Hand Embroidery

Hand Embroidery

With the exploding popularity of embroidery patterns, it’s a good thing that hand embroidery is so easy to learn. You can get started with just a few embroidery stitches – some embroidery artists create stunning work specializing in just one or two stitches! Whether you prefer traditional patterns like flower embroidery or like to stitch on the edge with modern pattern designers, Create Whimsy has the inspiration and the how-to instructions to help.

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Jenny Clouston is happiest and most content when she is stitching by hand: crazy quilting, flower embroidery or English Paper Piecing. In embracing the process, she feeds her creativity and...

Aimee Ray's embroidery designs are all about finding something that makes you smile and then having fun with it. A busy mom of virtual schoolers by day, she sneaks in...

With a love for stitching happy things, fiber art by Catherine Redford is sure to keep you smiling. She does a bit of everything: embroidery, appliqué, crazy quilting, modern quilting,...

Rosemary Drysdale can't imagine her life without stitch. It's in her genes. Her British mother and grandfather are from a long line of tailors; her Scottish grandparents, and generations before...