The verb glagolati means "to speak". It has been conjectured that the name glagolitsa developed in Croatia around the 14th century and was derived from the word glagolity, applied to adherents of the liturgy in Slavonic.
Have You Ever Embroidered your Handwriting? That was a fun sampler! And it morphed into a series of 15 free tutorials on embroidered handwriting, lettering and text.
Have you ever embroidered your own handwriting? Or embroidered text using a computer font? Have you ever embroidered writing on quilt labels, crazy quilt squares or the like? Or embroidered words on surface embroidery samplers? The more I play with embroidered handwriting, the more I gravitate towards certain stitches.
For example, am I embroidering something meant to be primarily utilitarian? Or am I embroidering something primarily meant to be displayed?
A quilt label, for example, is rather utilitarian: When it comes to just getting a point across in embroidered handwriting, I find myself drawn to two stitches that work for me every time: And just to give you an idea of the scale of the handwriting above, see that needle? In real life, the needle is t-i-n-y.
It makes a nice looking line — not entirely smooth, no, but nice looking. Whipped backstitch, I like because no embroidered handwriting task can be too small for it. If you need to embroider fine, small handwriting, but you want a smooth line not the bumpy, jerky line of typical backstitchwhipped backstitch does the job!
Two other favorites for embroidered handwriting: Split stitch, I like when using a non-strandable, softly twisted embroidery thread, like floche or coton a broder. Heavy chain stitch, I like for letters that are a little more blocky and that need a slightly heavy, smooth line.
For heavy chain stitch, floche, coton a broder, and floss all work great. On heavy lines, 12 perle cotton can work quite well, too.
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Leaf Man by Lois Ehlert was the inspiration for this craft and will leave you trying to find all sorts of things like butterflies, chickens, and fish in leaf piles. The book is about a leaf man who blows away in the wind. The reader is taken past all sorts of animals like chickens and ducks, past.
Cursive chart with arrows for direction - upper and lower case.
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