Before we get to the next steps of how to sew a perfect fitting medieval 14th century stocking based on my most recent stocking pattern tutorial, I have the very first part of my Klosterstich hands on tutorial about “how to start Klosterstich embroidery” for you.
Already some time ago I promised to put together this Klosterstich hands on tutorial as an addition to my Klosterstich technique handout. It is a summery of my experience based on several Klosterstich classes which I hold throughout the last years.
My Klosterstich hands on tutorial is especially dedicated to all to you who are new to this kind of embroidery. And like always, I couldn’t resist to add some extra in-depth information as well as a book recommendation you might find interesting. 🙂
Klosterstich hands on tutorial – part 1
How to start your Klosterstich embroidery
During the last years I was often asked about the best way of how to start this kind of surface filling embroidery. Therefore I decided for this Klosterstich hands on tutorial to first show you a great way how to start and secure your very first thread before we actually start with the Klosterstich embroidery technique.
I think that a good and neat start makes it much easier to continue with your embroidery. It furthermore also keeps the backside of your embroidery nice and clean...
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I hope you enjoyed my first posting about “how to start your Klosterstich embroidery” for my new hands on Klosterstich tutorial.
In the next posting I will show you – step by step – how I actually work the Klosterstich technique. Until then you can enjoy my technical Klosterstich handout which you can download here:
Please feel free to download it and to store it in your binder for future reference. Enjoy! 😀