The final result of my first project for
“Craft with Racaire” – Needle roll
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Welcome to my embroidered needle roll tutorial. This detailed step by step tutorial shows how I make my hand embroidered needle rolls by using several medieval techniques.
The needle roll tutorial includes special practical information concerning the medieval embroidery technique “German Brick Stitch” as well as a step by step photo tutorial for a nice medieval finishing technique for the borders.
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“Craft with Racaire” – Project #1 – Needle roll:
1st step & posting: “Craft with Racaire – Needle roll #1“
This step is about getting all the materials for this embroidery project together and some basic tips & hints concerning choosing your materials.
2nd step & posting: “Craft with Racaire – Needle roll #1 & German Brick Stitch Pattern #2”
This step explains how to read the chart of my German Brick Stitch Pattern #2. Furthermore I provide some tips and tricks of how you can work this medieval embroidery technique and how you can simplify your life when you are working on medieval German Brick Stitch embroidery. Finally we start with the embroidery.
3rd step & posting – the assembling of the needle roll
During this step we will assemble the needle roll.
4th step & posting – medieval finishing technique for the border
After the assembling we start with the seam treatment at the borders.
5th step & posting: “Craft with Racaire – Project #1 – Step 5 – Summery“
5.1 Finishing – last work at the padding
5.2 Finishing – the cords for the fastening/closing
5.3 Finishing – fast and easy tassels
Finally we will finish the needle roll – here you will see how to make the cords for the closing & rather basic and easy tassels.
…and some other needle rolls:
At the picture on the left you can see needle roll #1 and two other embroidered needle rolls finished by using the techniques described above. Read more about them here: More German Brick Stitch embroidery – Needle Roll 2 & 3 finished