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Skill Level: Beginner

With just basic stitches, you can work almost any Swedish weave or huck embroidery design. Learn how in this exclusive video!

Katherine Kennedy
Swedish Weaving & Huck Embroidery Made Easy
Katherine Kennedy, Instructor
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Katherine Kennedy, Instructor

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Katherine's special is Swedish weaving, also called huck embroidery. Her designs have a bit of a contemporary flare to them yet maintain a traditional look similar to those from the 1930s and '40s. Soon after discovering this craft, Katherine began selling hand-stitched items at shows and in local Scandinavian shops. She also started teaching, and it was her students who really encouraged her to look into publishing patterns. Just over a year later, her first book Easy-Does-It Swedish Weave Towels was published. Katherine now has a full line of chartpacks and kits that are distributed worldwide at her website www.SwedishWeaveDesigns.com.

FREE -- Class Overview
01:27
FREE -- Introduction
04:46
Terms to Know
02:28
Materials & Tools
08:13
Stitching Basics
09:35
Letís Stitch: Holiday Charm ...
11:25
Class Projects Overview
18:05
Finishing Techniques
07:54
Stitch Review & Class Wrap-Up
04:15
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Customer Reviews for Swedish Weaving & Huck Embroidery Made Easy:

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3.5 out of 5 (Reviewed by 29 customers.)

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July 17, 2023
Susan M
I liked this class and didn't find it too fast to comprehend. I was glad for the info on fabric types and the best thread types for each, which I hadn't found in any book. I'm doing a practice piece and had a question that wasn't answered, but I emailed Katherine and hope to get an answer soon.
April 11, 2023
Heidi M
This class is not very good. She just assumes we all know exactly what to do. I wish she would have shown more how to follow the patterns and went slower on the first small projects so we could understand better how the stitches were done. All I am getting out of this class is total frustration.
May 1, 2022
Beverly B
The instructor perhaps forgets what it's like to be a beginner. She moves too fast on the stitches and does not explain where she is going on the cloth. The video is shot at a side glance and therefore it leaves it troublesome to see where she is going with the next stitch or how far down she is going. Love the embroidery and the instructor is very knowledgeable but not great at teaching,
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Beverly - We would like to find out more from you concerning your post. Someone from pattern services will be contacting you shortly to see what we can do to help.
December 16, 2021
Kim M
I will be watching the class many more times as I go along in learning this craft. I thought Katherine did a really nice job showing the stitches and going over the stitch types twice is a big help. I'm glad she showed the finishing techniques in such detail. I have been a cross stitcher for years and was delighted that this can also be done on Aida cloth. it's a nice switch up and less time-consuming than doing a full cross stitch design but would also make very nice borders for cross stitch designs. if you are interested in Swedish weaving I would recommend this inexpensive tutorial which can be watched as much as you like.
June 22, 2021
Lourdes C
Hello, I love the class the instructor is very knowledgeable and knows the craft very well. Sometimes the video looks blurry and cuts off a little but overall is a great class I'm happy with the purchase. I do have a question what kind of material is Cordonne I don't know if I'm spelling the word the right way, but I'm interested in that thread or yarn but I can't find any information. I'll appreciate it if the instructor shares that information. Thank you very much.

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