This coat is finished. It can go to the Dior ateliers It’s a reprint of an 18th-century indienne. The fabric was embellished and enriched by our embroidery. When you look at …
This coat is finished. It can go to the Dior ateliers It’s a reprint of an 18th-century indienne. The fabric was embellished and enriched by our embroidery. When you look at …
This coat is finished.
It can go to the Dior ateliers It’s a reprint
of an 18th-century indienne. The fabric was embellished
and enriched by our embroidery. When you look at it up close, it’s a bit like the sculptures
on columns you can see at the Louvre.
That’s calledvermicelli. In Italian it’s a sculpture technique
and it’s the same in embroidery. You have these winding strings
that turn back on themselves lying both flat
and on their edge. Between the embroidered and
non-embroidered parts you can really see the effect of enrichment,
it brings a special something, it gives a whole new dimension
to the fabric. You get the impression that
it’s standing up, it’s rebelling!
Hekko Friends Welcome To our Channel Creative Things In this video i will show you How to design Latest hand Embroidery designs on blouse these Embroidery blouse designs are very easy …
Hekko Friends Welcome To our Channel Creative Things In this video i will show you How to design Latest hand Embroidery designs on blouse these Embroidery blouse designs are very easy very easy to stitch which can be designed with normal needle and it looks awesome after completion of the design these 2020 designs usually stitched on blouses if you want you can stitch it on dress designing also creative things channel the best designs you will get in our channel these embroidery designs are very easy this is the trending design in the year 2020
Hello and welcome to Hobby Point channel. My name is Anastasiya. Today I’d like to show you how to wrap cabochons in needle tatting. I’ve taken some cabochons of about 2 …
Hello and welcome to Hobby Point channel. My name is Anastasiya. Today I’d like to show you how to wrap cabochons in needle tatting. I’ve taken some cabochons of about 2 cm in diameter. If you are going to use cabochons of a different size or some other thread, then most likely you will need to adjust the number of stitches. This video is for you to understand the pattern. Before we start, I’d like to ask you for a favor. If you use my tutorials and post your pictures in, let’s say, instagram, I’ll appreciate if you could leave a link to my channel or tag my instagram account under your picture. And I’d like to thank those people who already do that. So, shall we begin? My cabochon is rather small, so I’m leaving a small thread tail. Make 4 stitches, a picot, 2 stitches, a picot, 4 stitches. Your picots should be small, hardly noticeable, of about 2 mm. If this is your first time on my channel and you are not familiar with needle tatting basics, you can learn how to make a double stitch, a picot, a ring and a chain by watching lessons on my channel. There’s a link at the top right corner or in the video description. Tighten your ring, reverse your work and tie a knot. Now let’s make a chain. Tat 5 stitches, a picot, 3 stitches, a picot, 5 stitches. Close the chain, reversing your work. Make another ring, joining it to the first one. Now make another chain, joining it to the previous one. As you can see, our tatting starts to bend inside. It’s ok. The tatting should not be flat. Make another ring, joining it to the previous one. Then make a chain. Keep alternating rings and chains up to the needed size. I have 6 rings and 6 chains. For my cabochon in total I will need 7 rings. For now you need minus one ring. Let’s make the last ring, joining it to the previous one and to the very first one. Make the last chain. It should be joined to the previous chain and to the first one. Make 5 stitches, then make a join and tat 3 stitches. Take your stone and place it inside. Make a join and 5 stitches to complete the chain. Join the chain to the first ring and tie a knot. Here’s what we’ve got. Let’s review the 2nd variant. Make 5 stitches, a picot, 2 stitches, a picot, 5 stitches. This ring will be placed on the front size of the cabochon. Close the ring, reversing your work. Start making another ring right away. Make 4 stitches, a picot, 2 stitches, a picot, 4 stitches. This ring will be on the back side of the cabochon and as the back side is flat, the ring should be a bit smaller than the front ring. Close the ring, reversing your work. Now make a chain of 7 stitches. This chain can be bigger, it depends on your pattern. The chain is simply needed to move to another ring. The stone will be held in place by rings, not by chains. Fold the rings. As I’ve already mentioned, one ring will be on the front side, the other on the back side of the cabochon. Let’s make another front ring, meaning a bigger ring. And join it to the first ring. Close the ring, reversing your work. Now we should make another smaller ring and join it to the first smaller ring. Close the ring, reversing your work. Then make a chain of 7 stitches and keep alternating rings and chains up to the needed size. As in the same pattern, we shouldn’t tat the last ring. My yellow cabochon turned out to be a bit bigger than I expected, so I increased the number of rings by 1. The last bigger ring should be joined to the previous bigger ring and the first one. Pay attention to your rings, not to mix up the sides. Let’s make the last smaller ring. Make 4 stitches, make a join and 2 more stitches. Place your stone inside and finish up the ring. The smaller rings should be on top of the flat side. All we need to do now is make the last chain and join it to the first ring. Here’re our wrapped cabochons. I hope this video was interesting to you. If it’s so, I’ll be glad to see your Likes and comments. And remember to subscribe to my channel and click the bell button to receive notifications about my new videos.
