Miniature embroidery month – learn all about the tiny embroidery
Miniature embroidery has a fascination about it, doesn’t it? So many things can fit into such a tiny hoop. It opens the door to a whole new world of possibilities. Especially for jewelry, miniature embroidery plays a big role. You can make pendants, rings, earrings, or medallions – whatever your imagination can think of.
September is all about miniature embroidery
With tutorials all around miniature embroidery, mini hoops, how-to’s and free patterns all you have to do is take your supplies and get started. If you want to give miniature embroidery a try, this is the month to start. I’ll update the lists below when new tutorials and freebies are available:
- How to finish mini hoops.
- How to finish mini embroidery in a pendant.
- More ways to finish miniature embroidery.
- How to make a water melon embroidery necklace.
- The no-sew mini hoop
- 6+ amazing mini hoop shops
- Review: 3 mini hoops
The free Sunday pattern
Who doesn’t like getting something for free, right? If you are yet on the fence if miniature embroidery is something for you, try out one of the free miniature designs coming this month. Yes, you heard that correctly. Every Sunday of September you can download a free pattern for a mini embroidery design for your personal use. The perfect opportunity to get started with mini hoops!
Sunday pattern number 1: the ocean sunset
Sunday pattern number 2: Autumn Leaves
Sunday pattern number 3: I love dogs
Sunday pattern number 4: blooming cactus
10×10 mini embroidery patterns
If you follow me on Instagram you will see a lot of mini embroidery during the next weeks. In the past months, the stitching fever got me and the crazy idea to make one hundred mini patterns evolved. The 100 patterns are divided into 10 sets of 10 patterns, that release during the next weeks one by one. You can get them individually or as a set of 10.
Also, the new mini patterns come with a brand new layout with even more info on how to make the pattern than any of my previous patterns did. They include all the info you need to transfer and stitch the pattern (including stitch tutorials) and two step-by-step tutorials on how to finish your mini embroidery in a mini hoop or a bezel to use as jewelry. What is a bezel? It’s something like this where the back is closed from the start.
You can’t imagine how excited I am with this new project and I can’t wait for you to see them!