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Millions of Uses for Motifs
Motifs are the most useful designs in embroidery. You can use them for just about anything! This article also includes a FREE pattern for you.

Top Gifts for Embroiderers
Whether you´re an embroiderer wanting to hint, or have to buy a present for one, check out this list!

Creative Embroidery in a Place Mat Edging
Creative buttonhole stitch for edging table linens!

Creative Embroidery; Open Buttonhole Stitch for Trimming
I like to experiment with embroidery stitches on items I make for my children and grandchildren. Lately, I´ve been using an open buttonhole stitch on doll clothes -- along the hems of the skirt and edges of the sleeves.

Adding Dimension
Do you want to add dimension to your embroidery but don´t want to use stumpwork or other raised techniques? Then why not try this!

Book Review - Hardanger Embroidery by Jill Carter
Hardanger Embroidery is a beautiful form of needlelace that originated in Scandanavia. Jill Carter gives some beautiful projects in this book for you to stitch.

Stitching for Fun and Profit!
Want to earn a bit extra cash? Or just find a way to stitch projects without having to outlay anything? Here are 3 ways you can use your skills for profit - as well as fun!

Your Basic Workbox
One of the most common things asked about embroidery is "What basic Tools should I use". In this article, I start to take a look at embroidery tools.

Signing your Stitching
Artists sign their pieces - so why not embroiderers?

Making Changes and Substitutions in a Project
All embroiderers love to make changes to their basic projects. By following a few simple rules, these changes can greatly enhance your project - rather than being a mess.

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