[프랑스 자수 ENG CC] Zinnias & Sage Embroidery ?12월 탄생화, 백일홍과 세이지 자수
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Hi, this is SilverSnow. This tutorial will be on how to embroider Sage and Zinnia flower, the birth flowers of December. Shall we begin then? Go go~ First, put the water-soluble transfer paper on top of linen (160 gsm). Then anchor the sketch on the top. Trace the sketch using a mechanical pencil or sharp ball-point pen. This is how you use the transfer paper. For unclear spots, I’ve used an iron pen to ink the sketch over. I’m going to frame it with a rubber embroidery hoop. This is a white rubber hoop bought in France. Pull the fabric well to keep your fabric taut. We’re going to use five types of stitches today. I’ve used needles from John James. Let’s begin with woven picot stitch. Mark the center with a pin. If you don’t have one around, you can also use a needle. Bring your needle up from one end and insert it to another ending point. Don’t pull too tightly; shape it rather loose instead. Then, bring your needle out a little left to the center and again bring the thread behind the head of the pin. There should be three columns; call them each by #1, #2 and #3. Take your needle under #3 and #1 column. This time, take your needle under #2 column. Again, take your needle under #3 and #1… then under #2 column only. Repeat weaving alternatively, filling in the shape. Note: in order to prevent misshaping the columns, you should take care not to pull the weaving too tight. When you’ve reached the bottom, work over #1/#3 column while bringing the needle back for a natural finish. Remove the needle or pin to finish a stumpwork leaf. Let’s make Sage leaves. Use three strands of #3364. Again, pull less tight so that the columns are loose so that your leaf has a bit of an oval-shape. To finish, work over #1/#3 column while bringing the needle back. Don’t worry if your leaf seems curved a bit. Insert the pin or needle from one end to another. Again, keep the columns loose so that your leaves stay curved. Since all your overlapping leaves are also stumpworks, so just weave over the previous leaves. Second one is outline stitch. Begin from the starting point and work a small stitch. Bring your needle back up to the starting point and work double the stitch length. Then, bring your needle to the previous ending point. Again, move forward and come back to the previous ending point.. Repeat this until finish. But because this has a shape of an alphabet ‘n,’ keep the working thread towards the top so that the curve looks more natural. On the other hand, for a ‘u’-shaped curve, keep your working thread towards the bottom so that the curve looks more natural. Let’s embroider stems for Sage. Use two strands only and work in a very thin, dense manner. Likewise, refer to the curve’s direction on the sketch and position your working thread based on it to complete working the stems. Third one is bullion stitch. Begin from the starting point, take your needle to the end and bring it back to the starting point. While leaving your needle hung on the fabric, wind the thread clockwise around the needle. As we’re trying to get a straight bullion with two distances in equal length, wind just as much as the distance on the sketch. Pull your needle out, flip it, and bring it back through the ending point. But in reality, we’ll make a curved bullion similar to the one on the right. Take a very short distance on the fabric. Wind about 13 wraps clockwise and pull your needle out. If you have trouble pulling it out, unwind the thread counter-clockwise little by little. Then you’ll have a curve as shown. Put in your needle back to the ending point to finish. We’ll embroider flower petals in this method. You can see the threads for orange color, threads for purple flowers, and threads for yellow flowers. Let’s try embroidering yellow flowers together. Like earlier in the sample, take a shorter distance, and wind 13 times around your needle. Since these petals should reach the outermost outline, so begin working bullion stitches at the circle right inside the outermost outline. Again, take a shorter distance, and wind 13 wraps to make petals. Note: do NOT to overlap the previous petals. Instead, fill the bullion stitches side by side. In other words, make sure they don’t overlap each other and also all of them stay visible at the end. Once done with the outermost outline, work another set of bullion stitches inside by winding 13 wraps as well. As two of the outermost lines are done with the lighter-colored thread, work more bullions inside with a darker-colored thread. But instead of a whole circle like earlier, work only the semicircular curves along the sketch. Finish working bullion until the end. Moving on to French knot stitch. Begin from the starting point, and wind the thread twice around the needle. and put in your needle back a thread away to the starting point. Bring your thread out again, wind twice and bring back near the starting point. Pull the working thread to secure a knot, and pull your needle out with your right hand. Using six strands of the same yellow thread from earlier, work French knots densely along the outline. For the center, use six strands of the darker orange to work a single knot. Also for the purple flower, use lighter color to work two complete circles, and work three semicircles inside with the darker color. Bring your needle up from an end and insert towards the center to make a center line. We’ll continue working along the outline. Begin from the front left and work towards the bottom right. Take your needle back a little lower on the right side. For the opposite side, begin from the front right and bring back towards the bottom left, just a little bit. Overall, begin by setting up a center line; after that, work alphabet ‘x’s and pile them up. Just think of it as piling them towards the bottom. Using two different shades of green, work the leaves with fishbone stitches. Use six strands as a whole this time without separating, so that they have a thicker texture, and look more alive. If you reach a point where you can’t continue, fill in the side with lines so it looks natural — in other words, work satin stitch to fill in. Let’s make cute little honey bees to add accents. Insert six strands of yellow and another six strands of gray together; namely, put 12 strands altogether through the needle. The key is NOT to separate the strands when inserting. After that, work bullion stitches. In order to prevent the colors from mixing and to make each color visible, Wind the thread around your needle carefully. Pull your needle out while keeping the spiral shapes remain twisted. Now we’re done with the body part. For the wings, work bullion stitches with three strands of white thread. Like earlier, wind 13 times so that they look very round. Pull your needle out to finish the cute wings. In total, each bee should have four wings. We’ve finished this cute embroidery work. For this embroidery work, colors aren’t only abundant but are also in harmony, which blend in well with the white frame. Also, I think this work can really highlight the real charms of bullion stitches. Again, thank you always for watching till the end. I’ll see you again next time! Bye! ♥

