Mistakes happen sometimes! And at the end of the day, all you can do is have a laugh and make fun of yourself.
Are you about to get married, making a big move, or even just looking for a different way to make your embroidery journal personal to yourself? Well then I have some ideas for you.
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.
Looking to start your very own embroidery journal? I’ve put together a guide on some ideas for stitching your own daily icons that you might not have considered.
You’ve asked so you shall receive – it’s time to touch on one of the most complicated aspects of starting up an embroidery journal: evenly spacing out icons.
I promise you that dividing your embroidery journal month by month isn’t as difficult as it seems. It’s easy enough that I created a step-by-step guide to walk you through it!
Learn about why I took on an Embroidery Journal in 2020 and my thoughts throughout the year.