Creative embroidery

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Learn how to do Needleweaving Bar, this is one of the many types of Picot Stitch. These stitches are perfect for raised embroidery, use them to stitch differ...

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Milagonzabena
Embroidery Floss Projects, Diy Embroidery Thread, Abstract Embroidery, Embroidery Stitches Tutorial, Creative Embroidery, Embroidery Supplies, Hand Embroidery Stitches, Embroidery Tutorials, Hand Embroidery Designs

As you use embroidery floss for a project, you'll find that you're left with small bits of leftover floss. These leftover bits of floss are often referred to as Old Ratty Threads (or ORTs, for short), and newer stitchers often ask what they're "supposed" to be doing with them, anyway. As is always the case in hand embroidery, there aren't any "rules" for what to do with these leftover bits of floss. In today's post, I'll share a few ideas for what you might choose to do with your ORTs, along…

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Heather Murray
Basic Hand Embroidery Stitches, Embroidery Lessons, Crewel Embroidery Kits, Hand Embroidery Projects, Sewing Embroidery Designs, Embroidery Tutorials, Embroidery And Stitching, Embroidery Techniques, Ribbon Embroidery

Vintage patterns can be beautiful, which is why I bought this old Spinnerin. (front cover) Vintage patterns can also be hilariously tacky, which is why I bought this old Spinnerin. (back cover) Lucky for you over the next few weeks I’ll be posting all the good, the bad, and the ugly afghan patterns your twitchy little fingers could ever hope to knit or crochet! Here are some Embroidery Stitches to wet your appetite…

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SigrúnSveitó Jó
Basic Hand Embroidery Stitches, Embroidery Lessons, Hand Embroidery Projects, Embroidery Stitches Tutorial, Embroidery Flowers Pattern, Hand Embroidery Art, Sewing Embroidery Designs, Embroidery Tutorials, Embroidery Techniques

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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Adrienne James
Embroidery Floss Storage, Embroidery Tools, Hand Embroidery Projects, Embroidery Materials, Embroidery On Clothes, Embroidery Gifts, Creative Embroidery, Embroidery Supplies, Sewing Embroidery Designs

Embroidery is one of those hobbies where you don’t need to spend a great deal of money in order to give it a good go. Essentially, all you need is a hoop, fabric and embroidery thread.Although, if you really want to make the most of embroidering, I would say there are 5 ‘must have’ supplies that you need to really enjoy the process!So, what are they?

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Julie Owsley
Basic Hand Embroidery Stitches, Embroidery Lessons, Hand Embroidery Projects, Embroidery Stitches Tutorial, Creative Embroidery, Sewing Embroidery Designs, Hand Embroidery Patterns, Embroidery And Stitching, Embroidery Techniques

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…

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Janice Holdsworth