1,476 hem stitch Home Design Photos

Dallas: Alicia + AdamLindsay von Hagel
cross stitch mural-could make stencils like this
love cross-stitch mural and the drapes
love the painted cross-stitch on the wall. hate the rest.
Winnie The Pooh Idea - cross stitch tape
Dotty's room bursts with art, including Adam's hand-painted cross-stitch mural and work by local artists. The couple found much of the furniture at consignment stores. They personalized this thrift store rocking chair by painting it white and reupholstering the seat in a fresh, graphic fabric. Picnic
Master bedroomChloe Warner
"Hem." Any bottom, side or top portion of the drapery fabric folded over toward the back of the treatment and sewn is considered a hem. You can see the finished hem very clearly at the bottom of the drapes in this shot.Tip: A 3-inch bottom hem tends to be the standard. Anything
they are minimalist in style, there is still a lot of volume in the amount of yardage, and they go floor to ceiling. I love the silver detail at the hem.
Eemnes homegosto design & lifestyle
Vinyl lace tablecloth for Betsy - get it at local fabric store and hem with some Stitch Witchery
Ask your local fabric store for samples of vinyl lace. Get a few yards cut of your favorite fabric and have the edges hemmed at your dry cleaner, or do it on your own with a little Stitch Witchery.
Hospital Home Lottery 2012 - DenAtmosphere Interior Design Inc.
history of the flame stitch. Flame stitch is a design, rather than a type of fabric. One theory that historians have about the origins of the flame stitch is that it emerged from the marriage of two embroidery stitches popular in the 13th and 14th centuries: the Gobelin (or brick stitch) and the Hungarian
Hungarian (or zigzag stitch). The resulting combination was a favorite of Princess Elizabeth of Hungary, who traveled to Perugia, Italy, so often that some believe this is how the flame stitch became so popular in Italy.Another theory is that the flame stitch developed from the influence of Middle Eastern
Eastern textiles, such as ikat, that were coming into Italy via the Silk Road. The flame stitch wallpaper with a modern twist in this photo looks bold but still works with the room's design. The warmth of the wallpaper connects really well with the wingback chairs. Upholstering the chairs in a contemporary
Carmel Mid-Century LEEDStudio Schicketanz
have seen a demand for longer curtains and now stock in lengths from 84 inches to as long as 124 inches that you can hem to fit.Can't sew to save your life? Use Stitch Witchery to hem the edges — no one will ever know the difference.
Living roomGreg Natale
The flame stitch throughout Europe. The flame stitch started to become very popular in the 17th century. Italian armchairs stitched with silk threads in flame stitch designs were seen in a collection at the Bargello Museum in Florence. As
or "Florentine stitch" to describe the flame stitch. Flame stitch patterns continued to remain popular throughout the 17th and 18th centuries. Women would embroider wallets for their future husbands in the design, keen to show off their skills. The French also jumped on the flame stitch bandwagon — they
Master SuiteGarrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
stitching or embroidery stitched to the bottom of drapes
Like the print trim up 3' floor the hem of these drapes - creates interest yet subtle and elegant
Living RoomRachel Reider Interiors
Flame stitch variations. During the later part of the 17th century, a few new patterns emerged that were inspired by the Bargello flame stitch pattern. The carnation, medallion and diamond patterns evolved as new stitches were tried. These embroideries were found more
more in the U.S. and England than in Europe. During the 1970s the flame stitch fell heavily out of favor and stayed missing in action for several decades. Luckily for us, however, the flame stitch and all its variations are back. These modern Jonathan Adler Bargello wave pillows look like they were inspired
added a lot of navy blue pieces to their store. If you are looking for a chair with character check out the Everett Kantha. The upholstery is hand stitched kantha-embroidery. Add a knotted felt pillow, such as these from West Elm for a sunny pop of color.
GeorginaToro-Lombardo Design Build
made them. Off white linen with contrasting stripes of gros-grain applied on the linen. They are gathered with modified French pleats which are only stitched at the top, so that the overall feeling is tidy and made to measure, but at the same time relaxed. The rods were custom, no finials. Enjoy!
trim on hem
Lopez Island ResidenceDavid Vandervort Architects
The majority of the wood is Glu-lam beams (standard Hem-Fir lumber) with a Sikkens Cetol finish.
Glu-lam beams (standard Hem-Fir lumber) with a Sikkens Cetol finish."”
Combo of grey siding and wood. Architect on the wood: "The majority of the wood is Glu-lam beams (standard Hem-Fir lumber) with a Sikkens Cetol finish."
525a Upper Changi RoadThe Interior Place (S) Pte Ltd
DOWN HEM...Deep hem, hardware...Heavy hem
Mediterranean ClassicTommy Chambers Interiors, Inc.
These drapes are very easy to make, they look like there pinched pleated. Which is simple and hemmed. If you don't know how to make them, its hard to type here but, you can use "YouTube" once your on youtube.com make sure you type in the seach engine
Get this look: Purchase a few yards of a heavy, printed tapestry-inspired fabric to hang on your wall. This simple project just requires a sewn pocket hem on the top side of the fabric to suspend it from a wrought iron curtain rod.
Get this look: Purchase a few yards of a heavy, printed tapestry-inspired fabric to hang on your wall. This simple project just requires a sewn pocket hem on the top side of the fabric to suspend it from a wrought iron curtain rod.
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