Module 6 of Sharon B’s Stitch Worksheets are ready. Spread the word as for 7 days I am offering them at $5 which is half price.
Normally these will be priced at $10 and they will go to their normal price in the 1st of September.
In this module I covered stitches that are old favourites plus introduced some interesting varieties. Some of these stitches make great decorative edging stitches and can be used on items such as fabric postcards, ATCs (Artist trading cards) needle books, scissors cases, etc.
Also in this module I introduce the start of some of the beaded embroidery stitches which I think many of the crazy quilters will enjoy. I am sure people will find the worksheets in Module 6 a useful addition to their resource file.
I know I said that I would normally have worksheets of 12-15 stitches in each module but this time around people are lucky as there are 17 stitches. So think of it a better than normal value.
What are the Stitch Worksheets?
A full desccription can be found here under the worksheets tab at the top of the page. The worksheets are released in modules so that they do not become too much to work and I aim to keep them at an affordable price. These worksheets are designed by me to build into a hand embroiderer’s resource file. The worksheets are part stitch dictionary, part inspiration, part storage format, part stimulus to explore new stitches, part lesson and part organisation method.
A set of Free test files if you have not tried them before
If you have not tried the worksheets before there are a set of free files that cover the basic stitches that enable people to see what the worksheet modules are like and weather they like the idea of idea of building their own resource file. These freebies are listed at the bottom of this post which explains what they are and how they are used. Just scroll a to the bottom and modules 1- 4 are free.
Stitches in Module 6
- Alternating barred chain
- Alternating buttonhole
- Alternating Cretan
- Alternating feather version 1
- Beaded Alternating feather
- Beaded Cretan
- Beaded double threaded stacked back stitch
- Beaded double Pekinese
- Buttonhole wheel
- Chained Pekinese
- Diminishing Pekinese
- Double Pekinese
- Double threaded back stitch
- Double threaded stacked back stitch
- Pekinese stitch
- Shaped Double threaded back stitch
- Threaded back stitch
Special Important stuff please read before you buy.
When you click buy you will be taken to Pay Pal. I only accept Pay Pal.
When I receive your order I will email a link to where you can get your file. This email will be to your Pay Pal email address. Please make sure it is the address is correct if not add a note to your order to tell me where to send it. if I dont have a correct email address I can not fill the order.
Please make sure my email is not blocked by your spam filter (sharon dot boggon at gmail dot com)
Each file is about 10 megs so you need to be able to receive a file of that size.
I am in Australia, so we have a time difference and am sometimes asleep when the others are awake. But if it does not land in your inbox within 24 hours something has gone haywire, check your spam box and make sure you haven’t tossed me out, and my email is not there don’t hesitate to contact me.
Please note these files are in PDF format and you will need Adobe reader to view them. The PDF reader is free from Adobe you can get it from here
Test the freebies I have written about at the top of the article. Try before you buy and that way you will not be disappointed.
Since this is a digital product there can be no refund.
Module 6 of Sharon B’s Worksheets Priced at $5 for 7 days until the 1st of September.
Price $5 USD This offer is no longer available
Regular pricing and all the modules can be found under the stitchers worksheets tab
Want to stitch along?
Stitchin fingers has a stitch along group called stitch junkies. The stitch along is a join in as you can, and as life dictates activity with no strict deadlines. There are no strict guidelines or dates to meet in the stitch along. People do not have to work fresh samples as it is OK to incorporate past samples. If you are busy and want to swing in and out of the stitch along as life dictates that is fine. I aim to keep it a guilt free activity.
There is also a Stitch Junkies Flickr group where people are sharing pictures of their samples and worksheets.