Finished embroidery: cute doll’s house bolster cushions to make

Doll's house bolster cushions, stitched on 32 count silk gauze

Seven new kits have just been launched on my website – cute little bolster cushions for your doll’s house. They measure just an inch and a half long, by five eighths diameter.You can choose from floral, ethnic or ‘all-over’ designs, in pastels and brights. Each bolster is to be worked on 32 count silk gauze, and is designed to be really simple to do.

This design is called 'Tabriz'

Everything you need is included in the kit, from the silk gauze and Anchor stranded cotton (floss), to detailed making up instructions with diagrams, wadding, and a suitable needle. As usual with my kits, a clear colour block chart is included, to count the design from. There are even detailed instructions for how to make the tiny tassels that decorate each end of the bolster! Each bolster kit costs £12.95 , and postage & packing is free worldwide for these kits (as we only charge a flat rate of £1.25 on small orders of less than £10 ).

To see the designs, go to the ONLINE SHOP now.

An example of one of the pictures from the bolster cushion tutorial

If you are a beginner to mini-stitching and are unsure as to whether you would be able to make one of these bolsters, why not have a look at the FREE ONLINE TUTORIAL first? It guides you through every stage of stitching and finishing the bolster cushion, with detailed photos to show you exactly what you need to do. You’ll see just how easy they are to stitch! Go to the BOLSTER CUSHION TUTORIAL now to see how easy they are to make.

There are many co-ordinating items available, to complement this 'Summer Roses' design

 

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8 thoughts on “Finished embroidery: cute doll’s house bolster cushions to make

  1. stitchlady

    Just amazing…what magnification do you use ? I have never stitched on silk gauze . . . I don’t think I could see good enough.

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    1. Janet Granger Post author

      For 32 count silk gauze, I don’t use magnification at all – I just make sure I stitch in good natural daylight. I start to use a magnifier if I’m stitching on 40 count or 48, though – but even then, it’s only a 1.75, I think.

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  3. Elaine Maul

    Thanks to the mention on CraftGossip, I found your site today and just wanted to say how wonderful your work is.

    Your tutorials are also very clear so ‘Thank you’ for sharing those 🙂

    Elaine
    Cheshunt, Herts, UK

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  4. Fateah

    This isn’t work I would ever do myself, but I enjoy looking at yours. Stunning. Your photos are brilliant too, from different angles and in different situations, which give exactly the right – and often surprising – indication of size. And you’re clearly open to inspiration from many sources – well, its all One source really, but you know what I mean. It gives a lot of variety to your work.

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