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Mini Flowers With Tiny Threads

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I made these flowers with threads and sewing needle.They are 3D work. It is called OYA (embelishment),

each flower is about one inch. Here is the picture :)

 

http://usera.imagecave.com/demeteileen1/IMG_2887-copy.jpg

 

Demet

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PIC WAS OVERSIZED, I SENT HER A PM

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Those are GORGEOUS!!!

 

You're work is just amazing!

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I love those! They look wonderful. :crocheting

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Those are great! Is there a website where I can learn more about this technique? Preferably with lots of pictures.

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They are so pretty !!! Thanks for sharing !!!

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so pretty

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Those are great! Is there a website where I can learn more about this technique? Preferably with lots of pictures.

 

There is abook name is OYA CULTURE SINCE OTTOMANS

 

ISBN 975-17-2451-1

 

Each pattern has one picture, diagram and some written instruction(s) but the book assumes, that reader already knows and practising this, (I did not understand anything from written instructions) since I learned from another person it is little easier to figure from diagrams, I bought the book for my collection, not for the patterns.

The book has many examples and designs for this work (needle one), shuttle work (tat), bead work,squen work, crochet oya and cloth oya (not much)

 

Demet

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Terrific! What lovely flowers.

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