Have you ever tried embroidery? It’s not hard, but there is a technique to it. There’s a great post on how to embroider at Instructables. Though, there is always the option to do loose handstitching, which is not quite as technical – and there’s no rhyme or reason, which is nice for loosey-goosey types! Whichever your preference, embroidery adds a pretty touch to home decor, fashion and other craft items. A perfect example is this hand stitched bag. Previously boring, embroidery turned it to fabulous! Are you interested in adding some accents to your items? Click through the jump to see more!
Stitched Love 1 of 9Show your love by embroidering a fake carving on wood fabric.
Get the instructions at Thirty Handmade Days
Button Display 2 of 9Get a very unique piece of art by creating a pretty outline for displaying buttons.
Find out how it was done at Doe C Doe
Unique Clock 3 of 9Stretch a piece of fabric on a canvas, add a clock movement - then embroider the numbers and cute little details.
See how it was done at Prudent Baby
Stuffed Donkey 4 of 9With a bit of fabric and some embroidery thread, you can create a cute little softie.
Learn how this was made at Beauty All Around
Birch Pendant 5 of 9This pendant is made from white silk ribbon stitched with embroidery thread onto a burlap background.
Visit the post bstudio
No Place Like Home 6 of 9Capture all the places you've lived with this cute piece of wall art.
Find the instructions at Little Miss Momma
Embroidery Silhouette 7 of 9Capture family silhouettes with this simple tutorial.
Get the step-by-step at Bubby & Bean
Handstitched Hat 8 of 9Sew some cute upcycled hats and then add a fun accent with embroidery thread.
Learn how to make one at I Am Momma Hear Me Roar
Cute Whale 9 of 9Create an applique and then hand stitch to accent.
See how it was done at My Sparkle
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