Embroidery

   

Embroidery is the age old art or handicraft of decorating fabric or other materials with designs stitched in strands of thread or yarn using a needle. Embroidery also may incorporate other materials such as metal strips, pearls, beads, quills, and sequins. Machine embroidery is created by using a specialized machine that can read a computerized design to automatically create a stitched design.

 

History - How To Make Embroidery Stitches - Instructions - Online Tools - Blackwork - Patterns - Projects

Embroidery Historical Information

Jacobean Embroidery, Its Forms and Fillings

How To Make Embroidery Stitches

Backstitch

Braid Stitch

Buttonhole Stitch

Cable Chain Stitch

Chain Stitch

Feather Stitch

French Knot

Knotted Chain Stitch

Long and Short Stitch

Overcast Stitch

Satin Stitch

Split Stitch

Stem Stitch

Embroidery Techniques and Instruction

Blackwork Stitches Tutorial

Embroidery Hoop Tutorial

Embroidery Tools You Will Need

How to Make Beaded Embroidery

Ribbon Embroidery Tutorial

Embroidery Online Information Guides

Directory Of Stitches For Embroidery and Needlework

Keeping Your Embroidery Work Clean

Stitch Diagrams

Blackwork Embroidery

6 Blackwork Designs

3 Leaf Borders in Blackwork

6 Pocket Needlebook

4 Blackwork Braid Patterns

Three Spring Borders Blackwork Embroidery Pattern

Acorns, Roses, Grapes, Dafodils Blackwork Patterns

Embroidery Patterns

Alphabet Charts

Embroidery Projects

Cyber Sampler

Mini Sock

Needlepoint Pattern Series

Poppy Vest

Tea For Two

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The oldest embroidery works still in existence date back to the Middle Ages when embroidery was often used in ecclesiastical vestments as well as clothing.

When not stitching remove your work from the hoop or release the tension on a scroll frame. This will help prevent hoop marks and allow the fabric to relax.

Don't carry threads across the back for long distances. Also avoid passing thread across unworked areas.

Try a little hydrogen peroxide on a Q-tip, to remove rust spots left by needles


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