Embroidery and Stitching
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Check out the 10 best hand embroidery stitches for outlining, filling and decorating designs, so you can conquer any hand embroidery project!
Vicki Freeman saved to Embroidery
Chris of Ella’s Craft Creations shares an excellent method for transferring an embroidery design to fabric. In her needlework tutorial, she will show you one of the easiest ways to …
sandy hart saved to Hand embroidery
See how to do embroidery stitches with this easy step-by-step hand embroidery tutorial and free embroidery pattern!
Cutesy Crafts saved to Embroidery Ideas
Little by little I've mentioned in my posts some mistakes that you might be making as a hand embroidery beginner and warned you from some other things that you can do as a rookie. But all of it is scattered around the blog, so I thought it is a high time I make a compilation and gather all of that in one place. So here we go! The list of the most common mistakes as a hand embroidery beginner: 1. Not taking your fabric out of the hoop after stitching session So, let's say, you have an…
Biljana B. saved to Time for something small
Hand embroidery tips: how to use variegated thread
Beth Foushee saved to Embroidery
As you probably know, I am very fond of the embroidery technique called long and short stitching, and I hope more and more people fall in love with it and see that it is actually not that scary and no
Viviane Halsall saved to Needlework
If you're a beginner at stitching, you might get confused why some artists use less number of strands, and the others more. What is the big deal? What is the difference at all? Can I work a pattern designed for using 6 strands, with 1 strand? And can I work a pattern design for 1-2 strands of thread, using 6 strands? Let's take it one step at a time :) Related posts: 10 tips for hand embroidery beginners Top 10 beginner mistakes in hand embroidery How many strands should I use? There is no…
Volunteer V-13 saved to Quick saves
What is slow stitching? A lot of fun! Learn how to get started with slow stitching and enjoy this creative textile art.
Julia Robaina saved to Scrapbooking
Sometimes as people are on their embroidery journeys, they ask me how they can stitch more neatly. This article is my attempt to answer that question based on what I’ve learned in my own stitching, rather than what I think is “good embroidery” and “the way you have to do things”. If you’ve had some
Sammie Belanger saved to Needle Work