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!
Working on my embroidery journal throughout 2020 and 2021 has absolutely helped me throughout these tough years. My journal has been there for so many big events and I’d like to be able to help you do the same, and in doing so, you’ll need supplies.
I’m back with more Instagram Story Games to get your followers involved! This time, I’ve focused on general crafts; journaling, painting, sewing, it covers it all!
I created four free and fun needlework games to play in your Instagram stories. Click on the link to see the games and to download them too!
I love a good needle minder. They’re the perfect little accessory for your work in progress project. It would seem like making a needle minder would be a difficult task, but it’s not too difficult if you have the correct tools.
So you’ve finished an embroidery project, how exciting! One of your last steps is backing your hoop. It can be a bit off putting to do, but let’s make it a bit easier on you. Once you get the process down, it can actually be quick and enjoyable.