Learning how to embroider can be a great idea for quilt makers. Mastering some simple embroidery stitches can open up exciting new possibilities. Incorporating embroidery designs into quilts has become very popular and there are many wonderful quilt designs on the market that showcase both hand embroidery and quilting skills. Because I personally enjoy hand work, hand embroidery is often featured in many of my quilt designs. You can take a peek at some of them here.
Knowing where to start, however, can seem very daunting, especially if you have not picked up a needle and thread in a long time. But don’t worry, help is here. Learning how to embroider does not have to be difficult or frustrating. In fact learning can be easy when you watch over the shoulder of an expert. Over the next few weeks I hope to share some light on hand embroidery. Michele and I have some exciting ideas in the pipeline that you are sure to enjoy.
So let’s get started with learning some hand embroidery basics. And to make learning easy, I have a┬ávideo to share with you. Here’s what you’ll discover:
- Which size of embroidery hoop is best
- How to separate embroidery thread/floss
- Which needle is best for hand embroidery
- How to attach an embroidery hoop
- How to work Back stitch
- How to finish off your threads at the back.
Discover the tips and secrets that will enable you to tackle your next embroidery project with ease.
Play the “how to embroider” video below to find out the basics to hand embroidery.
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