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Getting Children Involved in your Embroidery
Involving your children in your hobbies can be rewarding and you can end up looking at what you do in an entirely different way.
Satin Stitch Basics
Satin Stitch got you frustrated? These tips will help make your satin stitch embroidery look fantastic!
My Stitch Nemesis
Do you have a stitch that, no matter how hard you try or how much you practice, it just won’t work? I do!
What is Biscornu
Biscournu is a term that has become very popular in the embroidery world over the last year or so – but exactly what is it? A Technique? Thread? Stitch? Read on and be charmed!
Fabulous Embroidery Freebies
We all love a freebie, and I’ve found some great places to find free embroidery projects for you!!
Using Embroidery to get the Vintage Look
From “Downton Abbey” to “The Great Gatsby” by way of “Mad Men”, the vintage look is all the rage. You can use your embroidery skills to get that vintage look in your clothes!
Using Metal Thread
Metal thread embroidery can be one of the most rewarding – and difficult – types of embroidery to attempt. Knowledge of the different types of thread, and the proper tools to use can make this technique much easier.
What is crewel embroidery, and why has it remained so popular for almost 500 years?
Preparing your Thread
With any skill, there are some tricks in embroidery that will give your work a more professional look – and the best one is to prepare your thread before using it.
When you Don't Need a Hoop
Although most of your embroidery will look better if you use a hoop or frame to stitch, there are some stitches that work best when worked without.
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