Hello, my name is Dr. Joseph Blattman assistant professor in the school of life sciences. I am Dr. Samira Kiani, assistant professor in the school of biological and health systems engineering. …
Hello, my name is Dr. Joseph Blattman assistant professor in the school of life
sciences. I am Dr. Samira Kiani, assistant professor
in the school of biological and health systems engineering. Today, we are going to demonstrate a few examples of proper procedures to avoid
accidental needle sticks. A stick may seem like a minor incident,
but when the needle contains a virus or pathogen, it can have serious
consquences. If you see someone in the laboratory not
wearing the correct personal protective equipment, or not using the right safety
equipment, or doing a procedure incorrectly, you should tell them to stop. When working with hazardous materials,
do not use needles unless absolutely necessary. Use every precaution to reduce the risk
of an accident. So when working with needles, you should
wear the proper personal protective equipment. This includes gloves, a lab coat
and proper eye protection. You may also want to consider additional
protective equipment. Including, puncture resistant gloves. You can see that this scientist is doing
this exactly right. She is using a holder to extract a virus
from a plastic centrifuge tube. This is very important because if she
were to hold the plastic tube in her hand, the needle could go through both sides,
or slip of the side. Another option is to use a tube rack,
placed against a wall or column for stability. This is important because she is now using
two hands to hold the needle when the tube is secure. This keeps both hands on the opposite end
of the needle. Never recap needles. The most common incident for needle sticks
involves recapping needles after use. Always dispose of needles in proper
sharps containers. Sometimes researchers think they are doing
something the right way, but they can be wrong. Here are a few tips approved by the
Arizona State University Institutional Biosafety Committee. As a researcher, you may get pressed for
time. That isn’t an excuse to get careless and
rush through your work. Shortcuts lead to injury, especially
when handling needles. Always plan ahead. The extra time
prevents you from rushing through your work. Even though you have performed injections
multiple times. The likelihood of getting stuck with a needle increases. Repetitive work can put you in an
auto-pilot mind set. Making you less likely to consider
preventative measures. Take 20-30 second breaks between
injections. This allows you to refocus on your work
performance. Some of you may think this will never
happen to you. Having this mindset leads to
carelessness, which leads to injury. Protect yourself from self-inflicted
needle sticks, by using the proper equipment and adhering to proper
work procedures. If you do happen to get stuck by a needle, report the incident immediately to your
supervisor. Seek immediate medical attention
and notify ASU Environmental Health and Safety. If you have questions about risks and
hazards associated with a research and preventative measures, discuss them with your principal investigator and
lab supervisor, or email EH&S. For additional trainings, visit this
How to easily knit a scarf in the zigzag pattern. Hi, I’m Kristen and welcome back to my channel STUDIO KNIT. An intricate texture emerges of interlocking diagonals with just a …
How to easily knit a scarf in the zigzag
pattern. Hi, I’m Kristen and welcome back to my channel STUDIO KNIT. An intricate texture emerges of interlocking diagonals with just a
simple series of knits and pearls to create this bold graphic design this
project is perfect for experienced beginners who are comfortable knitting
in the round on circular needles knit up an impressive infinity scarf with either
the long instructions or create a faster cozy cowl when following the pattern for
the short size its edged in the seed stitch on both the bottom and the top
with the body in the diagonal chevron zigzag design and both of these stitches
are from my new knit stitch pattern book which is available online in print and
digital world wide to get your complete written pattern just head on over to my
website studio knit SF dot-com while you’re there you will see all of my
beautiful photos all of the information that you need and you can also jump
straight to the pattern and it is a card at the bottom of the page that’s
actually printable so if you just click the little print button then you can
print this page ad free once it prints and have that while you cozy up on the
couch and start knitting offline oh and if you’re excited to knit up the zigzag
