Just about everyone loves to collect patches, using designs found online, you can turn your embroidery machine into a patch making machine!
Picking out stitches can save an embroidered garment from apparent disaster. With the proper techniques and enough patience, almost any design can be removed and sewn over.
Canvas work is one of the oldest forms of embroidery. Bargello, or Florentine stitch is a great way of starting canvas work. Scroll to the end for a free chair seat pattern to get you started.
Love lace? Have an embroidery machine or looking at one? Lace making is super easy when you've got the right tools!
Of all the different types of apparel that can be decorated with custom embroidery, sweaters are an obvious choice. Here are some helpful tips to helping you sew your designs successfully.
I have written part one of this series before. If you are new to this series and want to learn from the beginning please read the first part first and then come back and read this hub. As I told you before in...
If you like to embroider, but can't find patterns you like, why not try freestyle? Making up your own designs as you stitch is as easy as doodling with pen or paper.
One of the most exciting aspects of machine embroidery is the opportunity for artistic use of color. Picking the right thread colors for your fabric can take a basic design to a new level.
You can make a stylish needlepoint belt for the man in your life with these patterns and instructions.
Choosing the right material for backing can have a big impact on the quality of your finished embroidered designs.
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