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An heirloom is an item that is handed down from generation to generation. Heirloom embroidery is your chance to add to your family treasures.
Hints for Entering Embroidery Competitions
Entering a piece in an embroidery competition may seem simple, but there are some tricks that will help your chances of success.
Holiday Gifts for Embroiderers
Looking for that special gift for the needleworker in your life? Look no further.
Inspired to Design
Ever wondered how to get inspiration to design your own piece of embroidery? Just look around you!
Two popular forms of Japanese embroidery are Nihon Shishu and Sashiko – both very different, and yet both exquisite in their own ways.
Keeping the Back of your Work Tidy
Many people want to know why you shouldn’t knot thread or use long carrying threads in your embroidery. Well, here’s why! A neat back to your stitching really does make a difference!
Machine Embroidery has taken off in popularity, with sewing machines designed especially for this intricate art.
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.
Men Who Embroider
Although embroidery is usually thought of as a woman’s hobby or profession, over the centuries there have also been men who have been passionate about it as well.
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.
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