Kantha Stitching with Angela Daymond
Classes with Angela Daymond • Educational, G, 16-Sep-2022
Angela talks you through how to create this project. She likes to use woad dyed fabric, which she creates herself.
In the workshop she talks about the styles of stitching, the regional differences, what threads she prefers, together with the relevant needles.
Traditionally this work had no wadding, so it is very easy to stitch and Angela also gives tips on how to layer up and what to consider if, like her, you like to use recycled fabrics.
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