The best way to start learning embroidery and practicing new stitches
This easy to perform embroidery pattern is designed for anyone who is new to embroidery! Detailed instructions contain all needed information and you will learn a lot of new stitches during your embroidery process.
Super beginner friendly design! Perfect for those who never tried embroidery before. You will learn a lot of basic stitches and have fun on the go! This pattern has 3 complete video tutorials on YouTube:
I’m giving away the first page of my Samplers Guide book for FREE! This easy to perform embroidery pattern is designed for anyone who is new to embroidery for practicing simple outline stitches like: Running, Back, Stem, Split and Whipped variations. It has a complete video tutorial on YouTube: https://youtu.be/BJS5go0bM-I
So feel free to download it and start learning embroidery with me!
Make for yourself a cute pincushion! This pattern is FREE and it has detailed step-by-step progress pictures and instructions. There are 5 different designs for pincushions. Watch my detailed video tutorial on YouTube where I’m showing my process from start to finish:
Try some intermediate techniques! With this little project you will learn how to do satin stitch, outline it and add some shading. You will also learn how to make french knots! This pattern contains my step-by-step progress pictures, detailed instructions and video tutorials:
In this PDF you will learn how to make embroidered Christmas ornaments. They are made using only simple stitches: satin stitch, back stitch, lazy daisy and blanket stitch for the borders. Filling your snowflakes with threads leftovers is a great way to give them a second life. You will learn a lot of embroidery techniques by watching my video tutorial and following instructions. It's a fun and interesting project because you will learn how to experiment with different kinds of beads, sequins and how to transfer patterns to felt.
Watch my video tutorial: https://youtu.be/0Tla3KCpfzA