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Thread: punch needle stocking and mitten patterns

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    I found my patterns today and thought I would share them..I drew them 2 yrs ago for ornaments I was making done in punch needle embroidery
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    Very cute!

    Could you give us a little 1-2-3 tute as to your process? I'm familiary with punch needle. I assume you do that first and then cut around your design? Leaving a seam allowance? Then what? Thanks!

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    Oh, my those are just beautiful, I must google Needle Punch not familiar with that craft.

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    Very cute!!

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    Very cute!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJ
    Very cute!

    Could you give us a little 1-2-3 tute as to your process? I'm familiary with punch needle. I assume you do that first and then cut around your design? Leaving a seam allowance? Then what? Thanks!
    I just do the punch needle work and then cut off the excess fabric very very close to the stitches and glue around the outside edge and attach felt to the back leaving the top open so you can tuck money or a note in there and I lightly stuff them in the foot part and glue cording around the edge to make a hanging loop and to finish the edges neatly..I made the cording so it will made the floss I use in the punch needle exactly

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    Those are so cute. Perfect for the cash I give my kids. I agree....do a tute for us.

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    Those are very cute...they would make for great ornaments.

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    Quote Originally Posted by littlehud
    Those are so cute. Perfect for the cash I give my kids. I agree....do a tute for us.
    There are youtube videos on how to do punch needle ...I like the single thread ones best..i like the finer look of it

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJ
    Very cute!

    Could you give us a little 1-2-3 tute as to your process? I'm familiary with punch needle. I assume you do that first and then cut around your design? Leaving a seam allowance? Then what? Thanks!
    I cut very very close to the edge once I finish the design. Then glue felt to the back at the edge then lightly stuff them

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