Friday Freebie – Hand Embroidery

We are continuing our Friday Freebie for the next couple of weeks. This week it’s all about hand embroidery and what a beautiful art form it is. Hand embroidery is a great way to practice hand sewing for use in couture sewing and other areas. These books are all about hand embroidery for the beginner to advanced.

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Books

  • Colorful Stitchery: 65 Projects to Personalize Your Home by Kristin Nicholas
  • How To Embroider by Susie Johns
  • For the Love of Hand Stitching with Jan Constantine
  • The Embroidered Garden by Kazuko Aoki
  • The Hand Embroidered Haven by Megan Frock

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To enter in today’s giveaway answer the question: Do you hand embroider? What do you like about hand embroidery, what are your favorite things to embroidery. Or, comment on anything about hand embroidery. One winner will be announced at the next Friday Freebie! And, our winners from the last Friday Freebie are Amanda C and Watkins. I will be in touch with you shortly to tell you how to claim your prize.

Thanks for joining and making comments!

 

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I write for the Sew News and Creative Machine Embroidery blogs. I love sewing, vintage and would love to get a comment from you!
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12 Responses to Friday Freebie – Hand Embroidery

  1. Jill M says:

    I haven’t done a lot of embroidery but I have seen embroidery on neutral toile fabric which I would love to try!

  2. Chelle Chapman says:

    I LOVE any “hand embroidery”! From cross stitch, ribbon embroidery, really anything that involves a hoop, needle & thread, y’all can count me in!! I would give my left foot for a “sewing bee”, “circle”, “group”, ANYTHING!! I just love to sit & sew, stitch, mend & converse w/ others who get as much of a kick outta this sort of thing as I do!! Thanks for this giveaway & Good Luck to ALL Y’all Fellow Stitchers!!

  3. Joy-Anna Barr says:

    I love hand embroidery. I first learned through cross stitch samplers that my mom taught me. I soon surpass her skill and started in counting cross stitch which I still enjoy today. I was taught how to quilt by my mother-in-law. With my embroidery skills I found it fun and quite easy. I love that I can embroidery patterns on my quilts not only does it hold them together but it adds a touch of beauty to it.

  4. Shirley M says:

    I like hand embroidery. I have done cross stitch, embroidered quilt blocks and done silk ribbon embroidery. I especially like to embroidery with silk thread. I like especially making garden type sceneries with trees, flowers, ect. Thank you for the giveaway.

  5. Anita H says:

    Hand embroidery was my first crafting addiction. My mom taught me counted cross stitch when I was really young and I’ve just recently picked it back up in the last couple years. I love the small details and precision of stitches you can get with hand embroidery.

  6. Susan C says:

    I found your blog because I was searching for information on hand embroidery. My daughter loves making her own medication carriers and I want to hand embroider some things on them for her.

  7. Andie Letourneau says:

    Hand embroidery is very relaxing and easy to take along when traveling. I’ve done a lot of cross stitch & blackwork over the years.

  8. MelodyJ says:

    I want to learn how to hand embroider.

  9. Peggy A says:

    I love to embroider by hand. I find it very relaxing. Quilt blocks and table linens are my favorite projects.

  10. Janie says:

    I love to hand embroider. It is relaxing, and so easy to do. You can take it anywhere, and create numerous projects. I enjoy embroidering flowers, but as of late I have been embroidering dandelions! Thank you for the great giveaway.

  11. rhonna jerauld says:

    i love hand embroidery! especially when i need a little change from sewing, a really affordable project, or something portable. thanks for the giveaway!

  12. Deb S. says:

    I have never done any hand embroidery, but I think I would like to start with counted cross-stitch.