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From fabric choice to needle selection, these 6 essential hand embroidery supplies are all you need to start sittching like a pro.
Sylvia Cherry saved to Sewing
You don't need much to get started with hand embroidery. Find out the 5 essential hand embroidery supplies that you need for any embroidery project.
Jane Phillips saved to crafts
In this post, I tell you all about washable transfer paper for hand embroidery, such as Sulky's FabriSolvy paper or DMC's "magic paper," including: what it is; where to find it; how to use it; and my best tips and tricks for getting a great result. This is a great option for beginners, allowing for the easy transfer of even the most detailed designs.
A Akmb saved to Embroidery supplies
Working on my embroidery journal throughout 2020 and 2021 has absolutely helped me throughout these tough years. My journal has been there for so many big events and I'd like to be able to help you do the same, and in doing so, you'll need supplies.
Hello friends! Well, we’re a few weeks into National Craft Month here and I’ve joined forces with Clover to show you a craft near and dear to my heart: embroidery. A little about me, I’m Cheri, mom of two, crafty queen, DIYer extraordinaire and the owner and designer behind Tinkinstitches, an online shop for embroidery…
susan duchene saved to Hand Embroidery
Once you have the essential supplies (floss, needle, scissors, fabric, hoop, and a pencil), you’re honestly ready to get started in hand embroidery - and you’ll find loads of absolutely free tutorials online and through craft books you can check out at your local library. I started with just these essential supplies and free resources, thinking I might never finish anything. Overtime, I realized that embroidery was indeed my “home” craft, and the same might be true for you!
The array of embroidery supplies available can be overwhelming. I have made a list of the most essential hand embroidery supplies and some nice-to-haves that will get you started with embroidery. Needles You can choose from a variety of needles for embroider. The type of needle you choose depends to a large part on the...
Susan Richardson saved to stitchery
I fell in love with embroidery as a little girl My obsession with embroidery began in the early nineties. At that time, growing up in rural Minnesota my interests included American Girl Dolls, rollerblading, and 4H. While I was not interested in the more agricultural aspects of 4H (hello brown thumb!) I was immediately
Judi Fox saved to Embroidery for beginners