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DIY embroidery designs

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for DIY embroidery designs. Get inspired and try out new things.
This graphic features different types of embroidery stitches with names on each photo. There are hundreds of different stitches, but these are some of the most common! Click the link to learn how to embroider each one of them.

This graphic features different types of embroidery stitches with names on each photo. There are hundreds of different stitches, but these are some of the most common! Click the link to learn how to embroider each one of them.

The easiest way to transfer an embroidery pattern is so simple - you just print, peel, stick, stitch, and wash away! Check out the details, in this post. #embroidery #handembroidery

The easiest way to transfer an embroidery pattern is so simple - you just print, peel, stick, stitch, and wash away! Check out the details, in this post. #embroidery #handembroidery

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If you're a beginner at stitching, you might get confused why some artists use less number of strands, and the others more. What is the big deal? What is the difference at all? Can I work a pattern designed for using 6 strands, with 1 strand? And can I work a pattern design for 1-2 strands of thread, using 6 strands? Let's take it one step at a time :) Related posts: 10 tips for hand embroidery beginners Top 10 beginner mistakes in hand embroidery How many strands should I use? There is no…