written by Carol Daisy of Embroideries From Daisy's Garden.

Here's what Carol had to say about her tutorial:For those of you who have used this stitch before will know how
EASY and VERSATILE this stitch can be.
When working Lazy Daisy Stitch in ribbon it is known as Detached Chain.

Please respect Carol's TERMS OF USE:  The patterns and designs are available for your private use only & remain the copyright of "Embroideries from Daisy's Garden". Ribbon Embroidery Supplies are available from our Website " Embroideries From Daisy's Garden."

Carol's Bio: My life is at the stage that I can indulge in my interests of Embroidery and Crafts. Ribbons,beads,threads, laces and trims all have a special place here in my studio. 

My childhood was spent on the family dairy farm in Toowoomba, Queensland. When I was about 12 years old, my Grandmother (nicknamed Daisy – hence the name Daisy’s Garden) introduced me to the joys of needlework. I am so thankful to her for giving me a skill that I could enjoy and build upon for life. After the chores were done, whenever I had some spare time, I would sit quietly on the front porch and stitch away. I remember these times so fondly. When I retired, and finally had some time to myself, I had the desire to do embroidery again. I didn’t get far with the fancy work tablecloth however, once I discovered Silk Ribbon Embroidery, I became addicted!

Copyright © 2009 - All Rights Reserved - Carol Daisy of Embroideries From Daisy's Garden.

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