Craft with Racaire – Project #1 – Step 4 – medieval finishing technique for the border :)

Seam treatment at the border - RacaireOk, first we started with some embroidery and embroidered a nice “stripe” of fabric using a medieval embroidery technique – “German Brick Stitch” for our very first “Craft with Racaire” project – a small embroidered needle-roll.

…and yesterday I showed you in my detailed photo tutorial how to assemble the needle-roll.

Today I put together another very detailed photo tutorial for you. In this photo tutorial I will show you a nice medieval (or like some people like to call it: “period”) technique for the seam treatment at the borders.

“Medieval finishing technique for borders”

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…and finally, the detailed photo tutorial of my border treatment you were waiting for:

Warning! Prepare for many detailed step-by-step photos after this point.

And now we are really finished with the medieval finishing technique for the border – what you can do with the rest of your thread to secure the several layers of your padding and how to make a flower with the lazy daisy stitch – I will solve this mysteries in the next posting.
Best regards Racaire

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