Sunday, July 15, 2012

Challenge #67 - Floss or Twine

Thank you to everyone who played along with our embossing challenge last moth.

For Challenge No #67 we would like to see you make use of that FLOSS or TWINE.
Embroidery Floss and Bakers Twine have become very popular over the past few years and we would like to see how you make use of it. Wrap it around your alphas, swirl it around you layout, use it as an accent or very prominently on your projects. You can use as little or as much as you like.

Be sure and comment with a link to your *newly created* project so we can see and comment on them. 
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And here are our DT examples to give you an idea on how to make use of floss or twine




Martine based her layout on a Sketch by Becky Fleck


check out the detail on the flower Norine crocheted with Bakers Twine



Anonymous said...

very cool examples of how to use twine. I've had some for months now and haven't even snipped off a piece! I need to do this challenge!

Jenn Joncas said...

Great layouts and cards ladies!!! You can see my layout here:

Kim Sonksen said...

Posting this comment for Wendi - as I accidentally deleted it....eak!

wendipooh13 has left a new comment on your post "Challenge #67 - Floss or Twine":

super fun examples with twine!!! I Love my twine so I played along here:

Melania said...
sorry i forgot the link :)

Rita said...

Here my LO

Sparkle and Co said...

Those cards are beautiful! I'm not good at that but I'm working hard to improve my kills ;)

MichelleMc said...

Here's my entry for challenge #67. I hope my link works.

Brenda Ragsdale said...

Here is my entry! I layered the twine I used with other embellishments and also used to tie a bow on the pins!

Stacia said...

Here is one I just finished that I used some twine scraps on for an additional hint of detail!

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