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Cornflowers Scissor Envelope – Project Index

 

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As we work through the Cornflowers project in our current stitch-along, we need an index where we can keep all the lessons related to the project in one handy, accessible place.

And here it is! The Cornflowers Scissor Envelope Project Index!

Cornflowers Scissor Envelop - Project Index

Below, you’ll find a list of all the articles related to this project, arranged in chronological order from first to last. If you plan to come back to stitch the project later, or if you are stitching at your own pace and need time off, you’ll be able to visit here to catch up or to find anything you’ve missed.

If you’re new to the project and you’d like to stitch it yourself, take a moment to read through the articles below so you can get going!

You can find materials kits for the Cornflowers project available here, if you’d like to start with all the materials you need to create your own Cornflowers scissor envelope.

Cornflowers Scissor Envelope – List of Articles

Introduction to Cornflowers – in this article, you’ll learn what you can expect from the stitch-along

Cornflowers, Part 1: Materials, Design, & Set-Up

Cornflowers, Part 2: All the Stems

Cornflowers, Part 3: All the Leaves

Cornflowers, Part 4: The Flowers

Cornflowers, Part 5: The Envelope and The End

New links to the articles will be added as each new lesson posts.

You’ll find this index listed under “Tips & Techniques” in the main menu on Needle ‘n Thread. You can bookmark it or add it to your home screen on your mobile device for easy access while you’re following the stitch-along!

More on this project soon! In the meantime, I hope your stems from Part 2 are coming along well!

 
 

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  1. I love your articles and inspiration on doing embroidery. Keeps me inspired. Great tips and always very useful information.
    Thank you Mary.

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  2. Mahalo Mary for this new stitch along. I love your instructions and way of presenting the information. I’ve finally been able to create a little thread painting with the cornflowers and I am so happy for all the insight this project has given me! Can we please put it all together now! I am so excited and impatient to finish!

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