scarf then please like up this video let me know that you’d like to see more like
this and it really helps me out for our materials we will be using bulky weight
number five yarn knitting needles size 10 their circular needles now if you’re
doing the shorter length use a 24 inch or the longer length about a 32 inch
circular needle will do a tapestry needle
scissors I also used my favorite extra thick blocking mats I will have links to
all of these materials in the description below because blocking my
scarf really helped pop the design I blocked both of my scarves so the long
version here is about 34 inches all the way around and eight and a half inches
tall and then the short version here is about 26 inches around and the height is
6 inches again I blocked both of these scarves which I feel really helps
showcase the texture design so let’s knit it up cast on the recommended
number of stitches again you will want to refer to the written pattern and join
your work in the round you want to be careful not to twist your stitches and I
like to add a stitch marker just I use a little slip knot of colored yarn a
different color than my knitted piece and the construction of the scarf it is
knit from the bottom up and in the round so we are beginning with a bottom border
the first three rows are in the seed stitch and the fourth row is entirely
knit all the way around to sort of help give a little bit of definition between
the seed stitch and the zigzag continue knitting the body of your scarf in the
zig-zag pattern in the round and the number of repeats you do of the zig-zag
pattern depends on the size of scarf that you
have selected just refer to your pattern and it will tell you exactly how many
rows to knit up once you’re finished with your zig-zag pattern we are going
to finish up with four more rows we’re doing one row just knitting it all the
way around and then three rows in the seed stitch and then we’ll bind off and
I like to bind off Lee slee this bind-off as I’m just doing the
classic bind off it will be a little bit tighter than the cast on side but I just
like to keep it simple bind off loosely and it still fits really nicely
now if you want to knit a different size the pattern is a multiple of eight
stitches so you can adjust the size accordingly and please check out my new
knit stitch pattern book it’s been getting great reviews and I’m so happy
everybody is enjoying it I hope you are inspired to knit up this zigzag pattern
scarf with confidence head on over to my website to get that free pattern and I
will see you here next time. BYE!
Red Thread – ONEUS Close your eyes on this empty road In: If we die and are born again Music: as the wind blows In: Do you think we will be …
Red Thread – ONEUS Close your eyes on this empty road In: If we die and are born again
Music: as the wind blows In: Do you think we will be able to find each other again?
Music: Will I hear you? When you call my name Korn: Of course, we will
Music: As I walk in memories Korn: I will keep searching until I find you
Music: You will find out, it’s all fate I’ll follow the thread, wandering in this maze Even if it takes a while, I will get you Don’t worry, for you and me, fate will come It’s you, baby it’s you It’s you, Only one you If this is the last time I will fix the broken thread, for you I’m coming to meet you Along the red thread Along the red thread Our promised season is coming Stronger than we thought, we will never break Before our happy memories begin to fade away It will be completed, our story I will run as hard as I can to shine on you I will be a lighthouse that shines only on you It’s been decided, you and I, will become one Team:Japanese people believe that
Music: It’s you, Baby it’s you Soulmates have a red thread tied to their left little finger
It symbolizes the blood vessel from the heart It’s you, Only one you Tied to the person they are destined to be with If this is the last time I will fix the broken thread for you I’m coming to meet you Along the red thread Don’t let my hand go, don’t cut this thread In this pitch darkness, I’ll see you one day I’ll give you a hug, so I can make you feel Come back to me, we are destined to meet again Even if it’s tangled, I will solve it I’m following the white light towards you For me, it’s only you For me, it’s only you Without you, I Along the red thread For me, it’s you For me, it’s you, Without you, I I have nothing It’s you, Baby it’s you It’s you, Only one you If this is the last time I will fix the broken thread, for you I’m coming to meet you Along the red thread In: What if we’re living on different continents? Along the red thread Korn: I will fly a plane to find you In: I will also search for you Until we meet again
