Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Bargello

Bargello is also known as Florentine Needlework. It's a form of embroidery where the stitches are in clusters of vertical stitches. It's very easy to do and you can actually do it on Aida Fabric instead of the traditional canvas.

Check out my first Bargello design below.


Violet Flower Bargello on 14 ct. Aida



 
Salmon Flower Bargello on 14 ct. Aida

Yellow Orange Flower Bargello on 14 ct. Aida


Free Bargello Pattern
Now if you want to get the pattern, colors and details on how to do this project, please tell us on the comments why. I know you lurkers are out there. I see some traffic from the US, Italy, UK, Australia and Japan. Don't be lazy guys. Just give some comments.

Here is the link to the pattern of the purple one. You can make your own color schemes if you want to.

27 comments:

  1. I think you could use it for a book cover. I like the colors.

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    1. My very first comment. Thank you Linda. Which color scheme would you like?

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  2. I adore the purple one. Would love to frame it and put it on a wall :)

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  3. Just getting into bargello I get designs from the internet This is a beautiful design Thanks

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  4. I love the purple one but want to do it in fabric. Can I buy a pattern?

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    1. bargello is such a pretty design I love the purple one thanks

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  5. What a beautiful pattern , gorgeous movement. I like that it isn't unidirectional. Is the pattern available? I would like to do a teal version.

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  6. It is one of the pattern to create things with, and your choice of colors was great. Thanks for showing your pictures.

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  7. I want to make an actual quilt from this. Do you have a pattern that would translate?

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  8. I love the purple, is a pattern available for purchase?

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  9. I need to cover an old piano stool and don't want it to look like an old lady stitched it 100 years ago!

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  10. I would love to make a quilt from this pattern also, if possible. I absolutely adore the yellow/orange pattern, it kind of makes me think of a phoenix. :)

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  11. i love the salmon flower, i think it will very nice if i make it use fabric for wallhanging

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  12. All are beautiful,but favorite color is purple, would love to have the pattern

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  13. Very pretty, I would love to stitch it in purple or blues

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  14. An interesting design and it looks like it would be a challenge to do. Would love to have the pattern and have a go.

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  15. I am interested in using this as a focal point in a sample for my personal use. Is the pattern available?

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  16. Very pretty! I think the Salmon color is my favorite!

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  17. I'd like to make a pillow. Is the pattern available?

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  18. This would be a nice dining seat pattern. Perhaps in tans and brown.

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  19. This is amazing. I would love to see it with a few shades of pinks and grays.

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  20. Thanks so much for your sharing your beautiful work. I am going to attempt the purple pattern in Christmas colors. I haven't "bargelloed" in about 40 years. Thanks for inspiring me to needlepoint again.

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  21. I love the abstract effect it has. Its beautiful. I'm just learning and would like be to try it.

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