You’ve probably modified sewing and craft projects to suit yourself, tweaking the proportions or adding embellishments to make it your own. You can do the same thing with embroidery designs using your computer.
Jackie Robinson is a quilt-maker, not an embroiderer . . . until one of her Benartex fabrics was digitized! Jackie shares some of her adventures with embroidering samples for her Father Frost collection for Every Stitch Counts.
Would you believe Pam Varner created the artwork for this shadow box on her embroidery machine? She did!
In this “Hooping for the Best” video, Kay Hickman demonstrates best practices for perfect embroidery on towels. The same tips apply to applique, too!
Use an embroidery to draw and paint? You bet! It can also cut stencils for making your own iron-on crystal designs!
Karen Ann Betts, one of our WeAllSew readers, sent photos of the beautiful Christening gown she’s making for her granddaughter. Lovely!
Take a tour of Tokyo with Diane Gloystein and discover fiber arts inspiration throughout the city – from trendy teens and anime art to high tech fabrics and experimental design.