Learn about Stephanie’s unique embroidery journal, her favourite icons, how she stays motivated throughout the year, & more in the first issue of A Stitch a Day.
Ever thought about taking up an embroidery journal but wanted to do something a bit different? These embroiderers journal by using a needle & thread, but do things their own way. You’ll see small embroidery hoops, word based journals, book journals, and even some unusual layouts.
A new companion to my Cross Stitch Reading Goal Tracker Patterns is now available. It’s a spreadsheet that tracks the books you read, their genre, rating, & more.
Congratulations on finishing an embroidery piece! Now, let’s get started on getting it finished in an embroidery hoop. It may seem tricky, but I promise you – it’s not at all! Do you like this embroidery pattern? You can find it as a kit in my Etsy shop. Supplies Step 1 Place your embroidery pieceContinue reading “How to Finish an Embroidery Piece in a Hoop”
Are you considering starting an embroidery journal in 2024? Well, I’m looking for your input when it comes to creating my 2024 embroidery journal kits. Plus, who doesn’t love a community poll? A bit of background: if you’re unaware, an embroidery journal is a form of daily journaling where everyday you will embroidery an iconContinue reading “It’s Your Choice: The 2024 Embroidery Journal Kit Poll”
Using a mini embroidery hoop isn’t as hard as it may seem. In this post, I take you through the process of how to do it. PLUS, get 3 free embroidery patterns!
Taking on a new hobby like embroidery can seem a bit overwhelming at first. As a self-taught embroiderer, let me share some of the tips and tricks that I’ve picked up along the way.
Have an interest in data analysis? Well then, let’s take the icons from your embroidery journal and translate that into your own pie chart!
Looking to put a new lease on an old shirt? Follow along as I guide you on how to embroider your own design on an article of clothing.
Have you ever considered making a cross stitch bookmark? Well it’s easier than you’d think! With a limited number of materials, you can make your own.