Karli Ingle, also known as Krafty Karli, has quite the unique embroidery journal. Everytime she finishes reading a book, she embroiders a book on her bookshelf depicting that book. Each shelf represents a different genre from top to bottom: Poetry & Non-Fiction, Mystery & Thriller, Romance, Fantasy, Magical Realism, and Fantasy overflow. On top of reading, Karli also teaches and practices an abundance of hobbies – it’s a wonder that she has time to update her book journal as well!
If you’re looking for interesting embroidery journal layouts, then look no further as Jess Blauwkamp is ahead of the curve in creating her unique and creative formats. Over the past two years, she has created some of the most unique designs that I’ve seen online to date. This year, she’s going with a stunning colour coded flowing layout that’s difficult to look away from! Genuinely, I don’t know how Jess has time for it all given the amount of activities she is participating in, whether it be teaching her students, attending robotics competitions, or even entering her work in art fairs!
Minnesota native Jaclyn Nigon uses embroidery journaling as a creative hobby to capture daily life and cherished memories. She embroiders icons depicting state parks, family activities, and memorable events from her life into her journal. This creative exercise lets her reflect on her days, grow her creative skills, and document life moments.
When you think of a Jack of all trades, you might think of Jane Stedman going forward. Not only does she excel in embroidery, but she’s also enjoys learning the ins and outs of a variety of other crafts, some even represented on her beautiful 2023 Embroidery Journal. With a unique layout and a variety of things represented her journal, you’ll surely be captivated by Jane’s interview.
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.
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”
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!
It’s never too late to start an embroidery journal or even just to get caught up on your existing one. Read this post to read up on some suggestions.
In keeping an embroidery journal over the past few years, I’ve experienced a couple of bad days. While it may take time on decided what the icon should actually be, I don’t tend to shy away from representing these days on my embroidery journal.