Goldwork Embroidery: Logo Project – Part Two

Completed Abiogenesis sewn design

Completed Abiogenesis sewn design

I’ve been much delayed in doing the follow up to Part One of the goldwork project but here it is. This post looks at the next sewing test and final version of Gary Spencer Millidge’s Abiogenesis Press logo I made with some new equipment: a 30cm x 30cm Elbesee hand rotating (roller) frame and an Elbesee Posilock stand.

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Goldwork Embroidery: Logo Project – Part One

Abiogenesis logo IIS

I’ve been learning about goldwork embroidery for just over a year now by working from a few kits and trying a couple of projects from books.

I thought I’d share how I came to do this project as it’s the first time I’ve completed a design which is not from a pre-made kit or beginner-specific tutorial. Over two posts I’ll explain some of the processes, equipment and materials I’ve used.

I do want to say that I’m not an expert in goldworking, embroidery or any other textile art and these posts are not meant as a tutorial.

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