Huck Flower Bookmark
from HereandAbove.com
by Deborah K. Lauro

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The model was stitched on a Ribband bookmark with 3 strands of DMC floss, #562 for the flower and #552 for the stems. The thread for the flowers must be 5 times the length of the finished row. The stem thread should be 3 1/2 times the width. This is actually not as hard as it appears at first glance, and four rows of stitching will complete the bookmark.

Note on the second graph that I have separated the two threads and then worked through each one step by step. Work from right to left when stitching... Left handed people may find it easier to load the image into a graphic program and flip it. Then they would work from left to right.

Go to General Tips for Huck Weaving for more information.


Copyright 2001 by Deborah K. Lauro at hereandabove.com. You are free to photocopy and distribute this pattern for non-commercial purposes. Please leave the copyright and byline intact. Do not place on another website or sell. Shopowners may photocopy and distribute free to patrons. Questions or comments, please email dlauro@hereandabove.com.