Keyboard with embroidery

The original key keeper with embroidery! An easy way to make a case for storing keys with your own hands, which will also serve as a decorative keyring.
 Original housekeeper with embroidery
Original housekeeper with embroidery First you need to create a basket with irises. Embroidering on a wide fabric is much easier than on a narrow blank for a case. Therefore, prepare a piece of dermatine for sewing the base, an embroidery needle, a frame, silk threads or fine yarn of the required colors (for irises you need a few tones of violet, a string of light green and dark green flowers, a little yellow yarn and brown hanks for a basket), take a small zipper, a ruler, and a ballpoint pen.  The original key keeper with embroidery
In the center of a round plot with p uchka and rulers make the markup for the basket (marks should be put every 3 mm).There should be about 20 rods in total.
 Original key keeper with embroidery
Now duplicate these points just above the resulting row (about 3-4 cm) and start connecting each pair with a thread .
The original key holder with embroidery
 The original key keeper with embroidery
At the end, you need to bring the needle to the front side of the embroidery (lower border of vertical lines) and proceed to the weaving of the basket. To do this, pass the thread through a tightly set row of twigs, constantly alternating the position of the thread (“above the rod” and “under the rod”).
 The original key keeper with embroidery
The original key keeper with embroidery
And when you are done weaving the cross bars, mark 6 cm from the top edge of the basket and draw a pen.
The original key holder with embroidery
Sew it with a reverse stitch,which will later need to be hidden by a looped seam.
 Original key keeper with embroidery
 The original key keeper with embroidery
Flowers also they first mark and then embark on embroidery of small stalks.
 The original housekeeper with yours vkoy
 Original key keeper with embroidery
Fix each dark loop on top with a regular stitch, place the light green thread between with these double stems in no particular order (single thread).
 The original key keeper with embroidery
And now comes the most interest A special moment is the embroidery of irises. This is very painstaking and creative work, so there are no special instructions and clear rules here. Each flower can combine several tones at once (darkening one petal, for example), and a monophonic bouquet can turn out - this is up to you. So, the upper part of the perianth is created from a loop, which, like a double stem,fixed on top of the stitch.
 Original housekeeper with embroidery
Side lobes are ordinary smooth stitches, applied symmetrically on both sides of the perianth.
 The original key keeper with embroidery
From below, create the same petal from a loop, but only smaller sizes. Immediately fill it with color.
 Original housekeeper with embroidery
Such flowers should be embroidered on each protruding stem, and always fill in the middle with yellow color.
 The original key holder with embroidery
 The original key keeper with in shvkoy
Then cut out two details for sewing the housekeeper and collect them with a suture by the contour.
Original key keeper with embroidery
Leave a slit for the zipper on top and (after the final stitching of the base) sew it into place.
 Original key keeper with embroidery
To quickly get the keys from the case, connect them to the fastener shelf leatherette. So the keys are not only easier to take out, but also almost impossible to drop or lose.
 Original housekeeper with embroidery
Now finding keys will be easier and faster, and wearing them in a beautiful case is much nicer than in your pocket.
 Original housekeeper with embroidery
 Original key keeper with embroidery


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