Needlework embroidery

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Little by little I've mentioned in my posts some mistakes that you might be making as a hand embroidery beginner and warned you from some other things that you can do as a rookie. But all of it is scattered around the blog, so I thought it is a high time I make a compilation and gather all of that in one place. So here we go! The list of the most common mistakes as a hand embroidery beginner: 1. Not taking your fabric out of the hoop after stitching session So, let's say, you have an…

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Adrienne James
Crochet, Patchwork, Knitting, Sewing Stitches, French Knot Embroidery, Sewing Embroidery Designs, Sewing Crafts, Embroidery Stitches Beginner, Basic Embroidery Stitches

At the end of last year I was able to teach a few ornament classes locally. It's always such great experience to learn from my students. Many of my felt ornament designs involve some basic embroidery stitches. One of my favorites is the French Knot. It's such a great little stitch for adding a touch

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Sarah Dunn
Twisted Chain Stitch In Hand Embroidery (Step By Step & Video) | Embroidery For Beginners Embroidery Patterns, Embroidery Stitches, Embroidery Stitches Tutorial, Embroidery Floss, Thread Up, Dmc Embroidery Floss, Embroidery For Beginners, Basic Embroidery Stitches, Embroidery Tutorials

Twisted Chain Stitch is a part of the chain stitch family. In this stitch, the chain is little twisted while working and hence it’s name. When we make the chain, instead of the regular wrapping around the needle, we will take it in another direction. You can see from the below tutorial. It gives a richer look to...Read More »

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Coni Osborn
Quilting, Embroidery Stitches, Crewel Embroidery, Quilts, Embroidery Stitches Beginner, Sewing Embroidery Designs, Embroidery Thread, Embroidery And Stitching, Embroidery Stitches Tutorial

If you're a beginner at stitching, you might get confused why some artists use less number of strands, and the others more. What is the big deal? What is the difference at all? Can I work a pattern designed for using 6 strands, with 1 strand? And can I work a pattern design for 1-2 strands of thread, using 6 strands? Let's take it one step at a time :) Related posts: 10 tips for hand embroidery beginners Top 10 beginner mistakes in hand embroidery How many strands should I use? There is no…

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Lisa Holbert