Top 5 Biscornu Tutorials online

Biscornu pincushions are all the rage. Since I shared 2 TAST stitches last week  here are the 5 top tutorials that show you how to make a Biscornu.

Biscornus can be any size – even the size of cushions. Other popular uses are as a scissor fob, or tree ornament. Some Biscornus are made using an even weave fabric, featuring a cross stitch pattern but others are made of quilting fabric and of course you could use 2 crazy quilt blocks.

The French word loosely means ‘odd-shaped’ or  ‘horned’ or or ‘complicated and bizarre’ and refers to their quirky look.

RedCattEtsy has produced a video tutorial on You Tube for a Biscornu that uses Aida as its fabric

Also On You tube, Debbie Shore demonstrates how to make a Biscornu cushion. This is a very clear demonstration because it Debbie has scaled the biscornu up to cushion size.

Rissa Peace Root has a comprehensive tutorial on Biscornu Basics with each step photographed and explained.

Save the stitches on the Nordic Needle website has a very good tutorial on Biscornu which includes things to consider when choosing a design

Over on Made by Eva there is a very clear tutorial on how to make a Biscornu pincushion

Many of the Freehand embroidery patterns on this website are very suitable for Biscorno patterns

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4 Responses to Top 5 Biscornu Tutorials online

  1. Triche Osborne says:

    Thank you for the links, Sharon. The geometry nerd in my has been intrigued by biscornu since first I saw them. I’ve always thought they’d make nice pillows as well as pincushions, and I see that at least one of the YouTube tutorials shows a pillow-sized one.

  2. Marianne Squire Maszer says:

    Thanks, Sharon, and welcome home!

  3. Kerry Leslie says:

    Very good tutorials Sharon – thank you for sharing!

  4. Mandy Currie says:

    Wow, thanks Sharon, I needed this tutorial, wonderful.

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