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Monday, April 23, 2012

LOOK !!!!!

can you see it??????

over there...to your right
(on my sidebar, at the very top)
can you see that I've uploaded a video of me needle punching?

ok, so click on it,
and....UM..... humor me, ok?

I'm NOT a cinematographer ~ far from it...
but
I am ambidextrous!!!
...it's just me, showing you all what I love to do...
hope you enjoy!

Blessings from the Farm!
Lori

24 comments:

  1. Really cool to watch you punch Lori! Man, are you fast!! I have something on my frame so will give your background idea a go. I have moved back and forth but probably tend to go round and round more often. Thanks so much for sharing! Hugs, Lori

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  2. It was helpful to me because I am trying to figure it out!
    take care
    Kim

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  3. Great tutorial Lori,,thanks for sharing,,now I'm off to put your tips into practice. I'm a go around the details person, then fill in randomness.
    Blessings,
    Ronda

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  4. Thank you Lori. I recently got a few of your patterns but haven't tried them yet and this certainly helps. I bought Weaver's cloth in two shades, and found needles locally in Clover and Boye brand. This looks like fun and I will practice first to see how close to make the punches.

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  5. Lori, I really need to get my punch needle back out and start doing punch again, it's been too long! OLM

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  6. Hi Lori:

    I have never seen anyone do needle punch so this was a treat for me to watch you. Thanks for making the video. Looks like fun.

    I live in lower Michigan and hope to be able to make it to Ghoultide this year.

    hugs!
    Carol

    hugs!
    Carol

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  7. That was great!! I have never seen anyone do that before and I have done it by reading the directions over and over and wished I could see it done. Now I will pick up my needle again and finish my projects because I just knew I was doing something wrong. Thank you so much. It was a great video.

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  8. is that punchneedle pattern available? I love it!

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  9. Lori, I'm so glad you made this video! I am trying to teach myself right now how to do this and I really enjoyed listening to your tips! Mindy

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  10. This was great. The crop circles comment gave me a real chuckle. I don't punch but have been meaning to get into it. If I do... the first thing I plan to punch is Coxcomb & Tulip. I totally love the look of that piece.
    Thanks again for the inspiration.
    Nan

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  11. I love it !! It's like sitting in the room with you ! I don't get to meet folks from cyber land much, seems I'm in a weird "blank"zone...up here in the very NW corner of Pa. I haven't seen many folks that are online in blogs or such... so this was FUN !!
    I love the piece you are working on !! and yes, call me an alien cause i do the crop circles....lol...I never had anyone to teach me, and so I ASS -umed that was how I was supposed to do it !!....lol
    you are a great teacher !!
    Robin

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  12. That was awesome!! I've never seen any needle-punch before, so this was quite a revelation - I'm amazed you did this while holding the camera too - beautiful work, I love the visual effect of this!!!!

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  13. Hey Lori, thanks for sharing the video! Your punching is great and I learned a new trick ... the way you leave little gaps then go back and fill in with a different color. I admire your talent to hold the camera so steady with just one hand while punching with the other!

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  14. Lori -- thank you for the tutorial ! You said you were using 6 strands of thread ! Wow -- that must make the punching go faster as well. You are so comfortable with it -- it's nice to watch.

    Thanks for sharing !
    Karen

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  15. Fascinating! I've been wanting to try punchneedle and I think you have sold me on it. I think it could be something I can do on long trips to shows! Thanks!!-Jan

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  16. What a great idea!! Love it!! Its so helpful to see it done especially being a visual hands on learner.

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  17. Lori, Oh my goodness girl you are like a machine! And I can't believe you were punching with one hand and taping with the other! Great video....and love the design. Hope to see you at Ghoultide! Maria

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  18. great tutorial Lori...thanks for making it...can't believe you can punch, film and talk at the same time!

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  19. Wow, you are speedy ! I like how you use 6 stands & weave all around, that was really fun to watch. Thank you so much for sharing....I will have to dig out my punch & try it again, I never had my threads long enough & got frustrated.

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  20. Hi Lori,
    I watched the video and learned a lot...I guess I'm doing it right after all.
    Thanks for sharing.
    Karen

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  21. Wow! That is so cool! Thanks for the tutorial. I have tried a little needlepunch, but still need lots of practice. You make it look so easy.

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  22. How fun! I would love to learn how and I loved your tutorial...You make it look so easy and what a sweet voice you have~hugs,Jen

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