This week we have a giveaway from Knitter’s Pride, a needle set and a little notions bag, a fabric notions bag. The needle set is the Knitter’s Pride Dreamz 16-inch circular …
This week we have a giveaway from Knitter’s
Pride, a needle set and a little notions bag, a fabric notions bag. The needle set is the Knitter’s Pride Dreamz
16-inch circular needle set. This is a beautiful wood needle set, highly
laminated needles with a really nice point. One of my go-to favorites, and the 16-inch
circular set is really nice for hats. You can, of course, attach longer codes to
the 16-inch, the little short needles, but I think the set is perfect for hats, and the
size range is, US size 4 up to US size 10, or 3.5 millimeters up to 6 millimeters. Really great needle set, someone’s going to
be very happy to win this but I also have a little bonus. You know, Knitter’s Pride sends me the stuff
for the giveaway’s which I always really appreciate. And sometimes they throw in some little extras,
and they have started putting out these block printed notion bags. Lots of little different things they’re putting
out, but I love this little triangle bag, because you don’t have to dig around. It’s a little short bag, easy to see your
stuff when it’s in there, really cute also, and this is also part of the giveaway. So the needles, and the little bag. Follow the instructions to enter this giveaway,
we’ll announce the winner next week. Good luck. [00:01:28]
– [Isa] That’s me, Isa Beniston. – [Christie] And that’s me, Christie Beniston. Isa’s doting mother. Together we’ve sewn and grown. – [Isa] Threaded and thrived. – [Christie] And turned our …
– [Isa] That’s me, Isa Beniston. – [Christie] And that’s
me, Christie Beniston. Isa’s doting mother. Together we’ve sewn and grown. – [Isa] Threaded and thrived. – [Christie] And turned our love of craft into our livelihoods. – [Isa] This is Maker Knows Best. – Hi welcome to the inaugural
episode of Maker Knows Best. – Today’s episode topic
is new year, new you. – Today we’re gonna make
and embroidered wall hanging that will help us set our
intentions for the year ahead. – Or just keep things kind of grounded as we take another trip around the sun. So with that said, let’s give
them the Beniston breakdown. (soft upbeat music) – [Christie] I’ll be
embroidering the word linger, setting an intention to slow
down and stay in the moment. Each letter will be embroidered
in a different style and color for a rainbow look. – Isa] For mine, I’ll rely on contrast, using a bright pink thread on
black fabric for my mantra, it’s gonna be O.K. So for my project, I’m
going to be using a bunch of fun materials, starting
with this oval embroidery hoop which you can find at mybluprint.com, some black fabric from one
of their quilting kits, these cute little embroidery scissors, some pinking shears for detail at the end, acrylic yarn I picked
up at an estate sale, a bigger tapestry style
embroidering needle because my thread is so thick and a pink cushion, ’cause it never hurts to have one of those. – And I’m going to be using
many of the same materials, including the oval embroidery hoop, the fabric from mybluprint.com, and these beautiful embroidery floss and my embroidery scissors as
well as my fabric scissors. Shall we get started? – Sure. – So what I first do
because I’m a designer, recovering graphic designer, I have to design my word. – True. – Exactly how it’s
going to be embroidered. There’s no loosey goosey here. I also outline exactly which
colors I’m going to use for each letter.
– You even color coated ’cause you–
– I give myself notes for each one. This is what it looks like
when you’re organized. (laughing) – And I have to cut a piece
of fabric that will fit. This is when you’re not organized,
you just eyeball things. – So I’m gonna turn on my light box. – I’m cutting mine down
later with the pinking shears so I’m gonna just do it. – And I was organized– – Here’s your scissors.
– And brought my scissors. – I know, I’m sorry. Thank you. – But you can borrow them. – Thanks mom. – You can also get scissors
from mybluprint.com and then you wouldn’t have to borrow mine. (laughing) Because I’m gonna be using this hoop, I wanna make sure I have
enough fabric around the outside so that it’ll fit on the hoop and it won’t be too tight. So I’m gonna use my water
based marker to write the word linger onto the fabric. – These are like actually because, when you make a mess, you
can just lick your finger and dab it, and it will
erase it immediately, which is disgusting but effective. – That’s a good tip Isa.
