Home Decor Embroidery Projects
  • Sara shares her tips for creating a log cabin block in the hoop for a fun throw pillow. You'll love how quickly this block comes together!
  • Clear vinyl can give your embroidery project a unique look. In this episode, Sara shares how to work with this unusual material to create a one-of-a-kind small pillow.
  • Do you ever feel like you can't possibly hang another frame in your house? The next time you want to display a special photo, think outside the box and inside the hoop! Transfer the image to fabric, hoop it up and add three-dimensional details with a little embroidery floss.
    Bluprint
  • Everywhere we look, hoops are going green — literally! The #PlantLady trend has made it into the embroidery world, and we couldn’t be more excited about it. (Especially those of us who aren’t the best at remembering to water the real deal.)
    Noa Aga
  • If you've been loving the embroidery trend, now's the time to show off those stitches for the holidays! These ornaments from Jessica Long of Namaste Embroidery (and our Modern Hand Embroidery class!) use beginner-friendly stitches to create adorable sparkly samplers that look great on your tree or wreath.
    Jessica Long
  • You'll make a bold contemporary pillow as you learn raw edge techniques, adding a contrasting band and border and envelope-style pillow back.
  • You could embroider "home sweet home" on a hoop, but we'll leave that to our grandmas. On the other hand, stitching this whole neighborhood of adorable little dwellings is a project we'll gladly take on ourselves.
    Kristen Valencia
  • A freestanding lace ornament cover makes the perfect holiday gift for a friend or even just for yourself. Sara will share how to create a simple cover for ornaments that can easily be removed and placed on any ornament of your choice.
  • Sara will share her tips on creating a beautiful butterfly embroidery that gets framed and gives a shadow box effect.
  • Embroidery on silk can be tricky, but have no fear: Sara will show you how to embroider on silk to create this wonderful in-the-hoop potpourri sachet.
  • Kids will jump up and down for this adorable Easter Bunny candy holder. Created in the hoop, this embroidered holder is the perfect gift for any Easter basket.
A traditional Japanese needlework technique, sashiko was originally used for repairs and reinforcements. But today it's getting lots of love for its decorative power.
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