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…
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Have you ever felt like your embroidery needed a little something extra? There are SO many fun ways that you can pair hand embroidery with other media. One very simple way to begin is by using regular Crayola crayons to add a pop of color to your design. Read on to get tips for coloring your embroid
At the end of last year I was able to teach a few ornament classes locally. It's always such great experience to learn from my students. Many of my felt ornament designs involve some basic embroidery stitches. One of my favorites is the French Knot. It's such a great little stitch for adding a touch
Meet embroidery artist Victoria Matthewson, who paints exquisite pieces of art with needle and thread – each one embroidered meticulously in luminous silk thread and each taking weeks or even months to stitch.