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    안녕하세요. 실버스노우입니다. ?
    오늘은 12월의 탄생화 중 하나인 백일홍(Zinnias)과 세이지 자수를 준비해봤어요!
    이번 영상은 블리온 스티치와 우븐 피콧 스티치의 매력을 마음껏 누릴 수 있는 작품이 되겠네요!

    12월의 탄생화를 마무리하면서, 이번 한 해 개인적 결심이었던 탄생화 시리즈가 무사히 마지막까지 잘 도착한 것 같아 감사함이 매우 크네요. 개인적으로는 한 해를 열심히 살았다는 뿌듯함도 느낄 수 있었어요? 내년에는 무슨 재미있는 프로젝트를 진행해볼까 여전히 행복한 고민 중이에요? 하고 싶은 건 많지만, 여러분들이 또 함께 좋아해주실 것도 생각해야 하기에,,, 탄생화 시리즈를 계속해서 이어나가볼까도 생각 중입니다 🙂 좋은 아이디어나 의견 있으시면 댓글로 알려주세용 헿헤

    그러면 주말을 맞은 오늘 행복한 하루 보내시고요, 우리는 조만간 또 만나요! 안녕!?

    ​ ?원단(Fabric) ; 린넨 20수(Linen)
    ​ ? 바늘(Needle) ; 존제임스 바늘(영국)(Jhone James)
    ​ ?실 번호(Thread) (DMC 25번사)
    영상에 기입해두었습니다 🙂

    ​ ?사용한 스티치(Stitches)
    1. 우븐 피콧 스티치 woven picot stitch
    2. 아웃라인 스티치 outline stitch
    3. 블리온 스티치 bullion stitch
    4. 프렌치 노트 스티치 french knot stitch
    5. 피쉬본 스티치 fishbone stitch

    #백일홍자수 #꽃자수 #무료도안 #탄생화자수 #embroidery #handmade

    Copyrights 2019. Silver Snow all rights reserved.

  2. 우븐 피콧 스티치는 진갈색 실로 짧게 수 놓으면 솔방울 비슷할것 같당 한번 해봐야겠어요!!오늘도 좋은 영상 감사해요!항상 마음의 안정을 찾게 되는 바늘 통과하는소리??

  3. 단단하고 반짝여보이는 꽃들이 참 예뻐요? 두가지 색 불리온. 오늘 하나 또 배워가네요. 감사해요. 작가님?

  4. 넘 잘봤습니다. 꿀벌몸통을 이렇게 할수있네요 좋은아이디어 감사해요 ??? 이렇게 이쁜자수를 맘껏하루종일 하는날을 꿈꾸어봅니다 ㅎㅎㅎ 감기조심하세요~~♡♡♡

  5. Hermosisimo me encantó como todo lo que nos compartes muchas gracias por compartir saludos y bendiciones desde Izcalli estado de México

  6. 어제 언니에게 실버 스노우님의 책이랑 자수 도구를 선물하고 유투브까지 추천해줬는데 이 영상 보니 저도 또 만들어 보고 싶어 지네요. ?? 같이 만들어 봐야 겠어요

  7. 제가 늦었네요ㅠㅜ잘 지내고 계시죠??오늘 자수도 너무 이뿌네용??남은 2019년도 잘 보내세요??

  8. 와 이거 완성하면 블리온과 우븐피콧스티치의 달인이 될듯하네요?? 매달 이렇게 아름다운 작품 공유해주셔서 감사합니다❤️❤️??

  9. Dear Silver Snow,
    Thank you for sharing your beautiful work with us. I am enjoying learning some new stitches from you as I am delighted to watch the stitches grow in front of my eyes and turning into a stunning embroidery.
    Loving your work as I watch from Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.

  10. precioso,te felicito,gracias porque aunque no sé tu idioma entiendo muy bien lo que explicas,bendiciones desde Córdoba,Argentina.!

  11. Hermoso g4acias por enseñarnos, en estos momentos estoy bordando un camino de mesa con las puntadas que enseñas

  12. 영상 잘 봤어요! 프랑스자수 취미로 하고싶었는데ㅠㅠㅠ꼼꼼한 설명덕분에 부담없이 재밌게 할 수 있을거같아요!?

  13. Thank you so much for sharing your hobby and knowledge. I've been wanting to learn how to do embroidery for a long time but I hadn't come across anyone who explained it simple enough so that I wouldn't need to rewind constantly and be confused a lot. Your videos are really good. You explain and demonstrate very well.
    Today I made my first embroidery project. Quite simple but i wouldn't have done it without you teaching me how to!
    Love from the Netherlands?

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