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Model Stitching
Model Stitchers are a very important part of ensuring that a finished embroidery design is stitchable.

My Stitch Nemesis
Do you have a stitch that, no matter how hard you try or how much you practice, it just wonít work? I do!

Needle & Thread - the Embroidery Newsletter
Subscribe to this monthly newsletter to keep up to date with everything that is happening at Embroidery @ BellaOnline.

New Year Embroidery Resolutions
It's a new year! How about making some embroidery resolutions that you will be able to keep.

Opus Anglicanum Embroidery
The most admired embroidery technique during the middle ages was Opus Anglicanum Ė or English Work. This technique used simple stitches but the beauty of the work relied on the skill of the embroiderer

Or Nue Embroidery
Itís been used for some of the most sacred embroideries, and this combination of gold and colours still shows itís beauty in modern embroideries.

Pink Ribbon Motif - Free Pattern
October is Breast Cancer month. Show your support for Breast Cancer research by stitching this Pink Ribbon motif for somebody you love.

Plastic Canvas Embroidery
Embroidery on plastic canvas is a fun way to use your skills to make 3-dimensional items.

Preparing your Thread
With any skill, there are some tricks in embroidery that will give your work a more professional look Ė and the best one is to prepare your thread before using it.

Preventing and Removing Dye Bleeding and Running
Nothing can be more annoying than having the colour from your thread bleeding and staining your embroidery piece. In this article, Iíll be looking at ways of preventing this, and removing stains that have already happened.

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