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.
January 2022 started off on a bit of a low note, follow along as I share my most memorable moments of the year via my embroidery journal
On January 1st 2020, I stitched my very first icon on my first embroidery journal. It’s time to catch you up on what I’ve been doing over these past few years.
2021 has been a lot of things. It’s been exhausting, bittersweet, and even gloomy, but it’s also been filled with joy, nervous excitement, and exhilaration. I’ve experienced so much throughout 2021 and my journal has captured it all. It’s seen multiple jobs, an international move, a new relationship, and so much more. Read on to learn more about what happened throughout my year.
Back in early August, I left my friends and family behind in order to move to the U.K. This week I made another big jump…
So I closed my Etsy shop, but not without having a good reason for doing so! And boy, did I do something BIG.
Learn about why I took on an Embroidery Journal in 2020 and my thoughts throughout the year.