The next round of embroidery stitch tutorials is out in the stitch lexicon. This time it's the following embroidery stitches:
Click on the names above to go directly to the stitch tutorial.And here is what the 3 triangles for round 4 look like! If you would like to practice these stitches, too, come participate in the triangle sampler project over at Patreon! Every other week there is a new set of 3 triangles which we stitch together and share. ...
The next set of tutorials is finished. This time it's from a variety of stitch families to mix things up a bit. There are 2 evergreens in it - the satin stitch and the french knot. Then 2 twists on classic stitches - the twisted chain stitch and the looped running stitch. Aaaaand a special stitch - la mouche. La mouche means the fly in french and I could not find an english name for it yet, but it's such a cute name for a cute stitch, that I'll leave it at this for now.
If you would like to practice these stitches, come participate in the triangle sampler project over at Patreon! Every other week there is a new set of 3 triangles which we stitch together and share.
Today I have something very special talk about. During the last months my focus changed from designing patterns to making more embroidery tutorials. I believe in the power of knowledge being accessible for everyone. However, I, too have to pay bills and making free tutorials sadly is not going to do that. The working hours I have are reserved for making new designs and organzing my pattern business. I would love to dedicate much more time to the teaching aspect of embroidery, but this is only possible if I get payed for my tutorials. There is the cat biting it's tail. On one side I want free access for all of you but then I would have to limit the access by placing a price tag on it.
Luckily there is a simple solution for this: Patreon.
Patreon is a platform similiar to Kickstarter where you can support your artist of choice......