here’s the PDF for the little knight
and This first stage is quite simple and straightforward, with no fancy stuff. Just block in the areas shown using laid and couched word as per the previous tutorial
~ by opusanglicanum on January 28, 2016.
Posted in embroidery, stitchalong 2015 Tags: laid and couched work, lutrell psalter, medieval, medieval embroidery, natural dye, stitchalong, wool
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