Embroidery Love

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Embroidery…

At Sally’s Angelworks, embroidery is a staple, a mainstay on most projects.

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I love to use embroidery for scripture memory. I also love to find the perfect quote to put on a pillow or quilt.

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How can you even start to learn about embroidery?

Super easy! Here are some sources for you to learn how to embroider:

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Two books I LOVE when it comes to embroidery are Rebecca Ringquist’s Embroidery Workshops (thanks, Tiff!!!) and Aneela Hoey’s Little Stitches.

I don’t really want to reinvent the wheel when there is soooo much out there about this gorgeous craft. So if you’d like to learn how to embroider, check out this simple video that goes through all of the steps of hand embroidery: Hobby Lobby’s Embroidery Basics

What about transferring your pattern onto your fabric?

Let’s do it!!

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Here’s a video that shows how to transfer a pattern onto your fabric:

Shiny Happy World embroidery pattern transfer

I usually just simply use a pencil and a light box to trace my text patterns onto my fabric.

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Here is my first embroidery pattern for sale: Only $1!!!

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my Anchor Snack Mat pattern

Below are links to three of my FREE embroidery patterns:

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Let Her Sleep Triptych Pattern

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Let’s Go On An Adventure Mini Pattern

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The Names of the Lord Text Pattern

If you are interested in more intricate details about embroidery, if you’d like to take a class locally in embroidery, or you have any questions, please email me at sally@sallysangelworks.com.

Blessings!

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