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Reproducing digital artwork in embroidery isn't hard if you follow these simple steps. I'll show you how using the fffffatlab text. These and more are available for purchase in the fffffat etsy shop.Materials and tools:fabric on which to embroiderembroidery flossembroidery hoopembroidery needlefabric for backing (optional)sewing machine (optional)if using dark or opaque fabric the following are also needed:paperballpoint penchalk or conti crayon

Sad fact: I have never seen real cherry blossoms. You don’t find them so much here in the Midwest and I have never been out east mid-spring when they are blossoming. But one day we will time it right. One day. Actually, years ago, I dragged a friend into lunch at the famous Pool Room…

Make a very tall and extra room storage tower complete with modern style doors! These DIY plans will add lots of storage to your space. Can be made with glass doors too! Full free plans you can follow to make your own. Use as a closet or closet divider by adding closet rods to the outside for a chic wardrobe

Recently I've been sewing cosplays for a future event, and realised, "Hey, if I take photos whilst I make this, I can post a tutorial!" Radical idea, huh? ;) So after a long (long long long) break, yo

Mason jar potpourri ~ Original inspiration from Livin' the Crunchy Life This was customized for a baby shower, incorporating Baby Girl's name. Half-pint jars - baking soda, sage, 15-20 drops of essential oil; eucalyptus, lavendar, and mint, using different colored fabric to differentiate. With the fabric, cut out 4x4 squares with pinking shears. Place over top, secure the lid and poke holes with a sewing needle. Voila! They make great gifts and are so easily customized. Enjoy!

With some simple, offset straight stitches, you can easily add ombre to your embroidery projects; the application of this technique has endless possibilities.

Embroidery Dutch Row houses finished. Wonderful embroidery!!!!! Love these colors. They are always refreshing to gaze upon. By Creative Jewish Mom.com

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