Your craving to flaunt new hairstyles is a never-ending one, so here's something to meet your need. Try this French knot hairstyle! Video: . This is an easy way to dress up your hair into an artistic hairstyle. Step 1: Separate a Section of Hair Comb your hair thoroughly so t ...more
The French knot is used often in hand-embroidery, but a lot of people avoid it, because it intimidates them. Once you work one correctly, you'll find that it's really easy!!! Watch this video from Needle 'n Thread to see how it's done. Video: .
Add even more personal touches to your handmade crochet items. This how to video is a tutorial on how to embroider crochet projects using French knot stitches. You can embroider just about anything with the French knot stitch. Watch and learn.
This video shows you how to do the French Knot in Silk Ribbon Embroidery. The French knot is a pretty knot for Embroidery and will make your patterns look nice.
Make It Mine Magazine editor Linda Augsburg shows you how to make French knots. A French knot takes the place of a dot in embroidery. Watch this video embroidery tutorial and learn how to make a French knot.
This video shows ways to spice up your stitching using beads and charms. It’s a great way to add 3D aspects without having to do complicated techniques. Examples of good places to add beads are eyes, punctuation marks, and similar things. They can be used instead of stitches s ...more
Felt food is a great substitute for unsafe toys for children. A real life mom gives tips in this video on how to create great felt food that her children absolutely love playing with! The instructions are easy: Use wool or wool-blend felt instead of craft felt; it feels nicer. ...more
Even some experienced cross stitchers find the French knot difficult to make, and beginning stitchers are often afraid to choose patterns containing them. Luckily, the technique you will learn in this tutorial will make it easier to learn and to execute. In this video clip, yo ...more
The colonial knot is used in hand embroidery in the same applications as the French knot. Here's a video tutorial from Needle 'n Thread to help you get the hang of the colonial knot. Video: .
This tutorial is a concise tutorial on the basic embroidery stitches. Learn how to do a French knot, flower, chain stitch, back stitch, outline stitch, satin stitch, and a cross stitch. All you need is some fabric, an embroidery hoop, floss and needle.