Richard Box: From Drawing to Free Hand Machine Embroidery

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0 Richard Box: From Drawing to Free Hand Machine EmbroideryRichard Box is the author of sevaral drawing and illustration books available from SEARCH PRESS. He is as well a well-known sewing machine free-hand embroiderer who works from illustrations of animals, flowers — just about anything to produce wonderful embroidered recreations on textile using straight stitch on a sewing machine.

We caught up with Richard at the 2007 Knitting & Stitching Show at the National Exhibition Centre in England and had the chance to visit his booth and watch some wonderful demonstrations!

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October 9, 2011

greendos1 @ 12:02 pm #

Thank you Richard …
Thank you Richard for this brilliant DVD. Diane is looking forward to the Easter School.

strawberrygirlmoon @ 12:02 pm #

Thank you Richard, …
Thank you Richard, this tutorial is so easy to follow and under stand, iam keen to have a go now …..thanks again

MRGRIMALKYN @ 12:02 pm #

The frame can be …
The frame can be made from plywood or M.D.F. ( medium density fibreboard ).
Sorry for that omission in the script.
Thank you all for your encouraging comments ! Richard Box

MRGRIMALKYN @ 12:02 pm #

The frame can be …
The frame can be made from plywood or M.D.F. ( medium density fibreboard ).
Sorry for that omission in the script.
Thank you all for your encouraging comments !

ithienwood @ 12:02 pm #

Super tutorial and …
Super tutorial and wonderfully presented. Thank you for posting.

acquesi @ 12:02 pm #

Me encantaaaaaaaaaa …
Me encantaaaaaaaaaa !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

majawow @ 12:02 pm #

Beautiful!
Beautiful!

RotteRoda @ 12:02 pm #

Great work, great …
Great work, great artist! I love your video and the way you are teaching us!

susansashiko @ 12:02 pm #

Excellent video – …
Excellent video – thanks Richard! Was interesting to meet you at Denman College this week.

Airmaiden63 @ 12:02 pm #

Richard how awesome …
Richard how awesome. I look forward to trying your techniques.

luckieO7 @ 12:02 pm #

stunning, love you …
stunning, love you Richard! your a great teacher!

liinuliinu @ 12:02 pm #

Beautiful artwork! …
Beautiful artwork! Great inspiration too!

suwalker @ 12:02 pm #

Excellent help! …
Excellent help! Thanks for sharing!

LovelyHoney425 @ 12:02 pm #

Absolutely stunning …
Absolutely stunning. Beautiful art work.

Haimy @ 12:02 pm #

Thanks for the …
Thanks for the inspiration =) I'll try my hand at this.

artimom @ 12:02 pm #

Delightful. I love …
Delightful. I love the way you captured the spirit of daisies with your free and breezy stitching,

britishbornchinese @ 12:02 pm #

Thanks Richard! …
Thanks Richard! Great video!

1dianejo @ 12:02 pm #

Thank you! Lovely …
Thank you! Lovely work. I am curious as to what kind of frame you are stapling to. Thin wood? Cardboard?

fLiPpAntMisSCreanT @ 12:02 pm #

Wow, how have I NOT …
Wow, how have I NOT heard of this man?
I had to teach myself over the last 5 years and he mentioned most of what I'd suggest to anyone starting this fun and fabulous technique {Btw, always use some foot as it stabilizes your work, focus on where you are going, not where the line is, and drop the feed dogs!}.

Great tutorial, can't wait to see more =')

LoriSews @ 12:02 pm #

You are a true …
You are a true professional and talented person. Thank you for teaching and sharing! Lori

zoff1369 @ 12:02 pm #

Continue to …
Continue to motivate and inspire Richard. We really appreciate what you have done for machine embroidery. Ruth J J

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