How does one choose which embroidery thread to use for a project? Sunny does it by trying every one she can find for her 12th century bliaut. Read on to find out what she thought.
Monochromatic Embroidery is an umbrella term used to describe a type of embellishment popular during the 16th Century.
Transferring embroidery designs onto dark fabric can be difficult, but Sunny walks us through a time-tested method used by embroiderers for centuries.
Details on where to get quality materials to re-create all kinds of extant ruffs, collars, smocks, shifts and chemises.
What if all your painstaking embroidery is from the wrong period entirely? Avoid the nightmare with part 2 of Denise's essential guide!
What embroidery design is right for your latest project? Denise traces techniques & motifs as they transition from one period to the next.