– I swear you taught me that. – Is that a Benis-Tip? – That’s a Benis-Tip. That would be an Isa Benis-Tip. So I am just gonna free wheel this. – It’s what you do. – That is my energry. – If they haven’t figured out yet. (laughing) – And I’m just using a
white colored pencil. You can use a chalk pencil too. And my mantra is, it’s gonna be O.K. ‘Cause my goal is to not
panic all the time in 2020. – Oh, I have a very low state goal. Putting the cap on the markers this year. – Oh yeah, I got really
bad at that last year. – Last year. Is this a race? – No. It is not a race, as someone wise once told me, – Art is not a race, was
something I said a lot. – [Isa] Yeah but you are winning. – I am winning the race. (soft upbeat music) Hey guys, Christie Beniston
here with a fiber factoid. Did you know embroidery
samplers are pieces of material embroidered with different
types of stitches and they’ve been used
since the 17th century? So I’ve swapped out the
oval hoop for the hoop that I’ve got in mybluprint
kit because this one will just keep it that much tighter. – And then later when
you’re done, it’s super easy to just switch it.
– Yeah. Then I can just put it into the oval hoop. Exactly. – I just don’t notice the new year. I feel like it just rolls. – You might notice because it’s so loud. Other people are making
really loud noises. On New Years.
– That’s true. I forgot about that.
– Not in our house. – Because we don’t do that. – We do not allow loud noises. – They’re not allowed. – They’re not allowed.
– They’re not allowed. – We did, when you were
younger, try to fake you out and pretend that New Years had happened just so we–
– Did you do that? – We did. – Is that why I always
fall asleep early now? It just takes one person nodding off for the entire family to just go down. – We’re just ready. – One by one. They just hit the ground. – It’s true. I just had a Benis-Tip though, can I tell my Benis-Tip? Figuring out how much embroidery thread you’re gonna need, the best
amount to embroider with, is arms length.
– Oh! I didn’t know that. – That’s a tip. Otherwise if it’s too long, it gets all– – You mean like this? – Yes.
(laughing) – Is that too long?
– That’s too long. – Yeah but then I’d have to re-thread it which would be so much
more annoying than pulling my arm back six feet, every time I make– – Because that’s not annoying. That’s not annoying. Uh oh, you’re winning the race. – Oh you know my other
favorite thing that you do when we’re embroidering? That actually terrifies me. Is when I’m sitting next to you and you’re working on your hand
craft and you go like this. (laughing) On the couch. So directly into my cornea. – Right. – [Isa] So I’m gonna do one last stitch. – Which stitch are you doing? – Get out my face, please.
– Which stitch are you doing? – I’m doing, it’s the
I, I’m going into the T. – No but what style of embroidery style? – This is called a back
stitch but I’m doing it with acrylic yarn so it’s
a bit of an improvisation. – It’s okay. To finish, the goal is to not have so many knots on this side. So to finish, you can
just hide it underneath your other stitches. – [Isa] I was just gonna do a knot. – But a knot is more of a
problem area to come out. It also makes a bobble, which
you may not want a bobble. – I don’t mind the bobble. – I just put it through like–
– Are you using the big scary scissors? – [Christie] They’re not that scary. – You don’t even tie a knot, you just leave it.
– No. You just pull it through like that and then it’s more flush,
it’s better that way. – Yeah that does make sense. – And you don’t have to do another knot. Knot’s are not really,
knots are not your friend. – Did I start crafting,
learning how to embroider? Is that you launched me, threw me into the deep end of the pool? – As you can imagine, you
weren’t exactly into structure. I will tell a story. So there was an art school
that all the kids did and it was very structured drawing. And they had little blocks drawn out so you would go through all the squares and yours, it was drawn
everything outside the square. – Oh no!
– It was like margin doodles. I had a worry.
– You had a worry. – She’s not going to make it. – And yet. – And yet, you’re doing okay. – And yet here I flubbing my embroidery. – All right, just something to note, floss you know comes with six threads and you want to split them. – Do the funny thing. You’re not doing it ’cause
you’re shy on camera, right? – I’m not gonna lick it. – You’re not gonna do it? – I’m not gonna lick it, no. – Normally you put that in your mouth. – I do, it goes right into my
mouth as I’m stretching it. But I’m not going to do that. – Embroidery–
– Not on TV. – There’s a lot of spitting
involved in embroidery. – There is a lot of spit. – Meanwhile I’m just stitching with yarn, which, I feel like you have
picked this battle a few times with me of picking
non-traditional craft supplies. – [Christie] Well I support a lot of that. – I like materials for what they are, rather than what they should be. I like how chunky this is. I like that it’s neon. This is so nice, it’s so plush. – I know, it gives a thicker line to it and I do think it’s a nice– – It makes it faster.
