Machine Embroidery, Hand-Stitched Looks
Machine Embroidery, Hand-Stitched Looks
Terry White
Use your sewing machine to add charming designs that look handmade! Terry White teaches you how to duplicate a wide variety of hand-embroidered stitches.
Curiously Similar
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Go beyond automated embroidery designs. Let Terry White teach you how to free-motion embroider on either a sewing or embroidery machine.
Terry White
Terry White
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Make the most of your sewing machine and turn simple stitches into gorgeous adornments for your quilts!
Lynda Faires
Lynda Faires
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Create inspired machine embroidery with surprising special effects! Experiment with foam, trapunto, fringe, faux fur, crystals and more.
Deborah Jones
Deborah Jones

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