Embroidery

Embroidery

Embroidery stitches, made by hand or by machine, add a dimensional  and embellishment layer to wool cotton, silk, and more.

Browse through some of our spotlight interviews with amazing hand embroidery artists like Janet Clare and Lynn Krawczyk, or check out the great embroidery patterns from Kathy Schmitz.

Hollis Chatelain takes machine embroidery to an entirely new level.

We also offer tutorials with examples of a large variety of embroidery stitches.

From her early, pre-Kindergarten artworks to her textile work today, PM Neist rebels against conventional approaches. With focused intention, the Houston-based artist tells a story with every unique stitch, revealing...

Whether a student of historical Japanese Sashiko or a Modern Creative just looking for an easy, enjoyable slow stitching project, Sashiko might be “it”. All you need are simple sashiko...

Making Sashiko ornaments is a great way to see what the slow-stitch movement is all about. It's slow stitch, to be sure, but the projects are so small you can...

In a fast-paced, plugged-in world, it’s so easy to lose track of how the things we use everyday came to be. Even though today’s versions are largely machine made, human...

While her first embroidery project at age 10 presented challenges, Shirley Hudson is glad she persisted. She has made a career out of stitch, and her work designing patterns doesn't...