I love doing seasonal embroidery patterns that I can offer my followers for FREE! This pattern is perfect for the Fall season! This pattern is beginner friendly and would be super fun to do yourself, or with kids at home! STEP 1: GATHER YOUR MATERIALS To create this hoop, you will need: your Thread Unraveled […]
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I’ve always loved embroidering daisies. But getting to wear them on my shirt is just so exciting to me! What’s better than art you can wear??! This daisy pocket t-shirt is just what I need in my wardrobe! It is perfect for basically all seasons of the year, but I am especially excited to wear […]
I created this hoop to remind me to be positive and to pass along good vibes to those I come in contact with. I am not perfect at it, but I try. I made this design into a pattern so that others could embroider it for themselves and have this reminder to pass along positivity.
Sometimes I feel like giving gifts is extremely difficult. How can you let someone you love know how much you care for them by giving them a gift? Sometimes that task feels impossible. Whenever I feel like no gift could possibly be enough to express what I want it to, I turn to making something […]
I love puns! Don’t we all love them? I mean, they’re punny, cheesy, and they just make you smile. Here are 3 beginner friendly food pun embroidery patterns.
I have always loved daisies. When I was little, my mom, sisters, and I would frequently watch the movie “You’ve Got Mail” together. Because of that movie, I decided from a young age that daisies are my favorite flower. If you don’t know what I’m talking about, then you’re missing out and you need to […]
Embroidering is fun and relaxing, but before you can begin, you need to get the pattern onto your fabric. There are different methods you can use to transfer your embroidery pattern, but I am going to explain the simplest way: TRACING. The following steps will teach you how to transfer your pattern onto your fabric, […]
The brick stitch, also known as the long and short stitch, is usually used to fill in large areas of space. It is known as the brick stitch because the pattern of stitches looks like laid bricks. This stitch can look intimidating, but it really is pretty simple. The trick to successfully creating the brick […]
The fishbone stitch can be used in several ways, but it is usually used to embroider leaves. I love the texture of this stitch. It makes leaves look realistic and dimensional. Below is a video tutorial for embroidering the fishbone stitch! I love to use the fishbone stitch in my embroidery patterns! Some of my […]
The lazy daisy stitch is often used for flowers, Specifically daisy-type flowers, hence its name. It can also be used to create leaves and other petal-like shapes. I find that I use this stitch a lot. Once you know how to do it, you probably will too! Below is a video tutorial for embroidering the […]