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Learn the embroidery supplies you'll need to do punch needle embroidery. Find a punch needle thread guide and advice on needles.
There are only two basic huck weaving stitches to learn for Swedish weaving patterns. You can do it. Easy!
Select your favorite punch needle patterns or design your own punch needle kits and learn how to transfer a pattern onto fabric.
Learn how to sell embroidery patterns on Craftsy and tips for selling embroidery!
Here are some adorable free cross stitch cards to print and stitch if you want to try stitching on paper.
It's easy enough for a kids embroidery project. Thanks, Mr. Printables!
There are many organizer systems for embroidery and cross stitch supplies. Choose one that matches the way you work and your needlework storage space.
I wanted a simple Christmas design to decorate my wall. This was a free pattern from Alita designs, I used 18 count aida which I had in my stash, then
Stitch and finish a handmade counted cross stitch Christmas stocking for a family heirloom to make the holidays memorable.
Ok, so I'm not asking myself for help (at least not today), but I really wanted to share my embroidery wreath with you. Perhaps it will be of help to someone
The winner of the Share Your Embroidery giveaway is Wanda C.! I just sent her a $25 Amazon gift card. Thank you to everyone who entered by sharing embroidery photos!
This was the third pattern from this designer that I made up. I'm a a relative newcomer to this type of embroidery. It is done on 18 point mono canvas
Tinkerbell pillow was stitched for my granddaughter Norah's birthday. She loves all things Tinkerbell. I make a birthday pillow each year and this was
This embroidery hoop jack-o-lantern is so easy a child can do it. What a great way to introduce children to embroidery!
Thanks to Chocolate Eyes blog for the great idea!
This is a set of Pillow cases made by my mom. When I first started to learn this is what she was working on and was used to show me the stiches I need
Traditional needlecraft meets the 21st century in home machine embroidery. Use modern technology to express yourself in new ways!