Machine Embroidery
Hey metallic embroidery fans, here's something to be excited about — you can stitch the coolest (and shiniest) projects around thanks to one key tool: Angelina.
Debbie Henry
Whether you're DIYing your decor or gifting to your loved ones, it's easy to stitch some warm and fuzzy feelings this Valentine's Day. These patterns have so much love to give, you'll have trouble choosing just one.
Debbie Henry
Reasons to love crazy patch embroidery: it's fun, colorful and uses your fabric scraps. Not to mention it's so simple to make, thanks to embroidery machines.
Debbie Henry
One of the most important (and overlooked) aspects about machine embroidery is often invisible to everyone but the person stitching. That's right, we're talking about the stabilizer. Because using the correct one makes all the difference between a beautiful piece and something that looks poorly made.
Marjorie Busby
Cutwork embroidery is a technique commonly used on linens to give decorative flair. It's similar to appliqué, but instead of adding fabric you trim it away. Doing so leaves open areas that are finished with satin stitch.
Debbie Henry
Sew
If you're like us, your closet is likely littered with clothes that no longer fit, items that just aren't your style anymore, or things you simply forgot you had. But before you Marie Kondo the place and throw everything out, stop and ask yourself: Can I upcycle this? We bet the answer is yes — here are a few fun ways to get started.
Bluprint
Expand on your machine embroidery skills and go beyond the basics with specialty embroidery techniques such as cutwork, freestanding organza, 3D lace, paper embroidery and embossed designs. Along the way, Sara will show you how to create fun projects including an in-the-hoop sunglass case, sweet stuffies, embroidered earrings and patches, a butterfly shadowbox, floral sachets and much more.
Sara Gallegos
Sara Gallegos
A beautiful embroidered or quilted piece is a work of art — and that's a proven fact (just ask Sotheby's). But before you can get started on your own masterpiece you need to choose your thread. Here are a few pointers.
Debbie Henry
You've invested in a machine and now it's staring you in the face. Here's the must-have 411 for everyone who's discovering machine embroidery for the first time. Stitchers, rev your engines!
Debbie Henry
Master design skills to create beautiful machine embroidery on your favorite denim garments.
Katrina Walker
Katrina Walker
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