Whether you are a beginner of embroidery or just thrilled to try out a new style, we’ve got what you need! Our greatest mission is to get you creating. Thus, we hope these free resources inspire you to pick up a needle and get stitching.
Scroll down and find our video stitch library, free pattern, Youtube, embroidery blog, useful articles and recommended materials!
Video stitch library
In our video stitch library called “Going Knots“, you find close up videos of all the stitch techniques you need. This includes: Backstitch, Straight stitch, Satin stitch (double and single), Split stitch and French knot. Additionally, you will also fine a video on material recommendations, as well as a free pattern.
Every Monday we upload a new Youtube video to inspire and help you explore your creativity. In addition to inspirational and motivational content, you will find a wide range of hands-on tutorials.
Whether you wish to explore how to embroider your clothes, architectural designs, or even create your own patterns, this is a great place to start.
We continuously update our blog with new articles about embroidery and creativity at large. Below are the two most recent posts.
It has only been a few weeks since Charles began to experiment with how to embroider on tulle. If you’ve…
Embroidered lettering might be one of the most common forms of embroidery through both ancient and modern history. I remember…
Before you have to commit to any of our patterns for sale, we want to gift you a free architectural embroidery design. It’s inspired by Rue Galande in Paris, which is located just next by Notre Dame in the centre of the French Capital.
Many of the most frequently asked questions are related to the materials we use for our embroidery work. Thus, we have partnered with our favourite material supplier Cloud Craft i the UK (worldwide shipping).
Have you ever heard of the concept Less is more? When it comes to embroidery many think it’s the number of techniques that determine the level of expertise.
We believe and practise the opposite. Here is our most useful article that shows you the only seven stitches that you will ever need! We believe that it’s not the amount of techniques, but rather how you creatively combine and use the few.