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Video recreating the floral lace appliqué as seen on the 1950s Norman Hartnell early evening gown, worn by HM The Queen. See this dress in 'Fashion Rules' at Kensington Palace from 4 July 2013.
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T R A N G S E W I N G (1 month ago)
How I Made a Little Black Dress from a Skirt! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NWElEB5vWlU&t=7s
Macaulay Titilope (6 months ago)
hello, please what kind of table are you using? i'd like to have one, but i just can't seems to find it. Please i dont know what is it called...
Janu a (9 months ago)
very beautiful and where can v get the frame
Javi Garcia (10 months ago)
Princess Jamarrah (10 months ago)
what kind of table is that?
Tony Oliver (11 months ago)
I can get the same effect and cut time in half with a sewing machine
Distinctive Fabric (11 months ago)
is there anyway i can possibly reach you for some inquires?
Distinctive Fabric (11 months ago)
awesome video..thankyou for sharing this.
Odettesharesherheart (11 months ago)
Thank you for taking the time to share your expertise. I appreciate your efforts to making this video. God bless you.
Indian Man (1 year ago)
i am hand embroidery desighner 9594406562
Sarah Classic Sewing (1 year ago)
Gorgeous. Thanks for sharing.
Angelica Luck (1 year ago)
More worded explanation on technique needed
Yegane Memmedova (1 year ago)
chocolate271208 (1 year ago)
hay personas como yo que no sabemos inglés por favor traducirlo a español gracias
Dorothy Uranga (1 year ago)
Dolores Romero Fernandez 1. Pon los subtítulos 2. Traduce en google 3. Aprende inglés
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Nadir Barca (2 years ago)
porque no lo traducir al español gracias
spidaminida (2 years ago)
Couching looks beautiful. Always forget about that one :)
Bruly Ricard (2 years ago)
What is the name of the table she used?
Shobha Swamy (1 year ago)
Daniele Todorov mm
Bruly Ricard (2 years ago)
+Daniele Todorov Thanks!!!
DT (2 years ago)
+Bruly Ricard I think it's called a standing work frame.
Taib Mek (2 years ago)
Delmer Caceres (2 years ago)
christiane escobar (2 years ago)
would anyone happen to know the name of the song? it's great!
naomi glory wilson (3 years ago)
hi, i just wanna ask... what kind of table are you using? coz i'd like to have one, but i just can't seems to find it  coz idk what is it called... thank you
naomi glory wilson (2 years ago)
Thank you for your information :)
RishyB Doggins (2 years ago)
+naomi glory wilson It's a tambour embroidery table, you can find them on some specialty online sewing stores, but very often people simply make them themselves, as they're very simple to construct :)
kimikokat (3 years ago)
Awesome video! The music was so cute, do you happen to know the name of the song?
Karla Waiss (3 years ago)
Beautiful! Thank you!
abla kugblenu (3 years ago)
DomesticatedGoth (3 years ago)
Beautiful! Couching around the design to really bring it out is something I'm going to have to try on one of my more ambitious/extravagant project. It looks like it takes a lot of patience and time, so probably best for the long daylight hours of summer, though!
Nicole Kriebel (3 years ago)
Great lesson.
saqsay1 (3 years ago)
Well done video, but it needs to be longer. What is a coaching stitch anyway?
Laurie Cawthorn (3 years ago)
couching not coaching, hand tack a thread in place to outline a shape, embroidery not team sport~
Maria Bissacco (4 years ago)
Anita Mottley (4 years ago)
Maureen Zigulis (4 years ago)
heula1 (4 years ago)
Good for you!
Dona Klein (4 years ago)

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