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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!
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I love all things hand embroidered! For me, it's all in the little details. I created this set of embroidery hoop art for my daughters' bedroom. The little
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I wanted to make a handmade gift for my baby's first birthday so I used this free gnome pattern from Wee Folk Art. Crazy, right, giving embroidery to a
I love to embroider and sew dresses for me and my daughter you can check out my blog sewsimpledress.blogspot.com to view my other creations. You can download
I always do dry flower aggangements, so I picked up one of them to turn it into a ribbon embrodiery. Hope you like it.
Different ribbon embroidery stiches are used. These stiches are similar to the crewel stiches. I have enjoyed making this piece of beautiful work. Hope
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