– It does make it faster. – I love an efficient project. – Can I get through this quickly? – Yeah after being told art was not a race my entire childhood. – And one of the tricks I like to do, when I’m doing a satin,
or a straight stich, is that instead of going
line by line by line, I like to sort of space it out. That way I’ll have an equal number of stitches on either side. – Look at how tiny this is.
– The goal with embroidery is not to have a gazillion
lines on this side. It’s to only have all of
your lines on this side. And then we can see–
– Sh. – Is this mean? No this is–
– It’s fine. – It’s fine, it’s fine.
– I’d like to be honest. I’d do a better job if–
– It’s fine. – If I wasn’t distracted– Talking.
– By me giving you all these tips. – Well given that we
don’t set resolutions, it makes it a little
hard to fail with them. That’s the real reason! – That’s the real reason. – That’s the real reason
we don’t set goals. Is because then you fail. – Right. Fear of failure. Hey guys it’s Isa Beniston
here with an Isa Benis-Tip. Crafting is a great way
to up cycle a good vintage find from your local estate
sales or flee markets. For a quick project, try
reupholstering a chair or a bench with an old
embroidery or quilt. – So time really flies
when you’re having fun. – It really does–
– And I’m done! I’m done! I’ve done all my letters
using all my different rainbow colored floss. – But your hood has changed. – My hoop has changed. I decided I wanted to take
it off my really good hoop that kept it really tight,
and now I’m putting it in more of a decorative hoop. – Which can be used for embroidery because I’m using it for embroidery. We’re not gonna hoop shame. – No hoop shaming here.
– It’s effective. – And I’ve cut the excess fabric off. And I’ve gathered with
a basting stitch around to fold that fabric in. And now I’m just going to finish it up by tightening it up. We’re very tidy and I’m
just gonna snip, snip. – Oh my gosh.
– Throw it across the room. – I’m gonna cut my whole
thing off the hoop. – And now it’s finished
because I’ve got it all gathered up and now I
have my finished project. – It looks lovely. – I know, I’m really proud of this. – Okay I get to finish mine now. – Wow, you made some progress. – I did, I did.
– Who knew you would get to the end?
– I know, who knew. I’m tying it with a knot, don’t hate me. – Ah there’s the knot! It’s okay, it’s not, you’re okay. Just finish it.
– Thanks mom. – It’s going to be okay. – It’s gonna be O.K. And then I am, donesies. – Cute. Where are you gonna put yours? – Where do I panic the most? Honestly it should be in my car. – I was gonna say car first thing. Just put it on your dash. – Out it on the dash. I’m gonna hang it from
my rear view mirror. – [Fake Audience] Ooh. – [Christie] I chose the
word linger because I think I don’t wanna leave the year behind and start the next year. – [Isa] I feel good about mine. I feel mine’s low stakes.
– Low stakes. – Okay so now that we’re
here with our party decor. (laughing) – Look what happened. I guess we just have never
had a New Years party. – Well now we have. – We have now.
– Now we have. – Now we’re having a party. – So I’m wondering, what
are our common threads when it comes to New Years. – Well neither of us can
stay up past midnight. – Can’t or don’t want to? – I don’t think we’re capable. – I don’t think we’re capable.
– Past midnight. Our other common thread we do, is that we do not like loud stuff. We don’t. Fireworks, pans, clanging. – Which is why we were given. – Noise makers. – Noise makers. – And I think finally, we
both think resolutions are? – Cheesy but important. – Important but cheesy. – Why are you saying it the other way? (laughing) What was wrong with
the way that I said it? Well that’s it for us. – Thanks for watching. – We’ll see you on the next episode. – Of Maker Knows Best. – Happy New Year.
– Happy New Year! (blowing horns quizzically) – Oh that one’s more fun. – It is. (laughing) – Don’t get me in the eye.