A Redwork Embroidery Show and Tell with Gail Penberthy
Classes with Gail Penberthy • Educational, G, 18-Dec-2020
Redwork embroidery is basically an embroidery backstitch, so very simple to do. Here Gail shows ideas which can be worked in the traditional red. But you could also be a rebel and work them in coloured threads too.
Everything which Gail uses in the video you can find on our website.
Also, you could think about using Gail's pattern to create some of the designs in fused applique.
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