Embroidery Blog

  • Self portrait embroidered on tulle

    How to embroider on tulle

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    It has only been a few weeks since Charles began to experiment with how to embroider on tulle. If you’ve never embroidered on tulle before it can be quite tricky to start.…

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  • Embroidered lettering with French knots

    Embroidered lettering as a modern art for self expression

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    Embroidered lettering might be one of the most common forms of embroidery through both ancient and modern history. I remember even my grandmother telling me how she would embroider initials on bed…

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  • wearable art with embroidered patch

    Wearable art – Upcycle your clothes with your embroideries

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    Have you ever made an embroidery that you feel very proud to have finished? But instead of putting it on display, the work quickly gets protected in a drawer to not get…

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  • Hygge Embroidery on knitting

    Hygge Everywhere at Anytime

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    Have you heard of Hygge? In simple translation, Hygge is a Danish and Norwegian word that means a quality of cosiness, feeling of contentment and well-being. But the word goes much deeper…

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  • Upcycle your denim shirt with hand embroidery

    Upcycle Your Denim Shirt

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    Are you on the look for a fun diy project and something new for your wardrobe? All at a minimum cost? Then you are in the right place! Because this article will…

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  • transfer an embroidery pattern to fabric

    How to transfer an embroidery pattern to fabric?

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    To transfer an embroidery pattern to fabric can be done in several ways. Some common transfer techniques include carbon paper, water soluble pen, iron-on pen, solvy paper and friction pen. You will…

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